ABC7, AP Just-released 911 calls from when a military jet crashed into an apartment complex in Virginia Beach Friday reveal the fear of those near the scene.
"We just had a jet explode on Birdneck ...," a caller said to a 911 operator. "The place, it's on fire. I don't know. Get everybody out there."
Navy officials have also started providing compensation to those affected by the crash.
Navy representatives opened a legal office at the Virginia Beach Law Enforcement Training Academy on Monday for affected residents to drop off forms and pick up their checks. Initial payments start at $2,300 for an individual resident, with more going to residents with families.
The information center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. this week.
Residents aren't being permitted back into the apartment complex until the cleanup is complete, but should talk with on-site fire officials about valuables. Residents' towed cars were available for pickup Monday.
Dozens of apartment units were destroyed when the F/A-18D Hornet careened into the Mayfair Mews apartment complex, but no one died.
The cause of the accident remains under investigation.