A New Jersey man who drove into a woman crossing Graham Avenue and Broadway in East Williamsburg Friday has been charged with manslaughter and driving while intoxicated, police said.

Around 12:45 p.m. Friday, Lakierdra Thomas, 32, was crossing Graham Avenue in the crosswalk when she was struck by Uri Hochberg, 47, of Edison, New Jersey, who was driving a gray 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee westbound on Broadway and made a right onto Graham, NYPD said.

His vehicle dragged Thomas about 77 feet before he stopped the Jeep, police said.

Thomas, of Williamsburg, was taken to Woodhull Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Hochberg was due to be arraigned in Brooklyn criminal court Saturday, according to the Daily News.

Thomas is the latest in a number of fatal car collisions this week in Brooklyn -- on Wednesday, a Red Hook man was killed by a hit-and-run driver on Wednesday at Hamilton Avenue and Court Street in Brooklyn, and 6-year-old Shimon Fried was killed by the driver of a school bus in South Williamsburg.