Vehicle flies in the air, crashes into second floor

Posted January 16, 2018

Orange County firefighters carried a woman to safety as a Santa Ana home was consumed by flames Sunday night. It shows a Nissan Altima traveling at a high rate of speed before it slams into a center divider.

The victims suffered minor injuries.

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The driver and passenger in a auto that was apparently speeding were injured after the vehicle crashed into a Santa Ana building and somehow ended up lodged in the second floor, Orange County Fire Authority officials said Sunday.

And, the trapped person has been rescued by Los Angeles County Urban Search and Rescue (USAR).

A fire was quickly extinguished after the crash, officials said.

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According to the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA), two people survived the vehicle crash while one of them was trapped inside until the 6.45 am PT as the incident happened around 5.30 am PT.

The vehicle reportedly crossed three lanes before hitting a centre divider, causing it to fly through the air and land inside the two-storey building.

According to OCFA, two people were present inside the vehicle at the time of the collision.

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