Police have arrested the driver who crashed his Nissan sedan onto a crowded Flatbush, Brooklyn sidewalk on Monday for driving without a license. Cops say Paul Omoregie, 58, of Kensington, was driving south on Flatbush Avenue at around 5:30 p.m. when he veered onto the sidewalk. Witnesses said Omoregie was trying to stop another driver from passing him near Albermarle Road and lost control.

Video of the crash shows the car flipping through a tree and a bus stop sign, and taking out Charles Kinyeti, 50, of Flatbush. Paramedics took Kinyeti to Kings County Hospital Center and doctors there pronounced him dead.

Cops say Omoregie and a three-year-old male passenger were also hospitalized with minor injuries, as well as a 59-year-old woman reportedly hit by flying debris. Officers arrested Omoregie on Tuesday and charged him with driving without a license and aggravated unlicensed driving, meaning his driver's license had previously been suspended or revoked.

NYPD spokeswoman Det. Kellyann Ort said she did not know the exact status of Omoregie's license or the severity of the charge, and that she could not find that information out.

The crash caused the 12th pedestrian fatality since Halloween, and came days after Mayor de Blasio touted his continued commitment to his Vision Zero road safety initiative.

Prior to Monday, the block of Flatbush Avenue between Albermarle Road and Regent Place had been the scene of 14 crashes in 2015. Most of those crashes were apparently fender-benders, as only two resulted in injuries, both to motorists.