Vehicle soars into second-floor dental office in weird California crash

Violet Powell
January 15, 2018

Two people were injured when their vehicle, which police say was traveling at a high rate of speed, went airborne Saturday night (Jan. 14) and crashed into the second floor of a building in Santa Ana, California, KTLA reports.

The auto then struck the dental office building and became wedged into the second floor, police said. He and the car's passenger had minor injuries from the wreck, and police said the driver would likely be admitted to a nearby hospital for observation.

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The other person had "self extricated", officials said.

Investigators said the vehicle was speeding when it struck a raised center median and became airborne.

There were two people in the vehicle, both of whom were injured.

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The vehicle then penetrated the 2nd floor window of a dentist's office, getting partially stuck inside the building before catching fire.

The auto reportedly crossed three lanes before hitting a centre divider, causing it to fly through the air and land inside the two-storey building.

Officials removed the vehicle from the building Sunday morning. The crash also caused a small blaze that was quickly extinguished by fire crews.

According to police, the driver later admitted to using narcotics when the crash occurred, the Los Angeles Times reported.

A big hole remains after the auto was removed from the building.

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