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One Year Since Asiana Crash In San Francisco

Updated: Sunday, July 6 2014, 11:32 AM CDT

Sunday, July 6, marks one year since Asiana flight 214 crashed at San Francisco International Airport.

The airliner crashed on final approach into the airport.  The Boeing 777 was flying low and clipped a seawall, causing the plane to crash.

Of the 307 people on board, nearly 200 were taken to local hospitals.

Three people died, including one who was run over by a fire truck.

One year later, the National Transportation Safety Board has official placed the blame on the pilots, who inadvertently deactivated the plane’s system for controlling air speed.

The Boeing 777 is the same model as the Malaysian plane that went missing in March.

One Year Since Asiana Crash In San Francisco


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