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and Barbara Benson, who live in a two story, split foyer home just a short walk from the crash site.
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"I ran outside and it looked like the sun was coming up because of the fire on the hill," he said. "Balls of fire were rolling toward us."
The jet clipped trees around the Bensons' yard, leaving broken plastic and twisted metal on the ground, and took a piece Nike Air Presto Premium Grey of their deck before slamming into a hill.
James Giles said the plane missed his home by a couple of hundred yards, judging from tree damage and debris. He was at work at the time but said it was clear from the scene that the plane was attempting to land on the north south runway that is typically used by much smaller aircraft. Large planes such as the A300 typically aim for the bigger east west runway, he said.
Wimbleduff said it can be unsettling to live so near low flying, big aircraft.
Sharon Wilson, who also lives near the airport, said she was in bed before dawn when she heard what sounded like engines sputtering as the plane went over her house.
The pilots' names were not immediately released. But a man who identified himself as a family member said one of the pilots was Shanda Fanning, a woman in her mid 30s from Lynchburg, Tenn.
The search of the tail area had been delayed because it was still smoldering late Wednesday.
The crash happened in a grassy field where a neighborhood stood until several years ago, when airport officials began buying up and then razing houses to clear the area near the end of the runway.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Investigators found flight recorders on Thursday that could hold important clues about why a UPS jet crashed at Birmingham's airport, killing two pilots.
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"We'll sometimes be outside and joke about being able to throw rocks at them, they're so close," he said.
Residents in a hilly neighborhood near the airport have worried for years about the possibility of a plane crash.
Flight recorders found in deadly UPS plane crash
Other neighbors living near the airfield reported seeing flames coming from the aircraft and hearing its engines struggle in the final moments before impact.
A preliminary investigation indicated the pilots did not make any distress calls, NTSB board member Robert L. Sumwalt said.
But such offers, which began in 1986, weren't made on some of the nearby homes, including that of Cornelius Nike Presto Greedy
UPS spokesman Jeff Wafford said the jet was carrying a variety of cargo. He did not elaborate.
street from the airport property, said the crash shook his house violently. Standing in his driveway, he and his mother could see the burning wreckage.
Wednesday's crash comes nearly three years after another UPS cargo plane crashed in the United Arab Emirates, just outside Dubai. Both pilots were killed. 3, 2010, crash on the jet's load of 80,000 to 90,000 lithium batteries, which are sensitive to temperature. Investigators determined that a fire probably began in the cargo containing the batteries.
Wes Fanning, who said he was the woman's brother in law, said Shanda Fanning had been flying since she was a teenager.
"Hopefully we can get out of here now," said Cornelius Benson.
"They were just trying to get to a landing spot, anywhere," he said.
in 2003 and had logged about 11,000 flight hours over 6,800 flights, Airbus said in a news release.
The voice and flight data recorders were found among the wreckage of the plane that went down as it was attempting to land in Birmingham early Wednesday. The plane slammed into a hillside just short of the runway.
He said officials contacted her mother and that UPS representatives were with the family.
"It was on fire before it hit," said Jerome Sanders, who lives directly across from the runway.
The A300 jet headed from Louisville, Ky., to Birmingham, Ala., landed in a field near the Birmingham Shuttlesworth Airport around daybreak Wednesday, killing the two pilots on board and scattering wreckage over a wide area. The aircraft rained pieces of metal into front yards and sheared off a piece of one family's back deck.
Workers in white coveralls focused Thursday on the tail section of the aircraft where the devices are typically found. In the late morning, one of them emerged from the partially burned section carrying one of the recorders and put it on an all terrain vehicle. Other debris remains on the ground and hasn't been moved.
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