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DOVER, Del. (CBS) — The Delaware State Police have arrested a Dover man with his 5th offense DUI after he struck two teenage pedestrians.

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Officials say state troopers were dispatched to North Dupont Highway and West Denneys Road Saturday for reports of a crash at approximately 7:14 p.m.

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Troopers discovered that a car had traveled off the roadway, hit two 17-year-old teens and a curb, and then came to a stop at West Denneys Road at the entrance of the Delaware Technical Community College.

The driver, 51-year-old William S. Smith, fled the scene, leaving behind two passengers in his vehicle – a man and woman, both 47-years-old. Neither were injured during the crash.

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In spite of his attempt to flee, he was found in the parking lot of the college.

Reports say that Smith smelled of alcohol which prompted a DUI investigation. Investigators learned that Smith had four previous DUI convictions, making Saturday’s incident his fifth offense.

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Both the teens were taken to the Bayhealth Kent General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Smith was not injured in the crash and is being held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $16,675 bond.

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He has been charged with multiple offenses including the DUI-related charges.