Car Flies Into Second Floor Of Building And Stays There

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
Speeding Car Goes Airborne, Plows Into Second Floor of Building

16 January, 2018

The vehicle "went airborne and landed into the building", OCFA tweeted.

Firefighters responded to the scene and extinguished the blaze, then extricated a second person who was trapped inside the sedan.

"A vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed hit the center divider went airborne and landed on the second floor of a small office building".

A fire caused by the crash was quickly extinguished and both victims were taken out of the auto with only minor injuries.

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One person inside the vehicle was able to squeeze out, but a second occupant spent an hour and a half trapped in the auto as its tail end dangled precariously out of the building, officials said.

Members from OCFA & LA COUNTY Urban Search & Rescue teams are removing the vehicle from the building.

Firefighters removed the driver and passenger from the vehicle while it was still hanging from the building. However, both sustained with minor injuries. The spokesman said that the police had registered a charge of driving under the influence but that the driver had not yet been charged as he was still in the hospital.

Luckily no one died in the incident and only two people suffered minor injuries. The owner of the place could not be reached for comment until that point of time. "It's a big hole".

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