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  • 3rd person in Asiana plane crash has died, hospital says

    3rd person in Asiana plane crash has died, hospital says
    A girl injured in the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash in San Francisco died Friday morning, hospital officials said, marking the third fatality from the incident. At the request of the girl's family, San Francisco General Hospital released limited...
  • Girl is third passenger to die in Asiana crash; runway reopens

    A girl injured when Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash-landed in San Francisco died Friday morning, hospital officials said, marking the third fatality from the incident. San Francisco General Hospital officials released few details, saying only that the...
  • Third victim to die from Asiana Airlines crash identified

    A girl who died Friday after being injured in the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco a week ago has been identified as Liu Yipeng, according to Chinese state media. Liu went to school with the other two victims who were killed in the...
  • Asiana passenger run over by rescuers was covered in foam

    Asiana passenger run over by rescuers was covered in foam
    A teenager killed in the San Francisco plane crash a week ago was covered in fire retardant foam when a rescue vehicle ran over her, officials said. This detail comes as a third person on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 died Friday morning. This person was...
  • 3 teenage girls killed in Asiana crash were schoolmates in China

    The three teenage girls killed in the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash in San Francisco attended the same school in China, Chinese state media reported. Two of the girls, Ye Mengyuan and Wang Linjia, died at the scene of the crash at San Francisco...
  • Asiana Airlines to sue Bay Area TV station over fake pilot names

    Asiana Airlines to sue Bay Area TV station over fake pilot names
    Asiana Airlines will sue Bay Area television station KTVU-TV for using fake, racially insensitive names of pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214, the Associated Press reported Monday. A spokeswoman for the South Korean airline, Lee...
  • Asiana pilot names: NTSB intern 'no longer with agency,' report says

    Asiana pilot names: NTSB intern 'no longer with agency,' report says
    The National Transportation Safety Board intern who apparently confirmed the fake, racially insensitive names of the pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214 is "no longer with the agency," CNN reported Monday. CNN cited "a government...
  • Asiana pilot names: Experts question motives of airline suit

    In the wake of Asiana 214’s crash-landing in San Francisco, there are surely myriad lawsuits to come — three passengers died, scores of others were injured, numerous flights were canceled and an aircraft was left gutted. But the first suit to...
  • Asiana Airlines to sue KTVU-TV over bogus pilot names report

    Asiana Airlines will sue a Bay Area TV station over bogus pilot names it broadcast last week. Airline spokesperson Lee Hyomin said the report seriously damaged the airline's reputation and that it will file suit to "strongly respond to [KTVU's] racially...
  • Asiana crash: NTSB closes airport post; probe enters 'next phase'

    Asiana crash: NTSB closes airport post; probe enters 'next phase'
    The National Transportation Safety Board said its inquiry into the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 has moved into "the next phase," with investigators concluding their work at San Francisco International Airport. The agency said in a statement...
  • Asiana Airlines drops plan to sue TV station over fake crew names

    Asiana Airlines announced Wednesday it would not pursue the legal action it had promised against a Bay Area TV station that aired incorrect, racially insensitive names of pilots on the plane that crashed in San Francisco. The airline previously said its...