WASHINGTON (AP) — A man has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for striking and killing a bicyclist in Washington, then leaving the scene.

Richard Austin, 52, of Forestville, Md., had pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in May. He was sentenced on Friday.

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At the plea hearing, Austin admitted to driving his SUV along Southern Avenue on June 4, 2010. Austin hit David Williams Jr. Austin continued driving, stopping about two blocks away.

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While Williams, 40, lay injured in the road, he was hit by a second vehicle. He died at a Maryland hospital.

Prosecutors say Austin walked back to the scene and admitted to police that he had hit Williams.

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