Auto crashes into second floor of building in Santa Ana

A firefighter is seen near an office building in Santa Ana after a car slammed into the structures second floor in a bizarre crash on Sunday Jan. 14 2018

Two people suffered minor injuries in a freaky crash Sunday morning when a vehicle went airborne and slammed into the second floor of a dental office in Santa Ana, officials said.

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According to the Santa Ana Police Department, the collision was reported shortly before 5:30 a.m. near the intersection of 17th and French streets.

The auto caught fire after it went into the building, said Daniel Sanchez, who witnessed the accident. The vehicle had become airborne after hitting the central divide in the road, reportedly at speed while the driver was high on narcotics. Both sustained minor injuries.


The car's driver was taken to the hospital for observation. The vehicle hit the center divider and went airborne and landed into the building.

Firefighters said there were two people inside the vehicle.

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.

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