A bicycling advocacy group in Maryland is planning a memorial bike ride and vigil for a father of two who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Baltimore.
Tom Palermo, 41, was killed on a sunny afternoon Saturday while riding a bike near his house.
Bike Maryland is planning a memorial ride and vigil Thursday to remember him.
The ride will begin at Bishop Square Park by Johns Hopkins University at 3:30 p.m. It will be followed by a vigil at an art gallery and brewery in Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood.
The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland identified the driver of a car that hit Palermo and fled the scene as 58-year-old Bishop Suffragan Heather Cook.
Witnesses say Cook returned to the scene 20 minutes later. No charges have been filed.