A 911 call made in the moments after a small plane went down in a Bartlett forest preserve last Friday is shedding some light on the crash."We heard it like you hear a plane coming, and I looked up and it was going sideways," the caller told the operator. "And then all of a sudden I just heard a big, huge crash. Like, I didn't see fire or anything because there's so much, there's so many trees back there."The pilot, 61-year-old Michael Sandman of Bloomingdale reported rudder control problems shortly before the small plane crashed.Sandman was killed. No one else was hurt.