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Car goes airborne, slams into second floor of California office

Car goes airborne, slams into second floor of California office

A speeding vehicle struck a median and flew into the second floor of a building early Sunday morning, January 14, remaining lodged into a dental office, authorities said.

Astonishing pictures show a Nissan sedan hanging out of the dentist office in Santa Ana after the crash at around 5.25am on Sunday morning.

Crews used a specialized fire truck to pull the vehicle out of the building.

In a freaky incident, a speeding vehicle soared into the sky and rammed into the second floor of a building after hitting a median on the street.

Officials said that the other person had "self extricated".

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The passenger also suffered minor injuries.

"The driver, who admitted to using narcotics, will be admitted to a local hospital for observation", Fire Authority said in a statement, per the Orange County Register.

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 say a small fire injured one person who managed to get out of the auto unassisted. The fire caused major damage to the home and was extinguished after 18 minutes. A minor fire broke out at the scene after immediate impact and the fire authority had to take cognizance of the affected area.