A bird struck a twin engine plane flying into Orlando Executive Airport and injured two people Friday, the Federal Aviation Administration said.
The Piper PA-31 was on final approach around 12:45 p.m. when the collision happened.
The bird strike shattered a cockpit window and blood was visible on the plane’s fuselage.
The aircraft landed safely, according to the FAA.
Images from a news helicopter showed paramedics treating two people on the ground. One was the pilot who did not want to be transported to the hospital.
The injuries were not life threatening.