CICERO, Ind. - Investigators say a 20-year-old bicyclist who was killed in a crash in a central Indiana town wasn't struck by a vehicle.
Nicholas Camp of Cicero was pronounced dead at an Indianapolis hospital after he was injured in the crash in Cicero July 14 .
Hamilton County sheriff's Deputy Bryant Orem said Friday that investigators believe Camp was riding on a street in the town about 20 miles north of Indianapolis when he lost control and crashed. The fatal injury was caused by the bicycle's handlebar.
Orem says a vehicle might have gotten close enough to Camp to startle him and make him lose control without striking him.
He says a passer-by found Camp, who wasn't wearing a helmet and suffered severe head injuries.
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