This program is 29 minutes long
(San Francisco: David Muir) The moment-by-moment details of the plane crash reviewed; scenes of the burned-out plane, a virtual view of the accident, the debris on the runway and other video and photos shown. [Eyewitnesses Eliot HARVEY, WOMAN, Steven DEAR, survivor Benjamin LEVY, PASSENGER, passenger Eugene RAH- describe what happened as the plane approached, hit and getting out.]
(San Francisco: Cecilia Vega) The survivors' stories presented; details given about the injuries of those critical; scenes shown of the plane wreckage and the plane interior. [Survivor Wen ZHANG- comments.] [Chief of surgery Dr. Margaret KNUDSON- describes the rash injuries and the huge impact upon crashing.] A church service for the two Chinese girls who died en route to summer camp in Los Angeles shown. The critical injuries discussed.
(San Francisco: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Washington: David Kerley) The first looks at the flight data recorders, the statement from Asiana Airlines CEO about the crash and possible crash causes examined; details given about 777 and airport safety systems. [NTSB chairman Deborah HERSMAN- talks about the impact.] [Former fighter pilot retired Col. Stephen GANYARD- says perhaps the course was too slow as they came in over the water.]
(San Francisco: David Muir) Live discussion held with ABC aviation consultant John Nance about the crash; new scenes shown of plane coming in and tumbling shown. [NANCE - explains the new images showing the plane is too low, but the plane did not overturn.]
(San Francisco: David Wright) The exit strategy for making your plane trip as safety as possible examined; scenes shown of a test crash by the Discovery Channel to measure the survivability of a plane crash; statistics and FAA tips for passengers cited. [MIT transportation Center director John HINSMAN- cites the minimal risk in flying.] ["Smoke, Fire and Fumes in Transport Aircraft" author Capt. John COX- comments on threats to airplanes.]