PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona prosecutor has determined Uber is not criminally liable in a deadly crash last year involving a self-driving vehicle in a Phoenix suburb.

The prosecutor said an investigation found that a video of the collision does not accurately depict the events that occurred. The case was referred back to the Tempe Police Department for further investigation.

Video of the March 2018 crash shows a woman getting hit as she’s pushing a bicycle from a darkened area onto a street.

Experts say the vehicle’s sensors should have seen the woman and braked before impact.

The SUV was in self-driving mode traveling about 40 mph (64 kph).

Uber’s human backup driver appears on the video to be looking down before the crash and appears startled about the time of the impact.