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Crash landing at San Francisco airport kills 2, injures over 180

Published July 7, 2013 12:19 am
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Aircraft fire at San Francisco International Airport

Updated at 3:05 p.m.Multiple news outlets are reporting that a plane is on fire on the runway at San Francisco International Airport.People being evacuated via the emergency slides at the plane #crash at #SFO pic.twitter.com/BK4qq1e3qN— Krista Seiden (@kristaseiden) July 6, 2013Eyewitness reports on social media said that the plane's emergency slides were deployed and passengers were exiting the fuselage.ABC 7 News is reporting the plane is a Boeing 777 out of Taipei operated by Asiana Airlines.

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