Biker critical after police chase By Dan Harrison, Vanessa Burrow May 18, 2006 - 4:14PM A man is in a critical condition in hospital after colliding with a truck while trying to evade police. The incident occurred after police tried to stop two motorcyclists on Forster Street, Norlane, near Geelong, about 11am, said police spokesman Senior Constable Michael Henry. One successfully avoided police, but the other, a 25-year-old man from Corio, collided with a southbound truck on the Princes Highway. Senior Constable Henry said there had been no police pursuit. A spokesman for Rural Ambulance Victoria said the man received serious head injuries and had been taken to Geelong Hospital. This afternoon he was airlifted to the Alfred Hospital. A hospital spokesman said the man's condition was critical but stable. The 47-year-old truck driver, from Geelong, was not hurt. The Major Collisions Investigation Unit is investigating. Police believe several vehicles were stopped at the intersection of Forster Street and the Princes Highway at the time of the incident. They are appealing for the occupants of these vehicles and the second motorcyclist to come forward. Witnesses are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.