Bizarre 911 audio after a pilot ejected from a stealth military jet and landed in someone's backyard is raising even more questions about what went down before the jet went down.
As we reported, an F-35 crashed in South Carolina Sunday, after an undescribed "malfunction" caused the pilot to eject from the jet, which was flying at 1,000 feet.
The pilot landed in the backyard of a home, and apparently injured his back. You hear the homeowner super calmly talking to a very confused 911 dispatcher, explaining the pilot needed an ambulance.
The homeowner says, "We got a pilot in the house and I guess he landed in my backyard, and we're trying to see if we could get an ambulance to the house, please."
Then the pilot gets on the horn, saying, "Ma'am, a military jet crashed. I'm the pilot. We need to get rescue rolling," adding, "I'm not sure where the airplane is. It would have crash landed somewhere. I ejected."