Vehicle goes airborne, slams into 2nd floor of California office

Alleged Drug Driver Somehow Launches Car Into 2nd Floor Of Dentist’s Office

By Ben Mc Leay

A driver who later admitted to using narcotics crashed his vehicle into the second-floor dental offices of a Santa Ana building today, into the second floor dental offices in a building today in Santa Ana, according to police.

The white vehicle could be seen partially sticking out of the second floor of the building located on the 300 block of East 17th Street.

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As indicated by the Santa Ana Police Department, the crash was accounted for in the blink of an eye before 5:30 a.m. close to the convergence of seventeenth and French avenues.

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The car's driver was taken to the hospital for observation. The fire department tweeted that the vehicle then "went airborne and landed into the building". Authorities had to rescue the second person.

Officials added 45 minutes later that both victims were safely out of the building with just minor injuries, and that a fire had been quickly extinguished.

Fire crews were on hand to put out a brief fire to the building.

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