Asiana Airlines Crashed During Last Seconds of 11-Hour Flight

An Asiana Airlines airplane crashed last Saturday with 300 passengers aboard.
1:17 | 07/08/13

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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- On Saturday the Boeing 777 carrying almost 300 passengers crash landed at San Francisco International Airport. Many of the first images of the crash were captured by people in or near here -- -- -- secondary explosion we'll. Dozens of passengers are reportedly injured but two teenagers were killed apparently by emergency vehicles that struck them on the runway. Many of the passengers were Chinese teenagers arriving for summer camp to said -- English and -- US colleges. The plane departed from China with a stop in Seoul South Korea and landed in San Francisco after an uneven full eleven hour flight. However the pilots tried to abort landing seconds before the crash according to the National Transportation Safety Board. -- call to initiate -- go around. Occurred one point five seconds before impact. The cause of the crash is still under investigation but the NTSB said there were no reports of anomalies with the aircraft. Aviation experts are pointing to human error as a possible cost. Asia and a airline said on Monday that the pilot had little experience flying a Boeing 777. And was landing one for the first time on the day of the crash. Reporting from Miami this is Adam -- scene for fusion.

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