Vehicle goes airborne and crashes into the second floor of the building

Crews remove the car from the second floor of the building about 7:50 a.m. on Jan. 14 2018

Crews remove the car from the second floor of the building about 7:50 a.m. on Jan. 14 2018

How often does it happen that you lose control and end up on the second floor of a an office building?

The Orange County Fire Authority says the Nissan Altima hit a center divider early Sunday, soared into the air and plowed into the top floor of the two-story structure in Santa Ana. And the vehicle lodged there as cops and rescuers arrived to extinguish a small fire and help extract one of the occupants, the Orange County Fire Authority noted in a series of tweets.

Both people inside the vehicle were able to get out safely and suffered minor injuries, according to the OCFA.

They added that the driver of the auto "admitted to using narcotics, and will be admitted to a local hospital for observation". He was taken to a hospital nearby for treatment as he suffered minor injuries, the police told.

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A driver from California reported to be high on drugs ended up crashing his auto into the second floor of a building after hitting a median nearby.

The driver, not yet publicly named by police, later admitted that he had been using narcotics.

Fire officials used a crane to pull the vehicle out of the building and bring it down, Horner said.

The vehicle was later removed by the Orange County fire officials with the help of Los Angeles County Urban Search & Rescue team.

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