US Navy training plane crashes in Alabama, 2 pilots killed

Foley: Florida ( An aircraft of the US Navy ( US Navy ) in flight training from Florida ) Alabama Friday. ( crashed near the Alabama residential area ), killing two people on board.

Zach Harrell, a spokesman for the Naval Air Forces commander, said both men aboard the T-6B Texan 2 training plane were killed. The names of the dead have not yet been disclosed. There are no reports of victims on the ground.

Fire chief in Foley, Joey Darby, said that after the plane crashed, it caught fire and many cars and houses were engulfed, but firefighters soon caught fire. . The plane crashed in the town of Magnolia Springs near the town of Foley.

Harrell said there is a residential area near where a large number of people live. He said no firefighters were injured in this incident. Navy spokeswoman Julie Jigenhorn said the plane took off 48. 28 kilometers northeast of Pensacola, Florida. Flown from Whiting Field ‘. The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that the United States Department of Defense and Navy would be investigating the incident.


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