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Asiana Airlines Flight 214 (2013)

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  • Asiana pilot knew plane was in trouble, crash investigators say

    Asiana pilot knew plane was in trouble, crash investigators say
    SAN FRANCISCO -- One of the pilots on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 told investigators that he knew the ill-fated flight was coming in too low into San Francisco International Airport and tried to correct the path. At a press conference Tuesday, the...
  • 2 flight attendants were ejected from Asiana plane during crash

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Two flight attendants were ejected from the rear section of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 when it crashed Saturday at San Francisco International Airport but survived, federal investigators said Tuesday. Deborah A.P. Hersman, chairwoman of...
  • Asiana plane crash: A Stanford Hospital's disaster drill paid off

    Asiana plane crash: A Stanford Hospital's disaster drill paid off
    SAN FRANCISCO — The staff at Stanford Hospital conducted a disaster drill a few weeks ago, a routine reminder for doctors and nurses on what to do if patients started pouring in. Those skills were put to the test Saturday afternoon, when the...
  • Asiana crash not expected to damage airline long-term

    Asiana crash not expected to damage airline long-term
    Before Asiana Airlines Flight 214 struck a sea wall at the edge of San Francisco International Airport, the Seoul-based carrier was planning a huge expansion of its fleet in hopes of capitalizing on the surge in air traffic from Asia. The devastating...
  • For the record

    Asiana crash: In the July 9 Section A, an article about the investigation of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport misspelled pilot Lee Kang-kook's name as Lee Hang-kook. Asiana crash investigation: In the July 8...
  • Days after Asiana crash, FAA to require more training for co-pilots

    Under a final rule to be put in effect next week by the Federal Aviation Administration, co-pilots who fly for U.S. passenger and cargo planes will face a more stringent certification process and a more extended training sequence. Co-pilots, formally...
  • Four Asiana plane crash victims remain in critical condition

    Four Asiana plane crash victims remain in critical condition
    Four people from Asiana Airlines Flight 214 remained in critical condition Wednesday morning at two Bay Area hospitals, officials said. Stanford Hospital said its tally had not changed from Tuesday: Four patients remained hospitalized, with one listed...
  • Asiana passengers were told to stay in seats until attendant saw fire

    Asiana passengers were told to stay in seats until attendant saw fire
    SAN FRANCISCO — Passengers on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 were told to remain in their seats after the Boeing 777 slammed into the runway at San Francisco International Airport, with the evacuation beginning after a flight attendant spotted flames...
  • Asiana passengers were told to stay seated after crash, officials say

    Asiana passengers were told to stay seated after crash, officials say
    SAN FRANCISCO — After Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash-landed on a San Francisco International Airport runway, did a full spin and skidded to a halt, flight attendants told passengers to stay in their seats and not evacuate, officials said...
  • Asiana crash survivors visit wreckage at San Francisco Int'l Airport

    Asiana crash survivors visit wreckage at San Francisco Int'l Airport
    Survivors of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 returned to the site of the crash Wednesday evening. Passengers were taken by tour bus to the area. Video by KGO-TV showed passengers looking at the burned-out wreckage of the plane, which is still where it came...
  • Asiana crash 911 tapes: 'There are no ambulances,' woman says

    Asiana crash 911 tapes: 'There are no ambulances,' woman says
    As critically injured passengers lay on the runway near the wreckage of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, other passengers pleaded with emergency dispatchers to send ambulances to help the victims, according to 911 tapes released Wednesday. The tapes,...