The Drug Enforcement Administration confirmed that an airplane piloted by DEA employees taking part in a training exercise experienced some unspecified problems in the air and the employees were forced to set the plane down in a residential neighborhood in Texas.

Three DEA pilots were on the plane at the time of the crash, according to a DEA spokesperson. All three were hurt, but none of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.

One of the pilots reportedly told responding officers that he chose the spot because he felt it was the safest place to land, according to KHOU-TV.