A bird crashed into a plane's windshield near Houston, which forced the pilot to make an emergency landing.
The mid-air bird strike broke the windshield of the single-engine Cessna 172 in Spring.
The pilot made an emergency landing at David Wayne Hooks Airport.
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An instructor and student were on board. Both were treated for minor injuries.
A man on the ground could be seen holding what appeared to be a dead bird.
The plane is registered to an owner in North Texas, according to Houston NBC affiliate, KPRC.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.