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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 Crash Lands at SFO: NEW VIDEO Air Traffic Control & SFFD Dispatch #Audio #SFOCrash #MCI #SFO, #SFOFire

Asiana's Boeing 777 Crash-Lands at SFO

Asiana Airlines has established telephone numbers for inquiries regarding the crash of flight #214 at SFO. In the U.S.: 1 800 227 4262.

ALL 307 passengers and crew accounted for, with 2 dead

UPDATE 6:30: Per SFFD 307 people on board Asiana Airlines Flight 214, only one remains unaccounted for, authorities told reporters.Two people died and 181 were taken to hospitals Saturday after the Boeing 777 crashed on arrival to San Francisco International Airport.

An Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul, South Korea, crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, killing at least two people, injuring dozens of others and forcing passengers to jump down the emergency inflatable slides to safety as flames tore through the plane.
In addition to the two deaths in the crash at San Francisco International Airport, dozens of passengers were "unaccounted for", said San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-Whites.

“This is a work in progress,” she said, adding the investigation has been turned over to the FBI and that terrorism has been ruled out. She said at least 48 people were initially transported from the scene to area hospitals.

SFFD Dispatch recording for "Plane crash" Mass Casualty Incident MCI at SFO:
Watch live video from Chicago Fire / IFERN on

From Twitter:  @BenLevy74 who was on the plane that crashed in SF h/t @joshlevscnn #SFO #777
From Twitter:  who was on the plane that crashed in SF h/t #777
Air Traffic Control Audio:

Asiana Airlines' Flight 214 crashed while landing on runway 28 left at 11:26 PDT. 

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UPDATE 6:00: Per SFFD  2 DOA and only 1 still unaccounted for at SFO.

UPDATE 2:35: Per SFFD  confirms two dead, 61 injured today. aircraft crash at , is extinguished

UPDATE 12:35: Per SFFD 2 dead, 61 injured. Telephone numbers for inquiries regarding of flight #214 at . In Korea: 080 669 8000

SBS-1 track of SFO crash
Radar track of downed Boeing 777 aircraft
The tail broke off on landing, the tail of the Boeing 777 operated by Asiana Airlines (Flight 214 from Seoul) apparently hit rock jetty just before the runway.

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