US Navy fire trucks have just arrived at the crash site.
The U.S. Navy Air Force says the cabin crew did not survive the crash.
Their names will not be revealed at this time as officials wait until 24 hours after notifying the next of kin.
Darby said that they were called to the scene at 4:23 p.m. for a downed plane that had likely collided with a home and several vehicles.
The fire was completely extinguished, and there were no reports of injuries among the residents of the house. However, the home and vehicles were severely damaged.
Representatives say the plane has been identified as a US Navy aircraft.
According to the authorities, two people died in the aftermath of the plane crash.
The county attorney is also present.
Baldwin County Police Office sent out a tweet regarding the crash report.
Authorities say a plane crashed in the Foley area off 55 County Road near Mansion Street on Friday afternoon.
Sources say that the structure was set on fire.
Air shots were from pilot Brandon Racing while he was flying over the crash site.