BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. (Atlanta News First) – A police chase that started in Gordon County Monday morning ended in a deadly crash in Bartow County.

The Georgia State Patrol says at around 5:45 a.m., officers with the Calhoun Police Department were dispatched to a Racetrack Station about a suspicious person driving a possible stolen vehicle. When they arrived, officers said they attempted to stop the vehicle, but it took off. GSP says police pursued the suspect, who reached speeds of 90+ mph.

Officers say the fleeing vehicle swerved into a patrol car causing the suspect to lose control of their vehicle, which came to a stop on the northbound lanes of I-75. GSP says the suspect was ejected from the vehicle and died. That person has not yet been identified.

During the pursuit, GSP says the suspect vehicle struck another oncoming vehicle and caused one serious injury that had to be airlifted out. Another two crashes occurred during the incident that also resulted in one fatality, according to the report. The Bartow County Medical Examiner’s office identified that victim as 34-year-old Michael Stout, who they say was traveling back home to Ohio after visiting family in Stone Mountain.

Georgia State Patrol is investigating these crashes.

According to GDOT, all lanes are still blocked on northbound I-75 at mile marker 304, before the exit for SR 140, Folsom Road. It is unknown at this time when the lanes will be reopened. Drivers should continue to choose an alternate route to avoid extreme delays. GDOT says the last available exit before the delay is Exit 296, Cassville-White Road.