SILVER SPRING, Md. (WJZ) — No snow in Maryland but Monday’s high winds did cause some major problems. A Maryland family’s home was crushed by a huge tree—while they were inside! You can hear the moment of impact captured on 911 tapes.

Christie Ileto has more on those calls for help.

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The home owner called 911, fearing the tree would crash. Seconds into his call, you hear the impact echo through the phone.

Blustery winds sent a giant tree through a home in the 95-hundred block of Woodley Avenue. The home was nearly sliced in two.

Calls for help capture the impact of the falling tree.

“I’m not sure if it’s an emergency or not. I’m just calling because a tree looks like it’s about to fall on my house,” said the homeowner. “It’s actually falling on my house right now…yeah, it just fell on my house.”

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It was a close call for Chris Fisher and his family, who huddled on the opposite side of the home.

“Nobody’s trapped, but the power line is starting on fire,” Fisher said on the call. “Power lines are catching fire.”

“It started a small fire on the left side of the house. Luckily the fire department got here quick and took the fire out and I guess saved the day,” Fisher said.

At the time of the accident, the entire state was under a wind advisory with gusts as strong as Montgomery County and that meant trouble for trees of that size.

“I’m more worried about being put out more than anything,” Fisher said.

The Fishers packed up to leave for an undetermined amount of time as crews work to remove the tree that once anchored their front yard. The family says repairs coudl likely take between two and three months.

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Luckily, no one was injured.