Car soars into 2nd floor of office building in bizarre California crash

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A California vehicle crash left two injured early Sunday morning when a auto went airborne and hit the second floor of a building. The driver is expected to be admitted to a hospital for an evaluation. KTLA reported that it was a dentist's office.

Officials removed the vehicle from the building Sunday morning. The vehicle had become airborne after hitting the central divide in the road, reportedly at speed while the driver was high on narcotics. A fire was extinguished after the crash.

Daniel Sanchez, a witness, told Los Angles NBC affiliate KNBC, that the driver was able to exit the vehicle, but was dangling in the air before police could catch him.

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"It was insane, it really was", witness Daniel Sanchez told NBC LA.

The driver of the auto managed to get out of the auto but was "left dangling off the bottom of the vehicle until police could catch him".

Orange County Fire Agency shared this photo of a auto which had crashed through the second floor of a building in Santa Ana. There were no other injuries reported.

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