Car Crashes Into 2nd Floor Window?
Sometimes the unthinkable happens and you get into an accident. It’s a tragedy. Then there are times like this where you get into an accident and think no one is going to believe me. A white Nissan Altima sailed through the air and crashed into the second story of a dentist office.
The California driver was on drugs and clearly wanted to get really high so he decided to hit a median and hit it just right. Upon impact into the dental office, the car burst into flames. “Officers were dispatched at 5:25 a.m. to the 300 block of East 17th Street. Investigators determined that the motorist had been speeding north on French Street, approaching 17th Street. The sedan then struck the raised center median on 17th Street, which launched the vehicle into the air.”
Luckily firefighter rushed to the scene and quickly put out the fire. The driver was able to get out of the wrecked vehicle but the passenger was stuck. It took the passenger an additional hour and a half to get out of the car with help.
“This is not a situation that happens every day,” Capt. Stephen Horner of the Orange County Fire Authority told the Post by phone Sunday. “A vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed hit the center divider went airborne and landed on the second floor of a small office building.”
Check Out The Scene Of The Accident Below.
Fortunately, the dental office was closed at the time of the crash. The car was a chore to remove from the building, a crane was called in to dislodge it from the building. There is not any information yet as to what the driver is going to be charged with or if the Dental Office’s insurance will be willing to accept the story of how a car crashed into the second story of their building.