PONTIAC (WWJ) — An Oakland County father is facing drunk driving and child endangerment charges after running into a utility pole and a car in Pontiac.

Police said the father, 24, had two kids — aged five and six — in the minivan when he crashed on Sunday afternoon near Glenwood and North Perry.  He made it to his house on Oliver Street and passed out in his home afterward.

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Witnesses reported a Chrysler minivan, driven by a male, struck a utility pole and left the scene.

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Authorities said his blood alcohol content was 0.22, or nearly three times the legal limit.  The kids were not hurt, but Child Protective Services has been called to investigate.

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The man is now in the Oakland County jail on drunk driving and child endangerment charges.