STROUD TOWNSHIP -- It's a busy intersection, with multiple turning lanes and access points to post Interstate 80 and Route 33.
"It's a little complicated. The lights change so fast. There's four different ways to come out of just to go where you need to go and make turns or whatever," said Miranda Griffin, Saylorsburg.
It was at this busy intersection where police say a tow truck hit and killed a pedestrian this morning. The homeless man was in a turning lane, not a designated crossing area when it happened.
Police say that the driver likely won't be charged since it looks like the crash was not his fault.
Despite the danger here, drivers tell Newswatch 16 they often see homeless people and panhandlers at the center of the traffic.
"Usually they'll hang out over by Red Robin and on the on and off ramps over here to get on 80," said Andrew Lopez of Henryville.
Ana Price volunteers to help homeless people. She told us this area is part of a common route that they use to access public transportation
"People don't realize that there's a lot of homeless folks who are marginal folks because they don't have a vehicle," said Price.
A pedestrian was hit and killed Tuesday morning by a tow truck in Monroe County.
It happened on Route 611 near the Route 33 on-ramp just before 8 a.m. near Bartonsville.
Police say the man, who was homeless, was walking in this turning lane and the truck driver didn't see him because of sun glare.
The truck is from Steele Towing and Transport out of Pittston.
According to police, the driver likely won't face charges given the circumstances.
Investigators have not released the driver's name or the victim's name.
An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday.