Surveillance video shows vehicle slamming into 2nd floor of dental office

16 January, 2018, 00:54 | Author: Dustin Murphy
  • One person was still trapped inside the vehicle as of 6.45 am Pacific OCFA said

On Sunday afternoon, the vehicle was gone from the building but a giant hole remained on the second floor of the dental office.

Guests at a motel next door woke up to the sound of the auto hitting the office complex, which was thankfully closed at the time.

The sedan's front half was wedged inside the building while the back half hung out about 10 feet above a sidewalk.

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. Both victims are out of the vehicle safely with minor injuries. One of the two people inside the vehicle was able to exit on his own, but emergency workers had to remove the other person, a police spokesman said.


A California motorist was moving so fast when his auto slammed into a center median Sunday that the impact launched the vehicle into the second story of a nearby building - where it stayed lodged for hours as rescuers extricated a person trapped inside.

Two people were in the vehicle.

Weird images show the auto dangling out of the side of the building in Santa Ana, California, after the gravity-defying crash.

Some information in this article was previously reported by the Associated Press.

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