Two people on a motorcycle were seriously hurt after being rear-ended by a jeep in central Sioux Falls early Saturday morning.
Police say the motorcycle slowed for a traffic signal at 26th & Grange around midnight when it was struck from behind by the jeep.
Police say the jeep kept going, dragging the motorcycle about a block.
Officers later found the jeep at a nearby residence.
The two victims on the motorcycle were taken to the hospital with what police describe as "serious, possible life-threatening injuries."
The driver of the jeep is charged with a second DWI, felony hit-and-run, vehicular battery, open container and no insurance. Police have not released the suspect's name yet.