SAN ANTONIO -

Two pedestrians died in separate accidents across San Antonio.

The first accident involved an elderly woman who was struck and killed by an SUV on the Northeast Side Thursday evening.

The Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office identified her as 79-year-old Mary Ferguson.  

Police said Ferguson was walking west on Nacogdoches Road and Thousand Oaks when she was fatally struck around 7:30 p.m.

The driver stayed at the accident scene to render aid. He told police she was crossing the street and did not see her. The driver was not expected to face charges, police said.

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NEWS. KATRINA, THANK YOU. 6:34 RIGHT NOW. A MAN IS DEAD AFTER HE WAS HIT BY A CAR AND POLICE SAY THE DRIVER OF THAT CAR WILL NOT BE FACING ANY CHARGES. HAPPENED JUST BEFORE 1 O'CLOCK THIS MORNING IN THE 300 BLOCK OF FRIO CITY ROAD. ACCORDING TO SAN ANTONIO POLICE, A WOMAN WAS DRIVING DOWN THE ROAD WHEN SHE SAW THE MAN IN THE STREET. SHE WAS NOT ABLE TO AVOID HITTING HIM. THAT MAN WAS TRAPPED UNDER HER CAR. FIRE CREWS WERE ABLE TO FREE HIM, BUT HE WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE.

The second fatal pedestrian accident occurred around 1 a.m. Friday in the 300 block of Frio City Road.

According to San Antonio police, a female driver in her 60s struck a man who may have been lying down on the road. The driver said she saw the victim too late and could not avoid the crash.

The victim became stuck underneath the car and had to be pulled out by San Antonio firefighters. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. His name has not been released.

No charges were expected to be filed against the driver. She was treated at the scene for chest pains.