Luckily, no one was hurt.

Landon Lucas, 18, safely landed a single-engine plane on a Jersey Shore after suffering from some engine trouble, according to reports. Lucas is a pilot for Paramount Air Service and was pulling a banner near Ocean City, New Jersey. He had to ditch the banner in the ocean before making an emergency landing on the bridge.

He was attempting to return to Ocean City Municipal Airport, but only made it as far as Route 52 Causeway. This is when Lucas saw a space in between traffic and landed the plane. No injuries to himself or anyone on the bridge, and no damage was done to the page.

Crews will take off the plane's wings and tow it away.

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