A Boeing 767-300 airplane made an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Wednesday morning, and the incident was caught on video. A pilot suffered minor injuries, but there were no fatalities.

A FedEx plane reported a mechanical issue before landing at LAX around 4 a.m. The cargo plane only had two people on board, both pilots. One escaped without any injuries while the other was taken to the hospital for a non-life-threatening injury.

LAX reported on Twitter that the Los Angeles Fire Department took the pilot to the hospital to check out a leg injury. He was apparently hurt while evacuating the aircraft.

The mechanical issue was apparently that the left-wing landing gear did not deploy, KABC reports. The problem resulted in a bumpy landing for the FedEx plane. Video from the scene shows that the engine scraped the pavement, causing a trail of sparks on the runway.

Watch the emergency landing starting around the 35-second mark in this video from ABC7:

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the incident.

Due to the global health crisis, there are fewer flights. That means that although a runway was shut down due to the emergency landing, it was not expected to cause any delays.

A representational image of an airplane. AFP / Eric PIERMONT