A single-engine airplane crashed into a pick-up truck and burst into flames on Freeway 91 after seemingly suffering engine failure.
Miraculously, everyone was able to walk away unharmed.
The California Highway Patrol got several calls regarding a crash on Tuesday.
A vehicle's dashcam captured the moment the plane touched down on the highway before crashing and erupting into flames.
According to reports, there were two passengers on the plane and three in the truck.
Authorities said that the crash could have been a lot worse had it occurred during rush hour.
"Absolutely very fortunate today. The traffic was light, and the pilot appears to have made some good landing navigations and avoided what could have been a very bad tragedy," said CHP Capt. Levi Miller.
The Federal Aviation Authority issued this statement after the crash, "An unidentified small plane landed on the eastbound 91 Freeway near Interstate 15 in Corona, Calif., around 12:30 local time today. Two people were on board. The FAA will investigate. The agency does not identify people involved in aircraft accidents or incidents."