Authorities say a pilot was capable of safely land his small aircraft within the parking zone of a northern Indiana manufacturing unit after its engine stalled.
Indiana State Police say the aircraft had simply taken off Monday night from the Fulton County Airport in Rochester and had flown for about 500 ft when the engine stalled.
The pilot was then capable of glide the aircraft into the parking zone of Lau Industries, which is simply throughout a street from the airport.
Police say the pilot suffered a minor reduce to his eye. He was the one individual on the aircraft and nobody else was injured.
The aircraft was taken to an airport hangar to be inspected.