Driver who hit bicyclist was not intoxicated

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Toxicology reports show a driver involved in a fatal crash with a bicyclist in July was not intoxicated at the time of the crash.

The report released Monday says William Harper had only trace amounts of the drug diazepam in his blood.

Police thought he was impaired at the time he hit and killed Elizabeth "Bunny" Bradley of Draper. She was part of a group of women bicycling on Highland Drive near 300 East when two vehicles collided and one of them, driven by Harper, hit her.

Harper died of a heart attack in September.

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