Rochester Police are waiting to notify family before releasing the name of the man killed in a fatal accident Thursday morning.
Police said a man in his 50's was hit while crossing Seneca Avenue in Rochester just after 10 am.
They said a woman in her 20's was driving on Seneca Avenue towards the red light when she hit that man.
Police said he was crouched in the road but they are unsure why.
A passing driver says the man was carrying bags and she doesn't think the driver saw him.
The witness says she tried to alert the driver by yelling but says the woman didn't hear the warning.
"What I saw was him trying to stand up and he was in front of the car, stood up and didn't get eye level and I saw here hit him it was terrible," said Vicki Pealo, a witness.
"The pedestrian was pinned under the vehicle for a short time. We had an officer on scene within minutes the pedestrian succumbed to his injuries," said Sgt. Justin Collins, Rochester Police.
Rochester Police have not charged the driver.
They say they believe this was just an accident but are continuing the investigation.
Police say it's unknown if the man had a medical condition or something else that caused him to crouch in the road.