In a fairly weird incident, a success and run driver was filmed dragging a Honda superbike alongside 91 Freeway in Corona, California final Friday.
The California Freeway Patrol state that the person driving the van struck a motorcyclist on the eastbound lanes of the 91 Freeway at roughly 7 p.m. The driving force determined to flee the scene whereas the bike was wedged on the proper entrance finish of the van and being pushed alongside, sending sparks spewing down the freeway as he handed different automobiles. Fortuitously, the motorcyclist wasn’t nonetheless on the bike.
CBS Local reviews that the biker complained about ache of their legs and arms on the scene however was in any other case unhurt.
The one that filmed the YouTube video beneath adopted the rushing van driver and ultimately discovered the destroyed bike on the aspect of a highway after it got here free. The van was noticed close by after crashing right into a fence.
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The hit and run driver, 25-year-old George Valentin, is known to have fled the scene on foot. He was arrested by police on Saturday on felony prices of hit and run after admitting to being the motive force.
The motorcyclist, Chain Arunritthirot, says he was thrown roughly 200 toes away from the collision. “I used to be like oh this man did attempt to kill me!” the biker mentioned in an interview with CBS2/KCAL9. “I really feel prefer it was intentional, like he hunted me down.”
California Freeway Patrol estimate the motorcyclist was touring at roughly 65 mph (104 km/h) when the van hit him from behind at 70 mph (112 km/h).