A driver who allegedly struck and killed a 65-year-old pedestrian in Harlem yesterday morning has been arrested for vehicular manslaughter and DWI.

According to the NYPD, 23-year-old Prince Julien struck Willie Zachary with his 2009 Honda Accord as Zachary was attempting to cross St. Nicholas Avenue between 131st Street and 132nd at around 10 a.m. Julien, a resident of Canarsie, remained at the scene after the collision.

In an unrelated vehicular fatality, a man was killed on the Bruckner Expressway yesterday as he attempted to inspect his broken vehicle. Police say that 47-year-old Abubakar Saleh pulled his 1996 Toyota Camry over in the right lane of the expressway near 138th Street at around 7 a.m.

According to investigators, Saleh and another occupant of the vehicle got out to inspect it, when a 2010 Gray Honda Insight struck the back of the Toyota, which then hit Saleh. An NYPD release states that Saleh was "catapulted over the railing" and landed in the road below, where he was pronounced dead. The third occupant of the vehicle who was in the Toyota was treated for minor injuries.

The driver of the Honda Insight remained at the scene. No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.