'And they're not human': 911 call describes report of UFO crash, aliens in Las Vegas
"We see there's a, there's like an eight-foot person beside it and another one's inside, and it has big eyes and it's looking at us"
By Sarah Roebuck
LAS VEGAS — If you were to describe what you thought an alien from outer space looked like, what would you say?
A Las Vegas family called 911 claiming to have seen a UFO crash and described what they believed to be aliens standing in their backyard.
The Las Vegas Metro Police Department released 911 calls and body-worn camera video from the call that happened on May 1, ABC7 reports.
In the 911 recording, a man tells the dispatcher that he saw something non-human in his backyard.
The caller reports that he, his father and his brother were working on a truck in his backyard when something crashed and they felt an impact from the crash.
"We just see in the corner of our eye something fall down from the sky, and it was with lights, and when it hit down there was like a big impact, and we felt like an energy? And then we hear like a lot of footsteps near us. And then – we have, like, big – a big equipment, and we see there's a, there's like an eight-foot person beside it and another one's inside, and it has big eyes and it's looking at us," the caller can be heard telling the 911 dispatcher. "They're very large. They're like eight foot, nine-foot, 10 foot."
"And they're not human. One hundred percent, they're not human," the caller adds.
A responding officer said he was looking into the family's claims because another officer saw something in the sky that matched the family’s description just eight minutes earlier, USA Today reports.
“I’m not going to BS, you guys. One of my partners said they saw something fall out of the sky, too, so that’s why I’m kind of curious,” the officer is reported to say. “It’s weird just the fact that our partner saw something at the exact time."
Police said a preliminary investigation was conducted but they were unable to find anything. The case was closed as "unfounded."
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