LAKE MARY, Fla. — Sheriff's deputies say a bystander was struck in the eye and killed when two other men traded gunfire across a parking lot.

Also killed was the man whose bullet killed Daniel Strada while he stood outside a restaurant after watching a World Cup game.

Prosecutors say Victor Emanuel Brown didn't have a concealed-carry license and would have been charged with killing Strada had he survived.

Seminole County Sheriff's investigators say Brown and Jorge Vega-Rosado were fighting early Sunday in the central Florida city of Lake Mary. They say Brown fired and missed his target, striking Strada in the eye. Vega-Rosada then fired several shots, killing Brown. They say he won't be charged because he fired in self-defense.