An award winning pilot is forced to make an emergency landing on a busy Minnesota interstate, only hitting one car and injuring none.
Footage from the Minnesota Department of Transportation shows the moment 52-year-old Craig Gifford miraculously landed the plane on 35W.
The single-engine Bellanca Viking plane landed and hit a vehicle, temporarily closing part of the highway Wednesday night in the St. Paul suburb of Arden Hills, officials said.
'While this isn't *quite* what we mean by a "multimodal transportation system," we're glad no one was injured and are impressed by the pilot's effort to zipper merge from above,' the MnDOT said in a Facebook post.
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