Superior pace chase turns deadly in Liberty County

A significant pace chase Christmas morning turned deadly for a driver who refused to prevent for a Georgia Point out Patrol trooper, in accordance to GSP Captain Thornell King.

In accordance to King, a GSP Trooper was doing the job pace enforcement on Interstate 95 in Liberty County close to 11:45 am when his radar detection device clocked a pink Mustang traveling southbound driving more than 100 mph.  

The trooper tried to initiate a targeted traffic end and began to pursue the Mustang which exited 95 in Midway, King reported. The driver continued to journey into Halfway on highway 84 with the trooper in pursuit.  The driver of the Mustang created a ideal flip on to Freeway 17 in direction of Richmond Hill but produced a u-turn heading in the direction of Riceboro, King ongoing.  

The driver continued to push in surplus of 100 mph until the trooper employed the pursuit intervention method or PIT, causing the driver to hit a electricity pole and flip around, according to King. The trooper then collided with the Mustang.