In a bizarre incident, a car became airborne and slammed into the second floor of a building in Orange County, California. As per CBS Los Angeles reports, the driver hit the center divider and the same led the vehicle into the air. As per  Santa Ana Police Department, the crash was reported shortly before 5.30 am near the junction of 17th and French streets. Images by the OCFA showcasing sedan partially jammed into the building soon went viral. As per police reports of Santa Ana the car which had two people inside, was traveling at very high speed and as soon as it hit the median, it flew and banged into the building which has a dentist’s clinic. Also Read - Believe It Or Not: Man Buys Cow Dung Cakes (Goitha) On Amazon & Eats It, Then Posts Review

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After the same, a fire broke out and was extinguished quickly. The white Nissan Altima had crossed three lanes on 17th before it hit a center divider and soared into the air. The members of OCFA soon removed the vehicle from the building. As per Santa Ana police, the driver later admitted that he used narcotics and was admitted to a hospital for observation.  Soon Twitter was abuzz about the same. “I’m guessing the driver was high?,” one of the Twitter users wrote. “Someone needs to do something about these superhero fights,” wrote another. Also Read - Bizarre! Man Shoves Whole Samosa up his Rectum to Sneak it into His Prison Cell

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As per reports, both passengers of the car were removed out of the vehicle safely but they suffered injuries. Fire officials used a crane to remove the car out of the building. The second floor which is the storage area of dental office suffered major damages. What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.