LPD says chase with motorcycle ends with rider seriously injured in crash | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas — The Lubbock Law enforcement Division stated a Tuesday early morning chase with a motorbike finished with the rider suffering really serious injuries.

LPD reported law enforcement attempted to cease 30-calendar year-previous Torey Timmons just after he was noticed jogging a red light-weight at 50th Avenue and Avenue Q. Timmons refused to end and evaded police.

The pursuit was cancelled at the place of 19th Road and Avenue Q, LPD reported.

Timmons continued northbound and ran an additional purple light-weight at the intersection with the Marsha Sharp Freeway, LPD claimed. He crashed into a GMC pickup truck that was attempting to switch east onto the Marsha Sharp Freeway obtain street.

Timmons endured really serious accidents in the crash, LPD stated.

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The Lubbock Police Department’s Big Crash Investigation Unit is investigating a collision that still left just one human being with significant injuries. 

A Lubbock Police officer was in pursuit of a motorbike on June 7, which was observed working a crimson mild at 50th Street and Avenue Q close to 9 a.m. The motorbike, driven by 30-12 months-previous Torey Timmons, refused to halt and evaded police. 

The pursuit was canceled near the spot of 19th Street and Avenue Q.  The motorbike ongoing northbound on Avenue Q approaching the eastbound obtain street of Marsha Sharp Freeway.

A GMC pick-up pushed by 55-yr-old Jose Solorzano and occupied by two passengers, was traveling southbound on Avenue Q. The GMC pickup tried to transform east on to the Marsha Sharp Freeway accessibility highway.  The motorbike disregarded a red light-weight and struck the GMC select-up. 

Timmons was transported to College Health-related Center by EMS with critical injuries.  The passengers in the GMC select-up have been not injured. 

The investigation is on-heading.