Published: Mon, January 15, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Speeding vehicle goes airborne, crashes into second floor of California building

Speeding vehicle goes airborne, crashes into second floor of California building

The accident occurred in the 300 block of E. 17th Street.

Bay Area reported that around 5:30 a.m., a white sedan crashed into a centered median, which launched the vehicle into the second floor of an Orange County, Calif. dentist offices building.

Santa Ana is located just southeast of Anaheim.

Santa Ana is located about 35 miles south of Los Angeles.

An L.A. County Fire Department Urban Search and Rescue crane lifts a Nissan Altima out of the second floor of a dentist office in Santa Ana on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018.

Two people were injured when their vehicle, which police say was traveling at a high rate of speed, went airborne Saturday night (Jan. 14) and crashed into the second floor of a building in Santa Ana, California, KTLA reports.

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Authorities said a white sedan was traveling at an excessive rate of speed and hit a median on 17th St.

The driver struck a raised center median on 17th Street, launching the vehicle into the air. Public works officials also responded to the crash to examine the integrity of the building.

According to a spokesperson for Orange County Fire, the driver of the auto hit the center divider, c causing the vehicle to go airborne and land into the building.

The incident caused a small fire that injured one person, who managed to get out of the sedan unassisted, the OCFA said.

Officers will submit a DUI/Narcotics case to the Orange County District Attorney's office, police said.

As the sun came up in California, officials in the Los Angeles County Urban Search & Rescue team helped Orange County fire officials remove the auto from the building.

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