Speeding vehicle hits median, flies into second story of California dental office

Speeding vehicle hits median, flies into second story of California dental office

Speeding vehicle hits median, flies into second story of California dental office

At least two people were hurt after a auto crashed into the second floor of a building in Santa Ana, California, officials said on Sunday morning.

The other individual had already gotten out of the auto, which was lodged into the side of an office building in Santa Ana.

The driver admitted to using narcotics. Two people suffered minor injuries as a result of the crash, officials said.

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One person was still trapped inside the vehicle as of 6.45 am Pacific, according to the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA).

One of the vehicle's occupants managed to scramble out, while the other was extricated by authorities.

The white sedan was speeding when it hit the center median on French Street near 17th Street, causing the auto to fly into the air and into the second story of a nearby dental office, according to a Santa Ana Police Department Nixle notification. The freakish crash left two people injured.

The OCFA said the crash caused a small fire in the building. The vehicle struck the 2nd floor of the building and was lodged there, sticking out of the structure as police arrived at around 5:30 a.m.

The fire department removed the auto with a wrecker truck later on.

Crews had to use a crane to remove the vehicle from the building.

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