DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Daytona Beach police are looking for a driver who they said intentionally ran over a man and killed him.
The incident happened early Sunday morning at the intersection of Seabreeze Boulevard and Orleander Avenue.
A witness said the victim was standing at the intersection and was having an argument with the driver at the light.
A few minutes later, the witness, who did not want to give his name, said he saw the driver run the man over.
Daytona Beach police said the victim was with his friend at the intersection, and for some reason they got into an argument with a man driving a red convertible who was stopped at the light. That driver got out of the car.
"When we got to the light, they were already going back and forth," said the witness.
Police said another driver broke up the fight and both drivers left. But police said the man in the red convertible came back for the victim and chased him down before running him over.
"I could tell he was kind of mad because of the way he was speeding through the parking lot, and he hit the guy with no remorse," said the witness. "Me and my girlfriend went back to see if the guy was OK, and we asked him, 'Sir are you OK?' And he never responded, so that's when we called 911."
The witness said he called 911, but the victim died in the parking lot.
The victim's name was not released. The other pedestrian, identified as Gary Bruce, was not injured.
Investigators said the small red convertible should have front-end damage.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact the Daytona Beach Police Department at (386) 671-5100.