A US Navy plane crashed into a bay in Hawaii. An underwater video shows its tires making contact with a coral reef.

KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii – Tires from a huge jet that has been trapped in a Hawaii bay for more than a week are sitting on parts of a reef

according to a video published Wednesday by the US Navy as it works out a way to remove the plane.

The nine persons on board were not injured when the plane landed in shallow water at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe Bay on Nov. 20.

Honolulu is around 10 miles (16 kilometers) away from the base. The Navy is looking into what led the plane to miss the runway.

The film shows "two points of contact the aircraft has with the coral and the remainder of the aircraft floating above," according to the Navy. 

 Tires are seen on the coral while tiny fish swim through rock cracks in the video.

According to Rear Adm. Kevin Lenox, a Navy team extracted nearly all of the plane's estimated 2,000 gallons (7,500 liters) of fuel.

Cmdr. Mark Anderson, who is in charge of the Navy's mobile diving and recovery unit at the site, stated that the plane was resting on a mix of coral and sand. 

The left engine is supported by coral. The plane rises slightly with the tide

so the plane's whole weight is not on the coral, he explained on Monday.

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