A state patrol spokesman says a trooper tried to pull over a Harley-Davidson going more than 100 mph when the rider fled and crashed into another vehicle.
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. — A man in his 30s was killed Sunday evening after crashing his Harley-Davidson into another vehicle on I-694 while fleeing from state troopers.
According to information released by the Minnesota State Patrol, a trooper saw a Harley-Davidson motorcycle traveling at 107 mph on I-94 northbound and attempted to pull the rider over.
Troopers say the man did not stop and fled, exiting off I-94 onto I-694 eastbound at a high rate of speed.
The 31-year-old rider from South St. Paul crossed traffic and was struck by a Mazda CX5 headed east. He was ejected and did not survive the crash. Officials have not released the man’s name.
The driver of the Mazda, a 52-year-old woman from White Bear Lake, was treated at the scene for non-life threatening injuries.
Information from the state patrol said that the trooper’s squad was not involved in the crash.
This incident is still under investigation.
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