Motorcyclist hits Bibb County patrol vehicle head-on during police pursuit

A chase involving deputies and an allegedly stolen motorcycle ended with a scary situation in Bibb County, officials say.

Last week, the Bibb County Sheriff's Office says a motorcyclist who was not wearing a helmet hit the back of a patrol vehicle while they were driving on Williamson Road.

Instead of stopping, officials say the 22-year-old sped off on a motorcycle investigators later determined to be stolen.

The chase ended on Rice Mill Road after the cyclist went on the wrong side of the road during a blind curve and hit a patrol vehicle head-on.

Bibb officials shared photos of the front wheel of the motorcycle smashed into the car's bumper.

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(Bibb County Sheriff's Office)

Officials say the deputy who was injured in the crash rendered first aid to the cyclist until EMS could transport them to a local hospital.

Authorities have not shared an update on the cyclist or deputy's condition.