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Memorial Held for Cyclist Killed in Hit and Run
Memorial Held for Cyclist Killed in Hit and Run

More than 100 fellow students and faculty members held a memorial service today for the physical therapy student killed while bicycling Wednesday.

Bryan B. Wrigley, 23, was killed by a hit and run driver as he rode his bicycle along County Road 214.

He was studying physical therapy at the University of St. Augustine.

At noon today, those who knew him and wanted to pay respect lowered the flag at the school to half mast.

Among those in attendance was Wrigley's twin brother Kevin, who traveled down with the rest of his family from South Carolina.

"Not surprised," he said of the large turnout.  He said his brother was a "great guy."

Kevin Wrigley also said that while he's confident in the sheriff's investigation.

But "the damage is done," said friend Pete Till.

Investigators are looking for a blue Ford Ranger pickup truck that was identified by witnesses at the scene.  It should have damage to its front end.

Kevin said Bryan had only been cycling for a couple of years, but he "loved it."

Arrangements for Wrigley will be held in Columbia, S.C.

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