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Two crew dead as US Navy aircraft crashes into Alabama home, sparking fire (VIDEO)

Added 10-23-20 09:37:02pm EST - “A US naval aircraft has come crashing down on a residential neighborhood in Magnolia Springs, Alabama, igniting a major fire. The US Air Force confirmed the crew did not survive. No injuries on the ground have been reported.” -


Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From “Two crew dead as US Navy aircraft crashes into Alabama home, sparking fire (VIDEO)”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

“A US Navy T-6B Texan II aircraft crashed in Foley, Alabama, at approximately 5 pm CST today. The aircrew did not survive the crash. We are not aware of any civilian casualties this time,” US Naval Air Forces reported on Friday afternoon.

Cell phone video from our affiliate @WKRG of a home on fire in Magnolia Springs, Alabama after a Navy aircraft crashed in this neighborhood. Two people are dead, but authorities say no one on the ground was injured.

The single-engine turboprop aircraft crashed into a home on Mansion Street in the small town of Magnolia Springs, Baldwin County, Alabama – directly adjacent to Foley – at around 4:23 pm local time.

Foley Fire Chief Joey Darby said that the blaze impacted a house and several vehicles, which triggered a massive response from emergency services to contain a “large volume of fire." Despite the plane going down in “a heavy populated residential neighborhood,” Darby said that no civilians were injured.

The house that caught fire was “occupied” at the moment of the crash, but all the residents managed  to “safely get out” before it was fully engulfed in flames, Darby told the media.


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