Airplane filmed spinning out of control on New Hampshire ice runway

A pilot landing a plane on an ice runway in New Hampshire had a scary moment when the aircraft began to spin out of control.

Anne Morrell was live-streaming the Alton Bay Seaplane Base on Lake Winnipesaukee, the only FAA-approved ice runway in the lower 48 states, to show friends what it looks like when the planes make the scary landing, NH1 reports.

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As a small plane flying in from Connecticut went to land Sunday morning, it crashed into a snowbank and spun around a few times before coming to a stop.

The nose and propeller were significantly damaged but neither the pilot nor passenger were hurt, according to NH1.

The plane had to be removed from the ice Monday morning.

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Under normal conditions, the runway is described as good, but “a little bumpy in spots” and attracts several hundred pilots each winter.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.