A driver fatally struck a 71-year-old landlord in Dyker Heights last night, according to police. Witnesses say they heard the driver say, "This is the second time this happened to me," after striking the pedestrian.

The NYPD says the unidentified victim was crossing 13th Avenue near 83rd Street in the neighborhood at around 7 p.m. last night when the 32-year-old, who was headed southbound on 13th Avenue in a Toyota Sienna, struck him. When EMS arrived at the scene, they found the victim had suffered head and body trauma. He was transported to Maimonides Medical Center and pronounced dead, according to police.

Cops say the driver, identified by the Daily News as Solomon Brach, remained at the scene. The News reports that the driver told bystanders, "I'm sorry, I made a mistake. This is the second time this happened to me."

The victim was reportedly a landlord on his way to sign a lease.

"I went upstairs and heard a crash. I look out the window, I see the guy is laying down in the street," witness Mohammad Hallack told the News. "I went outside, I see him on the ground. The blood is running like crazy."

An NYPD spokesperson said no arrests have been made, but the investigation is ongoing.