A pedestrian died in the hospital after a car struck him in Bristol, Connecticut, Friday night, moments after he parked his car on the road.
Police identified the pedestrian as Ronald S. Perille Jr., 27, of Bristol.
Police responded to the area of 611 Wolcott Road on Friday at 9:24 p.m. to investigate a serious crash involving a pedestrian. Perille Jr. parked his 2009 Cadillac CTS along the western portion of Wolcott Street (Route 69) and was walking east on the road when Sara Hubeny, 31, of Terryville, ran into him in her 2010 Mercedes-Benz in the northbound lane before Tunxis Road, police said in a news release.
Bristol police and paramedics provided medical care to Perille Jr. and brought him to Bristol Hospital, where he died of his injuries from the crash shortly after his arrival police said.
Hubeny was not injured in the crash and Perille Jr.'s Cadillac was not damaged, police said.
Police have not made an arrest at this time.
Bristol Police Department's Serious Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team (START) is investigating the crash. Police ask anyone with information on the crash to contact the department's traffic division at 860-584-3030.