Auto flies into second floor of building

Members from OCFA & Los Angeles County USARteams are seen here removing the vehicle from the building on Sunday

Firefighters responded to the scene to put out the fire, then extricated a second person who was trapped inside the auto.

Making for an unusual sight, the auto appeared lodged into the second story of a dental office in Santa Ana, Calif., when Orange County Fire Agency officials arrived at the scene.

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.

Santa Ana is located just southeast of Anaheim.

The white Nissan Altima was traveling at a high rate of speed northbound on French Street when the accident occurred in the 300 block of E. 17th Street, Santa Ana Police said in a news release. The vehicle hit the center divider and went airborne and landed into the building.

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The vehicle became partially wedged in the side of a dental office building after it hit a road divider in the Orange County city of Santa Ana shortly before 5:30am, Sunday.

Police in Santa Ana, California say that the vehicle was traveling at a "high rate of speed" when it struck the median, which then launched the auto into the dental office. Two people suffered minor injuries as a result of the crash, officials said.

A fire was quickly extinguished after the crash, officials said.

Orange County firefighters, along with a Los Angeles County search and rescue team, removed the vehicle from the building.

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