WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - The man driving a car that hit a motorcycle rider waiting at a west Wichita intersection has been sentenced to over ten years in prison.

40-year-old Ricardo Trevizo, 40 of Wichita, was sentenced by Judge James Fleetwood to 122 months in prison.

District Attorney Marc Bennett said that on Oct. 9 of 2021, Humberto Estrada was waiting for the red light to turn green at Kellogg and 119th Street West. At the same time, Trevizo was trying to get away from officers who first tried to pull his Chevy Tahoe over in Kingman County. Speeds reached over 100 mph eastbound on U.S. 54.

The Kansas Highway Patrol spiked the Tahoe near Goddard, but it did not slow down. Estrada was stopped in the eastbound lanes of Kellogg when he was hit from behind by Trevizo’s truck.

Doctors at St. Francis had to amputate Estrada’s left leg below his knee.

At the time of the chase, Trevizo was driving with a suspended license and driving while intoxicated. He had two prior DUI’s.

On April 4 of 2023, Trevizo pled guilty to aggravated battery while DUI. He was also ordered to pay $15,961.75 in restitution to help cover Estrada’s unpaid expenses.