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Man Charged With 4th DUI After Crash

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NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP) - New Castle County Police have charged a man with a fourth DUI offense after they say he hit a motorcyclist and left the scene.

It happened about 2 p.m. Monday near Christiana Road and Airport Road in New Castle. Police say a pickup truck hit a motorcycle and then left the scene. Police say an officer pursued the truck until the driver lost control on a curve, left the road and rolled onto the passenger's side.

The driver, 53-year-old Mitchell Angle of Bear, was admitted to Christiana Medical Center for treatment of his injuries. The motorcycle operator was treated and released.

Angle is charged with fourth offense driving under the influence of alcohol, vehicular assault and numerous other offenses.

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