MACEDON, N.Y. (CBS/AP) — The pilot of a single-engine plane safely landed in a field behind a western New York home after the engine iced-up.

Jeremiah Coholan and his passenger, Richard Medeiros, took off from New Bedford, Massachusetts, on Thursday. They were approaching the Rochester area around 1:45 p.m. when the engine of their Cessna began seizing up as ice clogged the carburetor.

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Coholan says he looked for a place to land and found the small, snow-covered field behind a home in the Wayne County village of Macedon, 10 miles east of Rochester.

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The plane landed safely. The two men weren’t injured.

State police say Federal Aviation Administration representatives went to the scene to inspect the plane.

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