Woman flown after motorcycle crash in Calera

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CALERA, Okla. (KXII) - A Bryan County woman is still in the hospital after she crashed her motorcycle into a Texoma law enforcement agency's patrol car.

The chase began around ten p.m. at the Platter and Leavenworth intersection, according to Bryan County authorities.

Red and blue police lights flooded the scene where 31 year-old Hendrix resident, Jessica Lynn Osborn, crashed her motorcycle.

"A report of a collision involving a Calera Police Department and a motorcycle," said Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Lt. Scott Hampton.

The Sheriff's Office said a deputy noticed a 2004 Suzuki motorcycle driving without tail lights and tried to get Osborn's attention, but Osborn took off and Calera Police Officer Christopher Meitzen joined in on the pursuit.

The chase didn't last long, in fact it ended just off Smiser Road just two miles west of where it started.

Troopers said Osborn was flung from her motorcycle and suffered head, arm and leg injuries and was flown for medical help.

Troopers are still looking into how the collision happened and it's unknown why Osborn fled, but online records show she has drug warrants out for her arrest.

"The condidtion of the motortist is still in a Texas hospital and listed in stable condition," Lt. Hampton said.

As for the police officer involved, we're told he was unharmed from the collision.

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