Two people were injured Monday after a pair of hot air balloons were forced to make emergency landings near Rio Rancho, New Mexico, during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. The injuries are not considered life-threatening.

The annual event runs for nine days in October as hot air balloons and their pilots from around the world descend on the Rio Grande Valley to fill the skies with colorful and unique balloons. Visitors can also participate in photo contests and wood carving competitions, as well as concerts. The event has reportedly drawn over 885,000 visitors and 550 hot air balloons, according to the event’s website.

The first accident involved as a hot air balloon was making its descent when the gondola hit nearby power lines. The gondola suffered some damage before it made a hard landing, throwing the pilot and passenger from it. The gondola continued to be dragged on the ground by the balloon before catching fire moments later.

Emergency responders arrived shortly after and brought the passenger and pilot to a nearby hospital to be treated for injuries. 

The second accident took place shortly after when another hot air balloon got caught on a light pole outside of Albuquerque. The pilot was able to free himself but was carried further into the city because of rough winds. No other injuries were reported.