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Tucson PD identifies bicyclist killed Saturday

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TUCSON, AZ (AP) -

Tucson police have identified a 71-year-old man killed when he rode directly into the path of an oncoming SUV.

Tucson police Thomas Ferrer was struck Saturday evening while crossing a major thoroughfare on the city's south side. He was taken to a hospital but did not survive.

Police spokeswoman Sgt. Maria Hawke said investigators found the bicyclist was riding across East Golf Links road and rode right into the path of the westbound sport utility vehicle.

The SUV driver wasn't hurt.

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