04/10/2012 09:29 am ET Updated Apr 10, 2012

Navy Jet Crash 911 Tapes: Audio Of Calls Released

An F/A-18D U.S. Navy jet slammed into an apartment complex on Friday, April 6, 2012, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, sending flames shooting into the air and smoke billowing from the crash site. On Tuesday, panicked calls placed to 911 immediately after the crash were released.

"You see a ton, a ton of smoke -- just black, black smoke just billowing and billowing out," one distraught caller reported.

Another clip records the conversation between a 911 operator and a caller after one of the pilots landed on a resident's porch.

"The pilot is on your patio?" the first responder asks over the phone. "Yes, and nobody's here!" the woman responds.

Remarkably, no one was killed in the crash, however dozens of people were displaced from their homes.

On Monday, the Navy began compensating residents of the apartment complex. According to the LA Times, payments start at $2,300 per person to "help pay for housing, meals and clothing."

The jet's flight incident recorder -- similar to a 'black box' -- reportedly has been recovered. reports that it has been sent to Maryland for analysis.

You can listen to more 911 calls in the video above, or watch footage of the crash below.

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