Police in are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road collision which happened around 1.15pm yesterday in Lindsay Road.
Harry Slade, an 81-year-old pedestrian, was involved in a collision with a Kia Picanto car and sustained serious injuries.
Members of the public, including an off duty doctor provided emergency first aid until the Scottish Ambulance Service arrived.
Mr Slade was then taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh where he later passed away.
Road Policing Officers responded to the scene and closed the road for around four hours while they conducted their investigation.
Enquiries into the full circumstances surrounding this collision are ongoing and anyone who can assist police is asked to come forward.
Road Policing Sergeant, Ross Drummond said: “The driver of the Kia stopped immediately and has been helping officers with their enquiry into this incident.
“We are now keen to hear from other motorists or members of the public as we look to establish exactly what happened.
“Officers have managed to speak with a number of those who provided emergency assistance to Mr Slade, but we believe there may be others who witnessed the collision and would urge these individuals to contact police immediately.
“Mr Slade was wearing a distinctive maroon-coloured jacket and a tweed hat. If you remember seeing him around the time of the collision the please get in touch.”
Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101.