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Plane crashes at San Fransisco airport

An Asiana Airlines passenger plane from Seoul, South Korea crashed at San Francisco International Airport, killing two people and sending more than 180 to the hospital.

The two killed were 16-year-old girls, who were students from China.

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Ben Deci talks to SFO crash survivor Benjamin Levy, who was seen helping fellow crash survivors.

An Asiana Airlines passenger plane from Seoul, South Korea crashed at San Francisco International Airport Saturday, killing two people and sending more than 180 to the hospital.

PLANE CRASHThe two killed were 16-year-old girls, who were students from China.

Witnesses reported seeing the tail of the Boeing 777 hit the approach area of the runway as it came in for landing.

The tail detached, and the plane skidded down the runway.

Passengers escaped from the wreckage minutes before it burst into flames.

San Francisco’s mayor says all the passengers and crew are accounted for.

Six remain hospitalized in critical condition.

Boeing is assisting US and Korean agencies as they investigate the cause of the crash.

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