A U.S. Navy aircraft crashed into a house southeast of Mobile, Alabama and at least two people died according to police.
The Foley Fire Department has confirmed the residents of the house that was hit during the plane crash were not injured despite the substantial damage to the house.
Sources have confirmed the plane that crashed in Baldwin County was a Navy training aircraft being flown out of Naval Air Station Whiting Field.
The Baldwin County District Attorney has confirmed there were multiple fatalities.
Authorities confirm that a home is also on fire as a result of the crash.
It was not immediately clear what type of plane crashed or how many were on board.
The U.S. Department of Defense and the Navy are set to handle the investigation, the sheriff’s office said.