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Entire Accident and Rescue Sequence from Asiana 214 at KSFO Captured on Film

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The entire accident and rescue sequence from the Asiana 214 crash at KSFO was captured on surveillance and was published on YouTube for the first time. (www.youtube.com) और अधिक...

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lbhorton
Larry Horton 6
I cannot believe the idiots with their luggage. If I were blocked by one I am afraid it would not end well.
TiredTom
Tom Bruce 2
gearup328
Peter Steitz 5
What is unbelievable to me is how can this happen in day, VMC.
My take on this is too much reliance on automation and not understanding what it does. It is a great tool but you have to know what it will do and how to use it.
rkjessop
Richard Jessop 2
Read the NTSB accident report. It is actually a pretty good read for being a government document. There was a chain of events like there usually is for an accident.
TiredTom
Tom Bruce 1
always a chain of events... can't recall any big crash that wasn't preceded by a number of events, shaky decisions, misjudgments.... right down the path to disaster...
rlamond
Bob Lamond 2
And I see at least one, probably more, passengers dragging their suitcase behind them after getting off the slide. Absolutely amazing!
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
Gotta clear Customs with your declared articles...
wylann
wylann 1
NTSB Accident report here:

https://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/AccidentReports/Reports/AAR1401.pdf
DSmithOps
DSmithOps 1
Pretty impressive response overall.. looked like they ripped a snozzle off of one of the ARFF trucks!
pilot62
Scott Campbell 1
We have a better shot of this 747 Accident in 1971 ! @ 5:30

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tl_wXfSwRzM
pilot62
Scott Campbell 1
Lesson learned don't run a fire truck into the foam and kill a former survivor
wylann
wylann 1
If you read the report, it was determined (to a high likelihood) that the body that was run over was already dead. There's a chance that she may have been saved, but it doesn't appear that way from all indications. I would think (and the NTSB had several recommendations to that effect) that there are definitely lessons to be learned though, to prevent it in the future.
hwh888
Harry Hallstrom 1
If I was a passanger on that flight I'd find the PIC and give him a swift kick in the ash. As for the Captain----asleep at the wheel.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
So, you'd let the SIC and First Officer off the hook?

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