UPDATE: On Aug. 19, State College Police announced the conclusion of their investigation and their findings.

According to police, when both the car and bicyclist reached the intersection of the bike path and
Edgewood Circle, their respective lines of sight were obstructed by a vehicle, that was
legally parked on Edgewood Circle near the bike path. When the bicyclist entered the roadway, he was struck by a 2010 Honda Accord, driven by a 16-year-old female, and was thrown from the bicycle and landed on the roadway.

Additionally, the investigation determined that speeding, alcohol and drugs were not contributing factors to the crash and no charges will be filed.

Below is the original story.

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WTAJ) — A bicyclist has died from his injuries after being hit by a teen driver in State College, police report.

The bicyclist, identified as 36-year-old Juan Sajbin Osorio, of State College, was reportedly riding in the pedestrian/bike path at Edgewood Circle on Thursday, June 9 at around 7:54 p.m. Police said he entered the roadway and collided with an oncoming vehicle being driven by a 16-year-old State College resident.

Osorio died from his injuries while at UPMC Altoona. Blair County Coroner Patricia Ross reported he died from a traumatic brain injury.

The Centre County Accident Reconstruction Team and the State College Police Department continue to investigate this crash.

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Anyone who may have information regarding this incident is asked to contact the State College Police Department at (814) 234-7150 or by submitting an anonymous tip online by clicking here.