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A scary flight ends with a safe landing after a Florida pilot's windshield is shattered by a bird!

Rob Weber didn't know his home video would feature a surprise guest appearance and capture the moment a bird would come crashing through the small plane's windshield, right into his cockpit.

Weber was flying over Fort Myers on Saturday, Feb. 22, when the incident took place.

The pilot was able keep remain calm and safely land the aircraft.

Weber suffered a minor cut on his forehead and didn't require medical attention.

Weber says that he is anxious to have repairs made so that he can get back to flying.

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