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Bicyclist killed outside AT&T Park ID'd
SAN FRANCISCO -- A woman who was struck and killed while riding a bicycle near San Francisco's AT&T Park on Saturday morning has been identified by the medical examiner's office as 48-year-old Diane Sullivan.
Sullivan, a San Francisco resident, was struck by a cement truck at 9:37 a.m. Saturday near Third and King streets, police said.
Both she and the truck were traveling west on King Street when they collided, according to police.
Sullivan was taken to a hospital where she died later that morning, police said.
The truck driver stopped immediately after the crash and is cooperating with investigators. Police are still looking into how the crash happened but do not think alcohol or drugs played a role.
The accident happened while large crowds waited to enter the 20th annual Giants Fan Fest event at AT&T Park.
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