How The Heck Did This Car Land In The 2nd Floor Of A Building?

Joe Welkie
a car crashed into the second floor of a building
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If you’ve ever seen an action movie, you’ve probably seen a pretty gnarly car chase. Cars will crash all around the hero, and it will lead to some pretty ridiculous-looking scenes where a car will be lodged into the side of a building. It’s all movie magic, right? Nope, a car crashed into the second floor of a building in Santa Ana, California, and the scene looks eerily like something from The Fast and the Furious.

a car crashed into the second floor of a building

The car was speeding and the driver was under the influence of drugs apparently (gee, ya think?), and it soared off a median divider and into the dental office. Thankfully, there were no serious injuries, which is crazy to think about when you look at this picture.

a car crashed into the second floor of a building

“The driver, who admitted to using narcotics, will be admitted to a local hospital for observation,” said Fire Authority in their statement regarding the incident

The authorities are trying to charge the driver with a DUI, but if those charges are never realized, just know that he’s getting a good roasting on Twitter.

a car crashed into the second floor of a building

It’s hard for ex-cons to find jobs, but maybe in this case, there will be a special exception…

a car crashed into the second floor of a building

There is your big reason to never drink and do drugs, kids. You might end up in the second floor of a building, wrecking your car, a dental office, and possibly even your life.

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