Four pedestrians were struck, one fatally, in two separate accidents Friday in Philadelphia.
The fatal accident occurred at 9:07 p.m. on the 6100 block of Wayne Avenue in Germantown.
Police said Douglas Russell, 77, who lived on the block, walked out into the street from between two parked vehicles and was struck by a 2004 Subaru Legacy driven by an 80-year-old woman whose identity was not released.
Witnesses flagged down police, who performed CPR on Russell. Medics took him to Albert Einstein Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 9:57, according to police.
No charges have been filed, and an investigation continues, police said.
Earlier, at 10:50 a.m., at Yale Place and Pennypack Street in the Northeast, a 2015 silver Dodge Grand Caravan was traveling east on Pennypack Street when it struck three men — ages 44, 48, and 52 — who were securing a pickup truck that was to be towed away, police said.
Two of the men were taken to Aria Torresdale Hospital, one with head trauma and multiple abrasions, the other with a broken right arm, broken right leg, and multiple abrasions. The third man had abrasions and complained of ankle and left-side pain but declined to go to the hospital, police said.
The driver of the Caravan was a 28-year-old woman. The vehicle, owned by Resources for Human Development in Philadelphia, sustained damage to the passenger-side windshield and front bumper, police said.
Charges are pending further investigation, police said.