MIRAMAR, FLA. (WSVN) - It would take a crane to remove the small plane that crashed into a Miramar home on Monday morning.

It wouldn’t be until Wednesday afternoon that it was removed.

Also on Wednesday, the 911 calls from that day were released.

Manyerenuis Moreno called 911 after the plane landed in her house.

“An airplane just fall on top of my house!” she said.

The calls to 911 helped describe what first responders were about to discover as they arrived in this neighborhood.

911: “OK, so is it in your yard? or is it actually on the house?”

“Oh, my God … in my backyard,” said Moreno.

According to authorities, the two people who died on board the plane were 34-year-old flight instructor Antony Rolland Yen and a student, 32-year-old Jordan Hall.

According to police, Yen was instructing Hall on flying.

A 7News viewer sent a video of the plane before it went down.

Just a few moments later, it crashed into a home where a family was inside, but they were not injured.

“Is anyone else inside of the house?” asked the 911 dispatcher.

“No, there’s not anyone,” said Moreno. “I was there with my baby, and I got out.”

“I grabbed him and we ran out, and when I got outside I saw the airplane on top of my roof, so imagine my surprise,” said Moreno.

Hall posted a video days ago on board a plane that looked just like the one he crashed in.

Hall’s mother told 7News that flying was a passion project for her son, and she recalls the time he flew her to the Bahamas for Mother’s Day. He also flew over his grandmother’s home in Ohio as a tribute.

The question now is what went wrong after the plane was seen on video taking off from the airport. It went down shortly after.

Hall’s mother is out of state but is now grieving for her adventurous son who loved to see the world from above.

Yen, on the other hand, posted videos online of him flying, including one where he crash landed in a field, which he and a passenger escaped unharmed.

7Skyforce hovered over the scene where it appeared that the plane had skid across another roof before crashing.

The homeowner, Eve Palmer, said no one was home when the crash happened.

“We haven’t been able to see what’s happened to the roof. I understand there is two big holes and a lot of scrapping because it went sliding, and then from our roof to the nextdoor roof.

Although Moreno and her son were not hurt, they now need to find a place to stay in the meantime.

“We don’t know when we can go back because there’s no power and damage everywhere, the roof is damaged,” she said.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating this crash.

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