The Mystery of Asiana Flight 214

Surviving passengers return to the burned-out plane.
1:55 | 07/11/13

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Now we turn to the ongoing mystery. Of the deadly crash landing in San Francisco and tonight we have images of the surviving passengers returning. To the burned out plane where they almost died. ABC's David -- tracking the late news for us right now David. Good -- the head of the NT -- Is just told us that all the flight systems on the triple seven were operating properly and there were actually two calls in the last three seconds to abort the landing. This is we hear the passengers desperate calls to 911. And a solemn pilgrimage. It was a caravan to commemorate their survival yesterday about thirty passengers of the -- and a flight to fourteen with family. -- taken by the NTSB back to the wreckage some gathering in a circle reflecting on the violent triple seven crash the live through. Some line and become emotional and some months then sank crying other analysts suspect in this beneath. They're running out as the nearly 300 passengers ran from the burning jet some called 911 tonight we're hearing their pleas. She had don't merely part he'll probably die if we don't know how I'm getting additional ambulances -- For some frustration. On the ground I don't know -- -- half -- throughout the battle here -- to ally. -- fire officials say within eighteen minutes seventeen rescue vehicles and ambulances were on the scene or on the way. And what about the pilot learning to fly he saw a flash of light just seconds before reaching the runway but -- reported to the NTSB we learned tonight that it did. Not affect his performance. This jet hit so hard in the tail section that are first responder who walked into the -- said the front of it was pristine. But in the back of the plane it was a mangled -- part of the floor ripped away. Of course in the fire destroyed almost the entire aircraft Diane every day a new vantage point on this thank you so much David currently.

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