SARASOTA -- A 59-year-old Sarasota man was killed at 11:35 a.m. Sunday while crossing Myrtle Street, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
A 1997 Toyota Tercel driven by a 20-year-old Sarasota man was westbound on Myrtle Street east of the intersection with Goodrich Avenue, according to the FHP report.
Malcom Bruton was on the south shoulder of Myrtle Street at the intersection with Goodrich Avenue and began crossing Myrtle Street in front of Toyota, which caused the front-left corner of car to strike him, according to FHP.
The Toyota stopped on Myrtle Street facing eastbound. The victim came to final rest on Myrtle Street in between the east and westbound lanes, according to FHP.
No alcohol use by the driver is suspected by FHP, which reported it is unknown if alcohol played a part for the pedestrian.
No charges were filed, according to FHP.