Two people were able to walk away from a plane crash in Naples Sunday afternoon.It happened around 2:15p.m. on Brandy Pond, which is just south of the Causeway.Police say both people on board are experienced pilots and were out on training exercises when they tried to land their seaplane, and flipped it. It ended up upside down.They suffered only minor injuries, but crews worked furiously to contain fuel leaking from the plane. “The concerns now really area removing the plane from the water with minimal impact on the environment. Naple’s fire department, I think, has that under control. They’ve got the booms out so the plane has been secured so it won’t float anywhere,” said Trooper Steven Green with the Maine State Police.The aircraft, a seven-seater, belongs to a local business that rents out planes and offers training services.The FAA is now investigating, trying to figure out what exactly happened.