US Navy Aircraft Crashes into Alabama House, Two Pilots Killed
A US Navy aircraft crash southeast of Mobile, Alabama, has resulted in the deaths of at least two people, according to statements provided by local authorities.
“No civilians were injured on the ground,” the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office said of the Magnolia Springs crash on Twitter Friday evening. Two individuals, presumably US Navy pilots, were confirmed dead following the crash.
Baldwin County's Magnolia Springs is approximately 35 miles from Florida's Naval Air Station Pensacola and less than 48 miles from ST Engineering, the location of US President Donald Trump's Friday night campaign rally.
Video footage and images from the scene have emerged on social media.
Be advised that the footage below contains language that may offend some audiences.
The impacted area was struck by Hurricane Sally a few weeks prior.