Pilot makes emergency landing on busy canada's motorway

A Pilot made a death-defying emergency landing on a busy motorway - between cars after his aircraft malfunctioned.

After he calmly merged with traffic on a highway near Quebec City in Canada, impressed people praised him for being as “cool as a cucumber” after his James Bond-like manoeuvre.

Incredibly, the Piper Cherokee pilot emerged uninjured, according to local firefighters who were called to the bizarre incident.

But other motorists on Highway 40 were amazed by the unexpected landing.

A stunned Mathieu Leclerc filmed the unique addition to the busy road in Canada.

His clip shows the Piper PA-28 Cherokee flying directly over traffic, somehow missing signs and vehicles before touching down in one piece.

Sergeant Helene Nepton, provincial police, told the National Post the plane landed without a glitch.

The aircraft was believed to have been heading for Jean Lesage International Airport, as it landed south of the site.

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