A Mat-Su vehicle-pedestrian collision last weekend claimed an Anchorage resident’s life, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Troopers responded just after 1 p.m. Sunday to the crash that killed 43-year-old Frank McMillen near 0.7 Mile of Point MacKenzie Road, according to an online dispatch.

The driver who struck McMillen, a 57-year-old Wasilla man, “was driving outbound on Point Mackenzie Road from Knik Goose Bay Road in his 2017 Ford F-350” pickup truck just before the crash.

“McMillen was killed in the collision; [the driver] remained on scene and was cooperative with the investigation,” troopers wrote.

Megan Peters, a troopers spokeswoman, said details regarding McMillen’s position at the time of the collision and any other factors involved in the incident were part of an “ongoing investigation.” Toxicology work on both McMillen and the driver was expected to be completed in one to two months.

McMillen’s next of kin have been notified of his death.

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