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San Francisco, California / Plane Crash #1047408

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

(San Francisco airport: Noelle Walker) The plane crash after it hit the sea wall featured; scenes shown from off the runway; details given about the Boeing 777's safety record.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Costello) The terrible accident as the plane's tail hit the sea wall reviewed; scenes shown of the wrecked aircraft with the pilot's call and the debris trail. [Witnesses Stefanie TURNER†, MAN, OFFICIAL - describe what happened.] [NBC aviation analyst John COX†- says the plane came in too low.] [NTSB chairman Debbie HERSMAN†- outlines the investigation.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Live discussion held with former NTSB investigator Greg Feith†† about the plane crash. [FEITH - speculates about the various issues to be investigated since there were no reported issues as the plane came down.]

Holt, Lester;
Walker, Noelle;
Costello, Tom

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