NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – After a year which saw pedestrian deaths rise and cyclist deaths skyrocket – police say a 74-year-old was struck and killed Wednesday – the first reported pedestrian fatality of 2020.

According to the NYPD, the woman was struck just before 6 p.m. on New Year’s Day near Parsons Boulevard and Northern Boulevard in Queens.

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Sources tell CBS2 the 74-year-old was not in a crosswalk and was in the middle of the block when she was struck by a Jeep Cherokee going west on Northern Boulevard.

That driver stayed at the scene and police have not made any arrests following the accident.

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The NYPD Collision Investigation Squad is still investigating.

As of Dec. 23, there were 117 pedestrian deaths in 2019. There were 115 in all of 2018.

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Despite the de Blasio Administration’s “Vision Zero” initiative, cyclist deaths were three times higher in 2019 than the year before.