Navy training plane crashes into Alabama home killing crew

1 month ago

Baldwin County news, Alabama news.

A tragic plane crash in Alabama has cost the lives of two people on board when a training navy jet hit a home on Friday evening.

According to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, the dead are the two crew members of the plane and no civilians were harmed after the involved residence caught flames.

The plane, a US Naval aircraft, was identified as a T-6B Texan II aircraft. It crashed at around 5 p.m. near Magnolia School, Magnolia Springs.

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  • In addition to the home, many vehicles were damaged, Foley Fire Chief Joey Darby said. Witnesses shared horrific footage from the scene depicting ravaging flames and thick smokes.

    “It is with a heavy heart that we mourn two of our pilots who lost their lives during an aircraft crash in Alabama today,” Air Training said in a statement. “Our deepest sympathy goes to their family and friends at this difficult time.”

    The identities of the victims were not made public pending family notification.