EAST MADISON — No one was hurt when a small single-engine airplane made an emergency landing at mid-morning Thursday on Wesserunsett Lake.

The plane, which had pontoons, landed on the lake after it lost oil pressure about a mile up, according to the pilot.

Pilot Donald Stoppe, 54, said from shore that it was a “good landing.”

Besides Stoppe, of Ashland, New Hampshire, two others were on board.

The plane came to rest near the middle of the lake and was towed to shore by a boat to a spot near a wood manufacturing shop on the south cove of the lake, where there also are airplane hangars. It had leaked a small amount of oil, and emergency crews used cloth booms to clean it up.

The plane, a 1983 Cessna Station Air TU 206G, was not damaged.

Emergency response crews from the Madison, East Madison, Anson and Skowhegan fire departments assisted at the scene, along with Somerset County sheriff’s deputies and personnel from the Anson/Madison Ambulance Service.