Two people suffered minor injuries in a freakish crash Sunday morning when a vehicle went airborne and slammed into the second floor of a dental office in Santa Ana, California, officials said.
Officers also said that the driver had admitted to using narcotics and that he or she would be admitted to a local hospital for observation. A specialized fire truck from Los Angeles was brought in to extract the vehicle from the dentist's office.
The Santa Ana Police Department added that the driver was driving at a very high rate of speed when their vehicle hit the median.
The auto started a small fire which was quickly extinguished. One person was able to escape the vehicle, while the second person had to be rescued.More news: American Red Cross assisting 19 families displaced by fires in Newark
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"It was insane, it really was", witness Daniel Sanchez told NBC LA. Firefighters responded to the scene and extinguished the blaze, then extricated a second person who was trapped inside the sedan.
There were no other reported injuries.
Orange County Fire Agency shared this photo of a vehicle which had crashed through the second floor of a building in Santa Ana.