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San Francisco Crash Pilot Blames Flash of Light

Pilot training while flying the 777 says a flash of light temporarily blinded him.
04:08 | 07/11/2013

Transcript for San Francisco Crash Pilot Blames Flash of Light

We'll get the latest on the deadly plane crash in san francisco. We're learning much more from the pilots and crew about the terrifyi moments just before and now right after the crash. Abc's david... See More
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