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Man Accused of Hitting and Killing a Bicyclist says He was not Drunk

Man Accused of Hitting and Killing a Bicyclist says He was not Drunk



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(KSL News) A man accused of automobile homicide says he was not drunk at the time of the crash.

Pedro Sosa-Avilias turned himself in the day after striking and killing bicyclist Bap Alcol Deng Bap. It happened last September in Holladay.

Man Accused of Hitting and Killing a Bicyclist says He was not Drunk

Two of Sosa-Avilias' coworkers say he was drinking heavily right before the accident, but defense attorneys say their memories may be cloudy because they were drinking.

Sosa-Avilias says he left the scene because he thought he had hit a deer but turned himself in when he learned what really happened.

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