UPDATE 5:15 p.m. — The fourth victim of the Thursday morning plane crash on the Eglin Reservation has been identified.

Tom Seine died in the crash along with Henry Nowakowski, the pilot, as well as Carolyn and Patsy Nowakowski.

UPDATE 4:35 p.m. — The next of kin for the four family members that died in a Thursday morning plane crash on the Eglin reservation have been notified.

Henry Nowakowski, the pilot, as well as Carolyn and Patsy Nowakowski, were identified as the victims. The fourth victim's name has not been released.

The victim's family members were awaiting their arrival at the Destin Executive Airport, where the plane was approaching before they diverted to Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport.

UPDATE 4:07 p.m. —  Officials have confirmed that four people were killed in the plane that crashed on the Eglin reservation Thursday morning. They had initially reported one fatality, but later learned that four people had boarded the plane in Toledo, Ohio.

Authorities are in the process of notifying next of kin. The victim's names have not been released.

It is unclear whether the bodies have been recovered from the plane, which crashed in a heavily wooded area.

UPDATE 1:05 p.m. — Eglin officials confirmed one person has died after a plane crashed on the Eglin reservation Thursday morning. They did not say whether or not any other people were on board.

A crew of Eglin firefighters reached the aircraft on foot at about noon, according to Eglin Public Affairs officials. The aircraft was still on fire when they got there and officials have not said how many people were on board and whether or not there were any other injuries.

The Federal Aviation Administration has confirmed that the plane is a Beechcraft B-60 aircraft that crashed while it approached Runway 14 at Destin Executive Airport at about 11 a.m.

Flight records indicate the plane departed from the Toledo Express Airport in Toledo, Ohio at 7:15 a.m.  The aircraft is registered to Henry Leasing Company in Ottawa Lake, Michigan.

UPDATE 12:30 p.m. — Several emergency crews are on scene at the corner of State Road 123 and Highway 85 preparing to provide a briefing on the Eglin plane crash.

Bulldozers could be seen at the site near the wooded area.

General Bond Boulevard is back open at this time.

UPDATE 12:17 p.m. — First responders have closed down General Bond Boulevard due to the plane crash. Emergency responders were seen speeding up State Road 123.

UPDATE 11:34 a.m. — Eglin officials confirmed the aircraft that crashed was a civilian plane and not a military plane. They did not know how many people were on board.

UPDATE 11:21 a.m. — Eglin officials said it appears the plane crashed about two miles off the end of the runway on Eglin Air Force Base, near the skeet range off Ranger Camp Road. The fire department is investigating it at the moment but it’s unknown if anyone is on scene.

Scanner chatter indicated the plane had crashed in a heavily wooded area and it was difficult for first responders to access the scene.

Eglin Public Affairs Spokesman Andy Bourland said it appeared the plane had been en route to Destin Executive Airport and then turned back toward the Eglin runway for an unknown reason just before the crash.

A Fort Walton Beach Medical Center spokeswoman said the hospital was prepared to accept patients but had no other information.

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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE — A small propeller-driven plane has crashed north of the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport on Eglin property, according to Okaloosa County.

Eglin officials confirmed to the Northwest Florida Daily News they had responded to a possible plane crash on the military reservation in Okaloosa County.

Police scanner chatter indicated that a private plane bound for the Destin Executive Airport disappeared from air traffic controller's radars at approximately 11 a.m.

The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office said they received a call about an "aircraft incident" at 11:10 a.m. Units were responding to Ranger Camp Road and Lewis Turner Boulevard.

Team Eglin first responders are heading to the scene, along with first responders from Okaloosa County EMS.

All information is preliminary at this point. We will update this story with new information as it becomes available.