Motorcyclist speeds from Troopers, crashes near Mercer Island
Posted on Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 at 3:48 pm
BELLEVUE, WA – A motorcyclist with a felony warrant for his arrest sped down Interstate 90 at speeds of 130 mph when he spotted State Troopers, eventually crashing his bike near the exit to Mercer Island.
#TrafficAlert. A motorcycle rider with a felony warrant observed @IssaquahPolice and took off WB I-90 at a high rate approaching 148th in #Bellevue. The rider passed troopers and accelerated to 130mph and took the HOV exit to Mercer Island where he crashed. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/Vq7ht7rZe2
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) September 16, 2020
WSP Trooper Rick Johnson reported the incident via Twitter on Wednesday around 1 p.m.
The motorcyclist suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
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