Firefighters in Minnesota rescued a pilot after the small plane he was flying became entangled in a high-voltage power line upside down.

Yeah, because simply becoming tangled up in power lines wasn't exciting enough for this guy. He had to be upside down, too.

Scott County Sheriff's Office, Facebook

The good news is that the pilot survived, as did his rescuers.

ABC News:

The pilot, 65-year-old Thomas Koskovich of Shakopee, Minnesota, was not injured in the crash, authorities said.

He was rescued after the power was cut off to the lines, St. Paul ABC affiliate KSTP reported.

"This incident could have been much worse," Sheriff Luke Hennen said in a statement. "We are grateful the pilot was able to walk away without any injuries."

Photos released by the sheriff's office show the plane dangling from the power line as emergency crews work to get Koskovich out of the aircraft. It is unclear what caused the plane to crash. The Federal Aviation Administration is conducting an investigation.