A fleeing Florida biker knocked down cops before being run over by a truck
A Florida motorcyclist is facing multiple charges after fleeing from local police, running a red light and wiping out an oncoming truck seconds before he was killed.
“Here’s a good way to kill yourself,” the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office wrote in a Facebook post.
A three-minute video shared by police shows Deputy Bissonnette attempting to stop a group of motorcyclists who were “hitting” on the evening of Friday, March 3rd. The group ignored the authorities’ pleas to stop and decided to take the police to the top. speed chase.
Dashcam footage shows a group of motorcyclists recklessly weaving between cars at high speeds. Approaching the red light, the group ignored it and ran away from the deputies.
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One of the motorcyclists, Joshua Richardson, looked back and swerved before continuing towards the intersection – directly into the path of the oncoming truck.
Richardson miraculously survived the crash and attempted to flee on foot before being apprehended by police.
Body camera footage released by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office shows Richardson writhing on the ground and telling deputies he’s in a lot of pain.
“I’m hurt,” Richardson can be heard saying as deputies handcuff him.
“Idiot,” said one of the MPs.
“I know,” Richardson replied.
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After deputies handcuffed him, Richardson can be heard on the dashcam video complaining to police.
– Do you know that your leg does not hurt? – asked one of the deputies. “You don’t run from the police and you don’t run over your bike.”
“You think that’s funny?” Richardson asked.
“No, I don’t think it’s funny. This is very stupid,” replied another MP.
“12 policemen are chasing us in the field. What should I do?’ Richardson asked.
“Stop, understand why we are suing you,” the deputies said.
Richardson was charged with fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement, resisting without violence and leaving the scene of an accident. They will also receive traffic tickets for crossing a prohibited area without stopping at a red light.
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The Volusia Sheriff’s Office did not say if the truck driver or any of the passengers in the vehicle were injured or if any other reckless bikers were caught.
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