A pilot and passenger walked away unhurt after a single-engine plane clipped a tree and spun around as the pilot tried to make an emergency landing on Keene Road, on a Florida highway.

A 61-year-old pilot, Marc Allen Benedict, and his passenger 55-year-old, Gregory Guinee, took off in the four-seat Rockwell Commander 112 at 9 a.m. from Clearwater Airpark and flew to Zephyrhills Municipal Airport in Florida Sunday morning. 

According to the Tampa Bay Times, Pinellas County deputies said the pair refueled the aircraft at the Zephyrhills Municipal Airport and tried to return to Clearwater Airpark when the crash occurred around 10 a.m. local time.

Two deputies who were responding to an unrelated call for service in the area caught the crash on their dash cam.

In the video, a plane can be seen flying very low over the highway. The left wing of the plane then clips a tree, causing a large branch to fall in the middle of the road. The plane then spins around and comes to a stop on a sidewalk.

Keene Road was blocked until the plane was towed away.

According to officers, Benedict said that he could sense some trouble in the engine while the plane was in the air over the area of Sunset Point Road and Belcher Road area in Clearwater.

Benedict told investigators that he was not sure if he could make it back to Clearwater Airpark and so began to look for a safe place to land. 

According to various reports, both the pilot and his passenger had no injuries. No other injuries were reported.

An investigation into the cause of the crash is being conducted by the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board.  

The cause of the plane crash has not been determined yet.