New video from the July 6 plane crash in San Francisco could shed light on the death of one of the three victims. Ye Meng Yuan was injured, lying at the scene as firefighters raced to extinguish the burning Asiana Airlines jet.
The NTSB has released brand-new surveillance video of the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport in July.
Are commercial airline pilots gradually losing their basic flying skills due to years of using automated controls? According to the Wall Street Journal, which reviewed a soon-to-be-released report from a panel of experts, some pilots “lack sufficient or in-depth knowledge and skills” to properly control their plane’s trajectory and fail to master the latest changes in cockpit technology.
We're seeing some new images from a helmet camera that was worn by a fire official in the chaotic aftermath of the July 6 Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco. The video is being used to help in the investigation into the death of 16-year-old Ye Meng Yuan, who survived the crash but was then killed on the runway when a fire truck ran her over.
A United Airlines worker and his girlfriend are accused of taking advantage of the Asiana Airlines crash in order to steal luggage. In the wake of the July 6 crash at San Francisco International Airport, luggage - including items from the Asiana flight - piled up in terminals because runways were closed and flights had been delayed or diverted while authorities investigated.
The death toll from the San Francisco plane crash has risen to three. The third victim was identified as Liu Yipeng...
San Francisco police have confirmed that one of the Chinese teenagers who died following the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was indeed struck by a fire truck.
The NTSB has released a dramatic new photograph of the burned-out cabin of the Asiana Airlines jetliner that crashed in San Francisco last Saturday.http://foxnewsinsider.com/tag/san-francisco-plane-crash
Audio recordings of 911 calls are being released following the crash landing of Asiana Flight 214, which occurred last weekend at the San Francisco International Airport.
Deborah Hersman, NTSB chairwoman, gave an update about the Asiana plane crash. She said investigators are looking into factors that might’ve affected the pilots’ ability to perform their jobs, such as fatigue.
Wen Zheng, a survivor of Saturday’s San Francisco plane crash, described her dramatic escape from the burning plane.
Asiana Airlines said Monday that the pilot in control of the Boeing 777 that crashed at San Francisco International Airport Saturday had little experience flying that type of plane and was landing one for the first time at that airport. Asiana spokeswoman Lee Hyomin told the Associated Press Monday that Lee Gang-guk was trying to get used to the 777 during Saturday's crash landing. She said the pilot had nearly 10,000 hours flying other planes, including the Boeing 747, but had only 43 hours on the 777.