“I gauged the traffic, put it right underneath the overhead power line,” Allsop told the news station.
He said there was a bit of “divine intervention” involved as well.
The plane moved off to the side of the road and no one was injured. There was no major damage to the plane or roadway.
According to Tim Padgett with the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency, the Federal Aviation Administration will be investigating.
In other news:
The creek runs through a country club in Hall County