Motorcyclist Leads CHP on Chase, Crashes Into Civilian Vehicle and Home

Motorcyclist Leads CHP on Chase, Crashes Into Civilian Vehicle and Home

On Saturday, two CHP vehicles collided while pursuing a motorbike wanted for speeding.

On the westbound side of the 10 Freeway, the pursuit started around 4:40 in the afternoon. About 12 minutes later, a collision happened at the intersection of Ector Street and Hacienda Boulevard.

Two CHP patrol cars and a non-commercial car were involved in the collision. The CHP trucks collided with a concrete barrier around a private residence, while the civilian automobile struck a fire hydrant.

One of the patrol cars was seen smoking and with its front smashed in on video after hitting the fence.

The crash site of the CHP vehicles was also marked by a huge hole and yellow tape.

Nestor Rendon, a resident of the wrecked home, described hearing the crash after first hearing the tires screech and police sirens.

The tweet below confirms the news:

CHP Crashes into Home, Civilian Injured

Rendon claimed that when he first walked outside to check, he assumed that there had been another collision on the busy street in front of his home. However, he never anticipated seeing two CHP patrol cars collide in his family’s front yard.

“I run to check on my mum after spotting two highway patrols in the front yard close to her bed. Thank God, she was fine, Rendon exclaimed.

With non-life-threatening wounds, the car’s civilian driver was transferred to the hospital.

A few hours later, the fire hydrant was fixed.

The pursuit motorcyclist was hit while running down the street after the collision. Despite having an out-of-state registration, the motorcycle was not stolen.

The Rendon family is merely relieved that the concrete fence prevented the patrol cars from colliding with their home.

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“Really narrow escape. Fortunately, she, she, and my uncle are all alright. Now, there’s only the two of us in the house, Rendon added.

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