777 Crashes At San Francisco Airport

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An Asiana flight operated by a 777 has been reported to have crash landed today at the San Francisco International airport. The flight departed Incheon and was to arrive at San Francisco International airport.

Picture from RT

From the results of a flight tracker search I found flight 214 to show the results as “result unknown” which doesn’t mean anything other than the flight result is not known. But the flights scheduled to arrive after it are starting to be diverted.

Thoughts and prayers go out to anyone on board or who has family members on board that plane.

News reports are starting to roll in about the crash.

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  1. this will not change my thoughts and opinion about asian airlines. they are always better and service is top class. i prefer asian airlines to any US airlines

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