http://ktla.com/2014/06/18/cyclist-...ch-collision-driver-questioned-but-not-cited/ A 19-year-old motorist who fatally struck a cyclist inLaguna Beach initially fled the scene but was later detained nearby andquestioned by police, who did not cite him, authorities said Wednesday. Emergency dispatchers received 911 calls reporting acrash between a white Toyota Prius and a bicyclist on North Coast Highway atEmerald Bay (map) justbefore 7 p.m. Tuesday. The cyclist —identified later as John Greg Colvin, a 55-year-old from Laguna Beach— diedless than five hours after being transported from the scene, according to anews release issued Wednesday by the Laguna Beach Police Department. The cyclist and the Prius were both northbound when thevehicle, traveling in the No. 2 lane, hit the cyclist, who was on the rightside of the roadway, “for an unknown reason,” the release stated. After thecollision, the Prius fled northbound on Coast Highway, police said in therelease. The motoristthen stopped in the parking lot of an elementary school about 1 mile away,callers told police, who took him into custody. The Prius had asmashed windshield and a dented hood, video from the scene showed. Video from thescene showed Colvin’s bicycle in the right shoulder, which ends on the northside of Emerald Bay. North CoastHighway does not a have a bike lane at Emerald Bay, according to street-viewimages from Google Maps. The19-year-olddriver was taken to the Police Department to be interviewed, but he was notarrested or cited. His name was not being released, police said. The driver wasa resident of Laguna Beach, police Sgt. Eric Lee said Tuesday night. Colvin was taken initially to Hoag Hospital in NewportBeach then was transported to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana, where hedied about 11:30 p.m. The collision remained under investigation. KTLA’sNidia Becerra Tijerino contributed to this article.