Authorities were called to the scene of a small plane crash in Upshur County Saturday night.
It happened just after 5:30 p.m. on Brushy Fork Road outside of Buckhannon.
The Upshur County Sheriff's Department said James Meadows, 30, of Hendersonville, Tennessee was flying a Cirrus SR 22 aircraft to Pennsylvania when he heard a bang and his engine failed.
The plane was equipped with a Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) which Meadows deployed, according to deputies.
The plane came down and struck a truck driven by Billy King, 42, that was passing by on Brushy Fork Road. The plane ended up on Brushy Fork Road between Jenkins Ford and Buckhannon Toyota.
Meadows and King are both uninjured.
"I must have an angel looking over me somehow," said King of the close call. "I've been everywhere, but never had anything like this happen to me."
King moved from Greenbrier County, and lives in Upshur County. King was on his way to work in Jane Lew when the accident happened.
"I didn't see nothing, all I heard was a boom, and I thought it was one of those poles giving away because of the cold, I looked around and seen this plane and said oh my," King said.
"He called me, and I said oh lord what's going on? A plane had landed on my truck," said Delvia King, Billy's wife. "And I said a plane landed your truck? He said, there's a plane that hit my truck seriously."
The Buckhannon Volunteer Fire Department and West Virginia State Police assisted at the scene.
The plane was following a second plane, a Grumman aircraft, which was preparing to land at the Upshur County Regional Airport to refuel.
Deputies said the Cirrus SR 22 will be taken to the Upshur County Regional Airport so the FAA can continue to investigate.