Some passengers appear to be safe after Asiana jet crashes at SFO
At least some passengers appeared to get out safely from a Boeing 777 operated by Asiana Airlines that crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.
Photos taken by a passenger on the plane shows people on the runway with smoke coming from the aircraft. Witnesses told KTVU-TV that the tail broke off on landing.
Video showed black smoke coming from a plane in pieces on the ground and fire officials were on the scene.
It was unclear how many people were on board.
Here are images taken from social media:
A second image from the plane after SFO crash: pic.twitter.com/PXWBS0gLvM— Shelby Grad (@shelbygrad) July 6, 2013
Two amazing photos as passengers exit that SFO jet that crashed: pic.twitter.com/bdqTGUq8u0— Shelby Grad (@shelbygrad) July 6, 2013
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