Cyclist Falls Victim to a Hit-and-Run By Private School Dean on Speeding SUV

With the proliferation of action cameras and CCTVs, the odds of identifying perpetrators have since easier.

A cyclist fell victim to a shocking hit-and-run incident along a scenic road in Tennessee when a black SUV sent the poor man flying from his bike before hitting the ground.

Tyler Noe was riding his bike along Natchez Trace Parkway with signs posted stating bikers may use the full lane when the driver of the black Volvo, identified as 58-year-old Marshall Grant Neely III, dean of the University School of Nashville, came speeding from behind, hitting the cyclist before disappearing into the distance.