(NEW YORK) -- A bicyclist was struck and killed by a livery cab Monday morning after the cyclist swerved into the street, The New York Post reports.
The victim, whose has not yet been identified, was heading eastbound on Eastern Parkway around 1:15 a.m. Suddenly, in the area between Underhill and Washington Avenues, the bicyclist swerved in front of the cab, which was also heading eastbound.
The cyclist was taken to Methodist Hospital where he later died due to injuries sustained in the accident. He carried no identification on him, but police think that he was in his mid-thirties.
The cab driver remained at the scene, and no wrongdoing is suspected on his part.
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