A man has died after being struck by a vehicle late Wednesday night.
The incident happened near the corner of Wyandotte Street East and George Avenue around 11:30 p.m.
When police arrived, EMS were already on the scene helping the injured man, who was transported to hospital and later pronounced dead.
After the man was hit, John Ouellette came across the scene as he was driving home from his father's house.
He said there was another witness standing nearby so he pulled over and called 911. The operator advised him to start performing CPR on the victim.
Ouellette said that after a few minutes a female nurse pulled over and came out of her vehicle to take over the CPR.
"What I was thinking of in that moment was about his family and if this man had kids that dad wasn't coming home to his kids, and I kind of felt for him because I have a four year old son of my own and I have another child on the way," Ouellette said.
He said police and an ambulance eventually arrived, though Ouellette said he didn't have much to say as he didn't see the accident take place.
"It's still kind of surreal to me cause that's my first experience of something that serious actually happening," Ouellette said.
Police spoke with a driver they believe may have hit the pedestrian and seized their vehicle.
Windsor police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the accident or has dashcam footage from that time to contact them. They would also like to hear from anyone who may have given first aid to the injured man before EMS arrived.