DANA POINT (CBSLA) – A small plane made an emergency landing on a beach in Dana Point Saturday afternoon, officials said.

The Orange County Fire Authority responded to the call at Doheny State Beach just after 2 p.m.

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There were no injuries reported and no damage to the plane.

On Saturday evening the plane was being taken apart so it could be safely towed away.

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The Orange County Fire Authority says the pilot told them he lost power and had to get it down.

The 65-year-old pilot and his nephew had been out for an hour flight and were returning to John Wayne Airport when it happened.

A troop of Boy Scouts was camping on the beach for two nights. They saw the landing happen and jumped into action.

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The plane will likely be there overnight as they get it ready for transport.