Orlando, FL (February 1, 2019) - A pedestrian is dead following a crash on Silver Star Road in Orlando. The crash occurred on Friday, February 1 around 5:30 am.
Police responded to the crash site near the John Young Parkway in reference to the incident. Officers said that the pedestrian was hit by a Chevy pickup truck. The driver of the Chevy remained at the scene following the collision. The pedestrian was not in a crosswalk when he was struck. Police have not released the pedestrian's identity pending notification of his next-of-kin.
Both directions of Silver Star Road as police worked at the scene. The roadway later reopened and traffic flow resumed to normal. No further information is currently available.
Our condolences go out to the family of the pedestrian affected by this tragic crash in Orlando.
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