Upon his return to Concord, he began recording the landing for a later inspection with the instructor. At just 10 miles (16 km) away from the airport, the Cessna encountered some engine issues.
Keep in mind that the pilot was 2,200 ft (670 m) up when that happened. In the footage taken by Brian, you can see the RPM suddenly drop. Not only that, but the oil pressure also dropped. That's when he contacted the Concord tower to communicate that he's losing the engine and needs to perform an emergency landing.
Even though the runway was cleared up for landing, the pilot still had a good 9 miles (14 km) distance to get there. Shortly after he saw that he had lost the engine power, you can see the terrifying moment when the propellers came to a full stop.
Brian needed to act quickly, so he chose to maintain the airplane speed and land on the nearest field. It's incredible to see how he managed to pull that textbook emergency landing. You can see the brave pilot in full action in the video below, along with more technical explanations of what he did to survive the incident.