WATCH: WWII-era plane makes emergency water landing at Cocoa Beach Air Show

COCOA BEACH, Fla. — A World War II era aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing in the ocean during the Cocoa Beach Air Show on Saturday.

Officials said a TBM Avenger performing in the warbird parade had a mechanical issue and the pilot was able to bring the plane down close to the shore.

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Rescue personnel were immediately on scene and the pilot is OK, officials said.

Video shows the plane drifting down over swimmers before splashing into the ocean in front of spectators.

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No injures were reported on the ground or in the water.

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