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  • NTSB went to South Korea as part of Asiana Airlines crash inquiry

    National Transportation Safety Board officials have traveled to South Korea as part of an investigation into the crash of an Asiana Airlines jet at San Francisco International Airport, in which three people died and  more than 180 others were injured....
  • 2 killed in jet crash at San Francisco International Airport

    SAN FRANCISCO — An Asiana Airlines jetliner crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, killing two and injuring more than 180, as screaming passengers slid down rescue chutes before flames filled the cabin. Dozens of...
  • Pilot of plane that crashed was in training, Asiana says

    The pilot flying Asiana Flight 214, which crashed in San Francisco, killing two and injuring scores more, had only 43 hours of experience flying Boeing 777 aircraft, a spokeswoman for Asiana Airlines said Sunday. He was in training to fly the 777 when...
  • Asiana crash victim may have been killed by emergency vehicle

    One of the two Chinese teenagers killed Saturday in the Asiana Airlines runway crash at San Francisco International Airport may have been run over by an emergency vehicle, officials said. Two 16-year-old girls from China were found dead on the tarmac...
  • Asiana Airlines crash first responders still 'running on adrenaline'

    Asiana Airlines crash first responders still 'running on adrenaline'
    San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White hailed her department's response to the Asiana Flight 214 crash, saying she "couldn't be prouder" of those who "really put their life on the line" by climbing into the fiery wreckage and pulling out passengers....
  • Asiana Airlines president defends pilots in S.F. plane crash

    Asiana Airlines on Tuesday defended the experience of the pilots who were at the controls when Asiana Flight 214 crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport last week, killing two and injuring scores of others. Lee Kang-kook, the captain who was...
  • Reporters mob Asiana Airlines president arriving in San Francisco

    Reporters mob Asiana Airlines president arriving in San Francisco
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Reporters mobbed Asiana Airlines President Yoon Young-doo as he walked into San Francisco International Airport on Tuesday afternoon, eventually chasing the executive back through the arrivals door. About 50 reporters had gathered at...
  • 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

    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 plane made full spin after hitting seawall, NTSB says

    SAN FRANCISCO — An Asiana Airlines pilot told investigators that he noticed Flight 214 was coming in too low to San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, and tried to correct the plane's landing path just before it crashed, officials said...