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Video of the Asiana Airlines Flight Crash in San Francisco Airport

On Saturday at San Francisco Airport, Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was inbound from Seoul, South Korea, and crashed on the runway. The investigation into the crash is still ongoing, but apparently the plane was too slow and too low, started to stall, and the pilot attempted to abort the landing.  Two people were killed, and 182 passengers were injured.  There were 291 passengers total onboard, with 16 crew members.

Someone watching from the shore managed to get video of the whole thing.  It’s pretty scary to watch.

The guy’s name is Fred Hayes. There’s an interview with him here.

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