15 January, 2018
Officers in California responded to an unusual call on Saturday night, when they arrived at a scene involving a sedan wedged into a dental office. The incident unfolded in the 300 block of East 17th Street in Santa Ana, CBS Los Angeles reports.
A vehicle slammed into the second floor of a building in Orange County, California, early Sunday morning.
Santa Ana is located just southeast of Anaheim.
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Their vehicle then apparently "went airborne and landed into the building", the Orange County Fire Agency tweeted Sunday. A fire that sparked as a result of the crash was also extinguished, officials said.
A driver, a passenger and a vehicle wound up stuck in the second story of a Santa Ana building this weekend, authorities reported Sunday.
The OFCA rescued the driver and passenger from the vehicle, according to the Police Department, and both suffered only minor injuries. He or she was later removed from the vehicle.
Public Works was summoned to examine the integrity of the structure and Los Angeles County Fire Department arrived with a large wrecker truck to remove the auto from the building.