Authorities on Tuesday released the 911 calls made, following the Aug. 14 crash of a UPS cargo plane near the Birmingham airport. One woman is heard excitedly telling a 911 operator about the crash, saying it appeared the plane broke up. Another caller tells 911 that there was a "big ole blaze, and then a crash." Police say a total of eight calls were made, starting at 4:48 AM. Two pilots were killed when the plane went down. The NTSB is still investigating the cause.