Columbus police still haven't determined why a man fell from his bicycle and was killed by an Ohio State University transit bus last month.
Columbus police still havenít determined why a man fell from his bicycle and was killed by an Ohio State University transit bus last month.
Raymond E. Hursey, 65, of North Linden, died at OSUís Wexner Medical Center on June 26, about three hours after a 1:45 p.m. collision between him and an OSU Campus Area Bus Service bus at Summit Street and Chittenden Avenue.
Police said Hursey was riding south on Summit beside the bus driven by James B. Glover, 21.
A witness said Hursey might have struck a parked car, causing him to fall under the bus. He was struck by the busís rear tires. Glover was not injured and has not been cited.
Lindsay M. Komlanc, the director of marketing and communication for OSU administration and planning, said Glover has worked for the bus service for about 14 months and had no prior accidents. He remains an active employee, she said.
Hursey was charged in January with driving under the influence after he was involved in a minor hit-skip crash on Westerville Road, according to Franklin County Municipal Court records.
He was due to be sentenced next week, records show.
A separate open-container violation was dismissed as part of his plea deal.