The Alameda County Fire Department tweeted video of the plane:
Firefighters & @CHPcastrovalley at the scene of an aircraft emergency landing on WB I-580 near the 164th Ave exit in unincorporated San Leandro. Pilot & passenger are ok, no injuries. No injuries to bystanders or vehicles. No damage to plane or freeway. Cause under investigation pic.twitter.com/ZhRJXxPk5h— Alameda County Fire (@AlamedaCoFire) August 12, 2018
At 6:46 p.m. on Saturday, a pilot made an emergency landing. He had a woman along as a passenger on the flight.
The pilot told the California Highway Patrol that the fuel line snapped and caused the plane to lose pressure.
ABC7 News caught a glimpse of the plane:
Neighbors told ABC7 News they heard just that before witnessing the bizarre landing.
"It was like, boom, like, a car was going out of gas or something," said neighbor Michelle Williams. "Then it hit the ground and all I can do was just run and scream and say, 'A plane is on our freeway!'"