A 64-year-old man walked away with no injuries after the plane he was flying crashed.

The crash happened around 1 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, a short distance from the Red Sucker Lake airport. 

A plane flying over the area noticed the downed plane and contacted emergency personnel.

Two RCMP officers, along with a pilot from Customs Helicopter, flew to the area and located the float plane. 

The plane was unable to land due to a bog but was able to hover over the ground long enough to rescue the pilot.

The 64-year-old male pilot was the only occupant on the plane and was not physically injured.

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has been notified and is investigating.