A dramatic rescue in Southern California.
This is how things looked Sunday morning after a car slammed into the second floor of an office building.
Rescuers trying to communicate with the people inside the car.
The rescue was delicate: it took more than two hours to safely free two people from the vehicle.
Police say the driver was traveling northbound on "French Street" in Santa Ana, when his car hit the center median - sending it into the air.
Police believe the driver might have been speeding right before the crash.
The people inside the car escaped with minor injuries.
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