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San Francisco, California / Plane Crash #1047373

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 06, 2013
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(Studio: David Muir) The crash landing at the San Francisco International Airport of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, a Boeing 777 plane with 307 people on board, featured; photos and scenes shown of the damaged plane off the runway.

(San Francisco: Cecilia Vega) The demolished plane featured; scenes shown of the smoke billowing.

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Kerley) The moment of impact for Flight 214 reviewed; scenes shown of the plane, the runway, pieces of the plane with the pilot's voice heard. The importance to the NTSB of the flight data recorder noted. The air traffic control tape discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Studio: Linzie Janis) Eyewitness reports reviewed; passenger David Eun, witnesses Danielle Wells† quoted; wrecked plane shown. [Voice of Stephanie TURNER, MAN, WOMAN - describe what happened.]

(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with ABC aviation consultant John Nance about the crash; scenes shown of plane parts on the runway. [NANCE - says the plane came in too low and too slow; explains the process of emptying the plane.]

Muir, David;
Vega, Cecilia;
Kerley, David;
Janis, Linzie

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