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Video - restored WW2 ditches into the sea at Florida beach after engine failure

The restored WW2 plane's engine cut out during an air show at Florida over the weekend.

It's owned by a private aviation museum, which announced:

We have had several questions regarding the museum's TBM Avenger and her mishap during Cocoa Beach Airshow. The pilot performed the safest ditch maneuver possible, and landed the plane just offshore from Patrick Space Force Base. He was taken to the hospital after walking away from the incident, and he has been released with no injuries.
The Valiant Air Command, Inc. thanks you all for your kind thoughts and prayers.
 
It looks to me that the pilot did a great job of avoiding people and property, while ditching in such a way as to make the plane easily salvaged.
 
Well done that man.
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