NEW YORK - Passengers aboard a flight that touched down at New York's JFK Airport Saturday are counting their blessings.
Part of the plane's landing gear was stuck, which made for an extremely rough landing.
One of the passengers recorded the bumpy touch-down.
While a flight attendant yelled to stay down, sparks coulc be seen out a window as one of the wings dragged along the tarmac.
There were 60 passengers on the Delta connection flight operated by Atlantic Southeast Airlines.
No one was hurt and they exited through the main door of the plane.
Authorities are investigating the landing gear problem.