A driver teenager had to make an emergency landing on a New Jersey bridge Monday afternoon after the plane suffered an engine malfunction. Landon Lucas, 18, was flying a banner plane over the southern New Jersey coastline when he realized his plane's airbox was hanging from the spring, preventing a smooth flow of fuel onto his plane . Lucas said he attempted to land at Ocean City Municipal Airport, but as the airbox continued to malfunction, he knew he was going to be unable to reach his. intended destination. He told CNN that after realizing this his top priority was to find a place where he could land safely.e and immediately. It was a little stressful, Lucas said. You are in the danger zone. I was too excited to land. You just have to, you have to land. The Ocean City Police Department and the FAA arrived at the scene to inspect the aircraft shortly after The FAA and National Safety Transportation Board will investigate the incident, the FAA said. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) confirmed to CNN that Lucas was ab to land him on a Highway 52 highway bridge.near Ocean City, New Jersey. The freeway connects Ocean City with mainland New Jersey. Read more A single-engine Piper J3C-65 Cub landed on the Route 52 bridge ... after the pilot declared an emergency at 12:37 local time on Monday, the FAA said in a report. communicated. Doug Bergen, public information manager for Ocean City, said Tuesday that there was no damage to the aircraft or vehicle drivers on the bridge. Lucas, who was the only person on the plane, said he suffered no injuries. There was no cratch, just traffic, he said. 'Ocean City and the FAA arrived at the scene to inspect the plane shortly after it landed. The FAA and the National Safety Transportation Board will investigate the incident, the FAA said. CNN's Artemis Moshtaghian contributed to this report.