At least two people were killed Saturday when an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 crashed and burst into flames while landing at San Francisco International Airport, a fire department source told KTVU.
Meanwhile, according to dispatcher for the San Francisco Fire Department at least 61 people were injured.
Earlier reports suggested otherwise; we’ll be updating as we learn more.
UPDATE: The Associated Press says no fatalities have been reported, but 10 critically injured in the crash.
17:05 // 1 year ago
Taking a minute to be thankful and explain what happened. My family, colleagues Debbie Frost, Charlton Gholson and Kelly Hoffman and I were originally going to take the Asiana flight that just crash-landed. We switched to United so we could use miles for my family’s tickets. Our flight was scheduled to come in at the same time, but we were early and landed about 20 minutes before the crash. Our friend Dave David Eun was on the Asiana flight and he is fine.
Thank you to everyone who is reaching out - and sorry if we worried anyone.
Serious moment to give thanks.
David Eun is the man who live-Pathed the photo we reblogged earlier. Sandberg posted her message on Facebook
Path as well.
16:30 // 1 year ago