Virginia Beach first responders have released 911 calls following last Friday’s fighter jet crash.
You can hear the panic in many voices all around the city as they connect with 911; reporting a loud boom, fiery wreckage, clouds of smoke and a burning building.
Seven people were hurt when F18 went down into an apartment complex in the 900 block of Birdneck Road. Miraculously, no one was killed.
Virginia Beach 911 reports that there was a 3 minute and 37 second response time. They received the initial 911 call at 12:06:07 and the fire unit was on scene at 12:09:44, said officials.
Click the links below to hear the calls.
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