San Francisco Asiana Flight Plane Crash (PHOTOS)

A Boeing 777 crashed while landing in San Francisco Saturday, killing two and injuring more than 180. See photos of the disaster.

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A Boeing 777 crashed while landing in San Francisco on Saturday, killing two and injuring more than 180. Survivors say the plane was flying dangerously low—lower than it should have been at that point in the descent—just before it slammed into the tarmac and seemed to explode in a fireball, throwing passengers onto the runway.

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In one of the first images of the crash, smoke rises from the downed aircraft.

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A passenger from the plane took this picture of firefighters spraying water on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 as it sits on the runway burning.

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Rescue officials stand near an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 plane after it crashed.

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The approach to San Francisco International Airport that the Asiana Airlines plane took in its landing attempt.

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A trail of debris and a piece of the plane lie on the tarmac as authorities monitor from a boat.

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People look out over the water toward the downed aircraft.

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Kevin Cheng talks on his phone as he waits in the terminal after Asiana Flight 214 crashed. Cheng was supposed to pick up students from the flight.

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Travelers sit in line as they wait for news on their British Airways flight after Asiana Flight 214 crashed at San Francisco International Airport. All flights were grounded following the crash.

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Onlookers talk outside the airport’s reflection room, where friends and relatives of Asiana Flight 214 passengers await news following the crash.

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Police officers block the entrance of the reflection room, where friends and relatives of Asiana Flight 214 passengers await news following the crash.

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Veddpal Singh, a passenger from the crashed Asiana Airlines Boeing 777, speaks to the members of the press.

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Lee choon-hee (left), whose daughter Kim sustained injuries as a passenger on the flight, is escorted by an Asiana Airlines employee at the airline’s head office in Seoul.

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After leaving Asiana Airlines’ head office in Seoul, Lee choon-hee speaks to the press about her daughter who was in the crash.

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A screen showing a news of the crash plays as employees of Asiana Airlines work at the crisis-management center of the airline’s head office in Seoul.

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Asiana Airlines President and CEO Yoon Young-doo (fourth from right) and board members bow during a press conference about the crash landing at the airline’s Seoul office.

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Asiana Airlines flight attendants prepare to board their flight at Incheon International Airport in South Korea.