"Get out!": 911 tape of plane hitting Fla. store

First responders from DeLand Fire Department, Volusia County Fire Services, EVAC and DeLand Police Department work the scene of a small plane crash at the Publix Supermarket on East International Speedway Boulevard, in DeLand, Fla., on April 2, 2012.
Peter Bauer,AP Photo/The Daytona Beach News-Journal

Updated 2:23 PM ET

(CBS/AP) ORLANDO, Fla. - A man is heard yelling "Get out! Get out!" in 911 tapes from the crash of a small experimental plane into a Florida grocery store that left five people injured.

Emergency dispatch tapes released Tuesday captured the panic as customers fled the store a day earlier. The plane came through the roof of a Publix supermarket in DeLand, about 40 miles north of Orlando.

Three customers were hurt, and two people aboard the plane were hospitalized in Orlando. All of the injuries came from burns, said Luke Schiada, an investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board.

The amphibious Sea Wind 3000 plane encountered problems shortly after taking off from the DeLand Municipal Airport, less than two miles from the shopping center. Investigators weren't sure where the plane was heading.

The plane is made of composite material and was amateur-built in 2002. It seats four people but only two people from Illinois were aboard, said Schiada, who didn't identify them.

CBS News affiliate WKMG Orlando had reported the people in the plane as being Thomas Rhoades and Kim Presbrey, according to police; and that the three customers who were in the store and injured have been identified as Lisa Cordova, April Morris and Brendan Beitler. Both Cordova and Morris were later released from the hospital while Beitler is in stable condition.

Fire consumed most of the plane, which plunged through the roof and landed between two aisles in the middle of the store. The plane didn't have a black box but investigators may be able to use the plane's GPS system to learn more about what happened, Schiada said.

Listen to the 911 tapes from the crash incident courtesy of CBS Station Miami WFOR below:

Marleny Arevalo, a manager at a nearby Taco Bell fast food restaurant, said she didn't hear or see the crash but customers entering the outlet reacted with shocked looks moments afterward.

"They said, "Something's burning!" she told The Associated Press by telephone.

Arevalo said she quickly ran with another employee to the shopping center and saw flames in the air shooting from near the back of the Publix supermarket.

"There was a lot of smoke. When I first saw it, there was fire in the air and then it was just a lot of black smoke," she said, adding she tried to go behind the supermarket where fire officials blocked the area. She said they also blocked surrounding roads for hours afterward.

Roth Peeler, who lives about 300 feet behind the store, told the Orlando Sentinel he saw the plane go down.

"A small ... yellow plane spiraled right down and through the roof and just exploded," Peeler said. "Not a piece of the plane came out. It's all in the store."

"I went around the front and saw people running out of the store and trying to get into their cars and out of the parking lot," he added.

It wasn't immediately clear how many people were in the shopping center at the time of the crash or where exactly the plane had struck the supermarket.

"It's a miracle (that no one was killed in the crash). That's all I can say," said DeLand police Lt. Jack Waples, as reported by WKMG Orlando.

Broadcast station WFTV reported on its website that Publix employees who declined identification looked up after the plane crashed through the roof.

The station reported that workers saw the pilot and a passenger climb from the plane with their clothing on fire. The report added that a manager in the supermarket meat department was able to put out the fire in their clothes and rush them outside for help.

The report said both of the plane's occupants were severely burned and three other adult shoppers in the store were taken to a local hospital where one was treated and released. The report said none of the shoppers had life-threatening injuries, quoting an unnamed hospital official.

A dark column of smoke wafted from the supermarket rooftop after the crash. About 20 fire trucks at one point crowded about the complex. Firefighters atop a truck's extension ladder poured streams of water on the flames.

Kathleen Bergen, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, told The Associated Press in an email that the FAA did not provide air traffic services for the flight and had no information on the plane, its flight or those aboard.

A call by AP to Publix at its Lakeland, Fla., headquarters was not answered Monday evening. Its website says it has 748 store locations in Florida and dozens more in four other Southern states, the largest employe-owned supermarket chain in the U.S.