On Saturday 1:30 a.m. local time, an airplane landed on a runway in a Guyana airport, slid off the path, and broke into two parts in a bizarre crash that left 100 people injured, reported ABC News.

All of the 163 people on board the plane survived the crash.

Officials are still unclear as to why the plane slid off the runway or broke in half. However, at the time of the landing, it was raining and dark outside, which could possibly have played a role in the accident.

The plane took off from John F. Kenny International Airport in New York, stopped in Trinidad and Tobago, and landed in Guyana's capital city of Georgetown.

The carrier was Caribbean Airlines, the national airline of Trinidad and Tobago, and the plane was a Boeing 737.

Below are pictures and a video of the accident.