A California driver escaped a risky crash early Sunday morning after apparently hitting a divider at such a high speed that it launched the vehicle into the second story of a nearby building.
Making for an unusual sight, the auto appeared lodged into the second story of a dental office in Santa Ana, Calif., when Orange County Fire Agency officials arrived at the scene.
Horner said he does not have any more information on the occupants, but Santa Ana police said the driver admitted to having used narcotics. Two people suffered minor injuries as a result of the crash, officials said.
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Their vehicle then apparently "went airborne and landed into the building", the Orange County Fire Agency tweeted Sunday.
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A L.A. County Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue crane lifts a Nissan Altima out of the second floor of a dentist office in Santa Ana on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018.
Santa Ana is located about 35 miles south of Los Angeles. Public works officials also responded to the crash to examine the integrity of the building.
Crews will use a crane to remove the vehicle from the building.
The auto remained lodged inside a dental office along at 319 East 17th Street until about 7:50 a.m., when crews were able to get it out. That fire was later extinguished.