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Discussion in 'Newsstand' started by tom911, Jul 6, 2013.
Asiana 777. Details still coming in.
KTVU live video. Reporter says there was a tail strike on landing, tail broke off, and plane continued down runway catching fire.
Been very windy at the top of the Bay today so they may have the same high winds down there.
Differing reports--one station says a cargo plane and another says 300-400 passengers.
Youtube video shows fuselage intact but I don't see the tail. Slides deployed. If it was a cargo plane, would the slides deploy?
presently live on ABC news.
SFFD spokesperson tells KTVU they have 45 units on scene. There are 3 airport fire stations.They don't have info on number of passengers on board.
Dramatic views of aircraft on CNN
KCBS reporting 291 passengers on board.
One of which is a Samsung exec who tweeted.
Another article said that there are people who are trapped inside ...
Thankfully all 291 passengers and crew off safely. More details found. Landed short on breakwater, hard and plane veered off r/w L28. Post exac fire.
More recent stories are saying two dead.
WA tweeted: SF General Hospital reporting 10 critical injuries, 8 adults, 2 kids; 6 female, 4 male. #OZ214