MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — A World War II-era plane has crashed and burst into flames on a runway at a West Virginia air show.

Officials reported no injuries Saturday among spectators at the airfield. Details on the pilot’s condition were unavailable.

The crash comes a day after a stunt pilot in Nevada crashed at an air show there, killing nine.

West Virginia Air National Guard spokesman Lt. Nathan Mueller says the T-28 aircraft crashed while it performed during a routine at the Thunder over the Blue Ridge and Open House and Air Show.

A Federal Aviation Administration registry says the plane is registered to John Mangan of Concord, N.C. A message at Mangan’s home was not immediately returned.

The Journal of Martinsburg ( ) reports the aircraft lost control during a six-plane stunt formation.