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  • Officials to reveal today whether fire truck killed Asiana victim

    Officials are expected to announce Friday whether a 16-year-old Chinese student was accidentally killed on the runway by an emergency vehicle responding to the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214. The San Mateo County coroner’s office has...
  • Asiana passenger was alive when firetruck ran over her, coroner says

    A 16-year-old Chinese student who was aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was still alive when a firetruck ran over her, the San Mateo County coroner said Friday. Ye Mengyuan died of "multiple blunt injuries that are consistent with being run over by a...
  • FAA to require inspections on 787 Dreamliners after London fire

    The Federal Aviation Administration is developing a plan requiring airlines to inspect the emergency devices on their Boeing 787 Dreamliners after a fire erupted on the plane last week while it was parked at London’s Heathrow Airport. On Friday...
  • Asiana crash: Girl was alive when rescue truck ran over her

    Official confirmed Friday that one of the victims of the Asiana Airlines crash died after being run over by a rescue vehicle. San Mateo County Coroner Robert J. Foucrault said Friday thatĀ  a 16-year-old Chinese girl was alive on the tarmac at San...
  • Landing gear punched into Southwest 737 jet on landing, NTSB says

    Landing gear punched into Southwest 737 jet on landing, NTSB says
    The landing gear didn't just collapse when a Southwest Airlines jet touched down in New York City andĀ plunged nose-first into the tarmac: The landing gear punched into the plane itself as it skidded for almost half a mile. The new revelations came...
  • KTVU reportedly fires three producers for Asiana pilot name gaffe

    KTVU reportedly fires three producers for Asiana pilot name gaffe
    Bay Area news station KTVU-TV has dismissed three producers in the wake of an anchor reading fake, racially insensitive names for the pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214. San Francisco Chronicle columnists Phillip Matier and Andrew...
  • Airline worker caught on camera stealing luggage, officials say

    Authorities have surveillance video showing a United Airlines employee stealing stranded luggage from passengers diverted to other airports because of the Asiana Airlines crash, officials said. Sean Sharif Crudup, 44, a United Airlines customer...
  • Asiana Airlines to change number of Seoul-S.F. flight after crash

    Asiana Airlines confirmed Tuesday that it will change the number of the flight between Seoul and San Francisco in the wake of the July crash that left three people dead and more than 180 others injured. Airline spokesman Suh Ki-Won said that beginning...
  • Asiana passenger likely killed by vehicle; fire chief 'heartbroken'

    San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White called the death of Ye Mengyuan, a 16-year-old passenger of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 who was struck by a firetruck after the plane crash-landed, a “tragic accident” and said in a news conference...
  • Asiana victim's family plans legal action against first responders

    An attorney representing the family of the girl killed by an emergency vehicle after the Asiana Airlines crash said although first responders won't face criminal charges in the 16-year-old's death, his clients still plan legal action. Anthony...
  • Asiana crash: 'Very chaotic scene' cited, no criminal charges

    Prosecutors cited "remarkable efforts" of police and firefighters in a "very chaotic scene" after the Asiana Airlines crash in deciding not to file criminal charges in the death of a 16-year-old passenger killed by a rescue truck. San Mateo County Dist....
  • Rosenthal: In Asiana Airlines crash, finding Boeing 777's success in safety

    Rosenthal: In Asiana Airlines crash, finding Boeing 777's success in safety
    It's rare for anything or anyone to get credit for doing what is expected of them, let alone when something goes horribly, horribly awry. But Saturday's crash-landing of Asiana Flight 214 at San Francisco International is a reminder of just how...