Calif. Motor Officer Injured Pursuing Bike In 130 mph Chase
November 09, 2011
An Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy was injured when his motorcycle struck a vehicle while he pursued a motorcycle violator.
The pursuit began when two California Highway Patrol officers pursued two motorcyclists at speeds of 100 mph on the I-5 southbound at 11:44 a.m. Wednesday, reports the Orange County Register.
One motorcyclist stopped while the second led officers and deputies on a pursuit on the freeway and city streets at speeds reaching 130 mph. He was later arrested.
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