Sixty People Unaccounted For In San Francisco Crash

Passenger Plane crashes
On Path, a passenger posted this image as he walked away from the crash.

SAN FRANCISCO – There are sixty people still unaccounted for in the crash of an Asiana 777 aircraft that came down in San Francisco. There are two confirmed deaths, and upwards of eighty people who have been injured.

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Asiana Airlines Boeing 777-200ER This is the type of aircraft involved in today’s crash.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The airport website has also gone down, massive traffic has caused the server to go down. The SFO Airport is online on their Twitterfeed.

Passenger who have survived have been tweeting, sharing messages with friends and family. Almost 200 of the passengers were able to get themselves safely off the plane under their own power.

About eighty of the passengers have been transported to hospital.

Information has been coming in over the past several hours, right now it appears that the Boeing 777 hit the sea-wall at the airport on the way into landing. 

Fears are, based on the unaccounted number of passengers, that the death toll may rise.

There should be an additional news conference from San Francisco later this evening. 

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