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One man in hospital, two arrested after high speed chase in Spokane

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Doctors are trying to save a man's life Thursday night after he and three others led a Washington State Patrol trooper on a short chase that ended in a bad crash.

The crash happened just after midnight near the intersection of North Foothills Dr. and N. Pittsburg St., which is just a couple blocks east of Gonzaga Preparatory School.

Troopers say 27-year-old Tyler Dailey and three other men were speeding when a trooper tried to pull them over. According to court documents, the trooper who saw them clocked the motorcycles at speeds of greater than 70 MPH.

The trooper says he tried to pull all four men over, but they sped off. The Washington State Patrol says three men made a turn, but Dailey was driving too fast to make it and he crashed. Court documents say the trooper smelled alcohol on Dailey's breath. He's facing a charge of driving under the influence and a charge of attempting to elude.

Troopers say Dailey is in critical condition at the hospital Thursday night, and they've arrested two of the other three men.

Those two men, 34-year-old Scott Henry and 37-year-old Ricky Jenks, each made brief court appearances Thursday afternoon. Jenks postponed his full appearance until Friday so his attorney could be present.

Henry is facing a charge of attempting to elude, and driving with a suspended license. He's being held in lieu of $5,000 bail.

Jenks' name may ring a bell with some of you. He's twice been indicted on federal charges because of his involvement in the Hells Angels Motorcycle Gang, most recently in 2011.
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