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NELLIS AFB, NV - APRIL 25: A United States Marine Corps KC-130 air refueling aircraft lands at Nellis Air Force Base while participating in the Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment 2006 (JEFX 06) April 25, 2006 in Las Vegas, Nevada. JEFX is a biannual test of new systems and technologies by every branch of the military in an attempt to speed their introduction into the modern battlefield. This year's tests involve about 1,400 personnel from the United States, Great Britain, Canada and Australia studying new technologies during mock combat over the Nevada desert and center on finding better ways to communicate critical information between armed forces. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

A plane that was being flown out of Nellis AFB near Las Vegas, NV had a door/access panel fall off the plane and land near a neighborhood.  

One of the residents of the neighborhood gave the local news a full account of what happened.  See below:


ICYMI: AN AIRPLANE DOOR FELL FROM THE SKY????! "I hear a boom!... "I ain't gonna lie, I was scared... "I get my kids... They like 'oh, the airplane...

Official statement from the Nellis AFB is that the plane was being flown from their location but does not belong to the Air Force Base.


MUST WATCH: Man reacts to door falling off a plane, landing near his home

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The Federal Aviation Administration says it received a report that a door fell from an aircraft at the intersection of Pueblo Street and San Miguel Avenue which is near Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, NV.