Newly released footage shows the moment a small plane made an emergency landing on Route 72 in Stafford, New Jersey, on Sunday, July 12.
Five people, including students from a local skydiving center, were on board the single-engine plane when it lost power and was forced to land.
An initial investigation by Stafford police indicated that the plane lost power before it was forced to make the dramatic landing. One skydiver was treated for a cut on his arm. No other vehicles were damaged.
“The bridge, which connects the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato, appears to go straight into the sky and suddenly drop off. Built high so that fishing boats can pass underneath, the structure fortunately isn’t quite as steep as it looks.
Nearly a mile long, the bridge has a gradient of 6.1 percent on one side and 5.1 percent on the other, according to Yahoo. Cars gradually ascend, making it less scary for drivers than the bridge appears when photos are taken from a straight-on angle. In pictures, Eshima Ohashi definitely earns its “roller coaster bridge” nickname.” Source