Asiana Crash landing at San Francisco International


Asiana Crash landing at San Francisco International

Asiana Airlines Flight 214 came in too slow for a safe landing and was on the verge of stalling before it struck the sea wall at the end of the runway, severing the tail and scattering debris along the pavement.

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  1. Jessica Anne Thomas at

    I am a private pilot with ratings:complex fixed wing , multi-engine, and IFR. 1, 100hrspilot in comand. I have looked at hundreds photos of the SFO crash site. Can see only one of the jet engines. The plane had 2. Where is the other engine???

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