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Tom Allensworth

Asiana B-777 Reported Down At KSFO

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Let's not speculate folks. Reports at this moment are early, sketchy and speculative. Let's not stir up more. No details are available other than that the FAA has confirmed the crash.
 
UPDATE: Identified as Asiana Flight 214 from Inchon, South Korea to KSFO.

 

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Looks pretty bad.


 

 

                                                                                                                                                        

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I wish the safety for all passengers and crew. May god save them all...

On CNN now..


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I wish the safety for all passengers and crew. May god save them all...

It's not sounding good. Reports are the tail came off on short final and from there it flipped on it's back while coming down to the runway.


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I just flew on the same plane from london to Philly two days ago-yikes! I hope everyone is okay

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It's not sounding good. Reports are the tail came off on short final and from there it flipped on it's back while coming down to the runway.

Yes, but there is an image that shows the bird up right:

 

This is from the video above, so nothing new here.

 

SFOplaneYoutube.jpg

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I just flew on the same plane from london to Philly two days ago-yikes! I hope everyone is okay

A 777 not the same airline/plane correct?

Yes, but there is an image that shows the bird up right:

 

This is from the video above, so nothing new here.

 

SFOplaneYoutube.jpg

Now that looks hopeful... I see air slides...


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Just saw this on Twitter. Apparently this is it actually crashing... https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BOg1QPuCEAA8spW.jpg:large


 

 

                                                                                                                                                        

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Oh No! First for a 777...

Not so kemosabe. This is Asiana's third 777 crash; one of them a cargo derivative.

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Clearest picture I've found of the situation.

 

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Reports say no emergency was declared prior to landing and it sounds as though the landing gear collapsed either upon touchdown or gaveway after touchdown itself.  The current video looks pretty bad fire wise....I hope all are ok


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