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Plane Crash At San Francisco Airport

An Asiana Boeing 777 coming in from Seoul crash-landed Saturday at San Francisco International Airport, with 2 people reported dead and just 1 person unaccounted for by the night. Forty-nine people were unharmed. There were 307 people abroad the plane, including 61 Americans. The plane caught fire when it hit the ground, Asiana Airlines said. Samsung executive David Eun, who was on board the flight, tweeted that there "fire and rescue all over the place ... Haven't felt this way since 9/11." An eyewitness described the crash like this: "The tail of the plane hit the runway, and it cartwheeled and spun and the tail broke off ... I mean we were sure that we had just seen a lot of people die."