WATCH: Off-Duty Cocoa Beach Police Officer Helps Pull Child to Safety As Shark Approaches

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ABOVE VIDEO: Off-Duty Cocoa Beach Police Officer Helps Pull Child to Safety As Shark Approaches.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – An off-duty police officer in Florida jumped into the ocean to pull a boogie-boarding boy to safety after a shark was spotted swimming toward the child in a heart-pounding video.

Cocoa Beach Police Officer Adrian Kosicki was walking along the beach with his wife on Thursday when they noticed a shark approaching the boy in the shallows just offshore, police wrote on Facebook.

Police shared a bystander’s video showing a shark fin cutting through the water’s surface as it swims toward the boy.

“Hey buddy! Hey, there’s a shark right there,” an onlooker says before another shouts, “There he is!”

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