911 AUDIO: Asiana Plane Crash Passengers Beg for More Help
Audio recordings of 911 calls are surfacing following the crash landing of Asiana Flight 214 that occurred last weekend in San Francisco. New details are also being revealed, including the fact that the pilot of the plane told flight attendants not to evacuate the airplane after the landing. In fact, it was 90 seconds after the crash - upon a flight attendant seeing flames coming from the craft - that the doors were opened.
The pilot is also now claiming he was blinded by some sort of light before landing.
In the frantic 911 audio, one passenger attempting to treat fellow victims on the tarmac can be heard begging the dispatcher to send more medics.
"There's been a crash at San Francisco Airport ... there are people injured on the tarmac, and seriously injured, and no ambulances!" the victim says. "...There are people laying on the tarmac with critical injuries [and] we're trying to keep [them] alive!"