A man is actually lucky to be alive after crashing his motorcycle following a 120mph chase with a Benton County Deputy.

Sunday afternoon, just before 1pm, the rider blew past the Deputy's patrol car at 114mph, clocked on radar. He then sped up to 120 mph with the officer in pursuit on Missimer Road near Prosser.

However, he apparently missed an attempt to turn onto Hanks and Gap roads, and tried to plow through a muddy field. As he pushed the gas harder, his tires slid out from underneath him. As the suspect struggled to pull the bike upright, the Deputy "pounced" and convinced him not to resist further.

Now, Elim Sanchez-Vasquez is facing at least Felony Eluding charges and is NOT going 120 in the Benton County jail.