A bicyclist was killed Saturday evening when he was struck by a car in Minneapolis' Seward neighborhood.

The crash happened about 5:45 p.m. at the intersection of 26th Avenue S. and E. 22nd Street, police said. The woman driving the car stopped at the scene and is cooperating with investigators, Minneapolis Police Department spokesman John Elder said.

There was no indication that alcohol, unsafe speeds or distracted driving played any role, he said.

The bicyclist did not appear to be wearing a helmet, police said. First responders performed CPR at the scene before the man was taken to HCMC, where he was pronounced dead.

The bicyclist was eastbound on 22nd Street, while the motorist was southbound on 26th Avenue S. Stop signs control east-west traffic. There are no traffic controls in the north-south direction.

Names and other details have not been released.