July 19, 2013 Ye Meng Yuan, a teen from China, was struck after the crash. A coroner has now ruled that she was alive when that happened. San Francisco's fire chief says the news is "devastating" and has apologized. Firefighters apparently didn't see the girl because she had been covered with fire-retardant foam.
Passengers move away from Asiana Airlines Flight 214 on Saturday in San Francisco. This photo was taken by a passenger.
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July 11, 2013 When the jet came to a rest, passengers were first instructed to stay put. It was another 90 seconds or so before the evacuation order was given. Investigators say pilots sometimes feel it's safer to wait for emergency personnel to arrive. But when pilots realize there's a fire, there's no choice but to get out.
NTSB investigators at the scene of the Asiana Flight 214 crash in San Francisco.
July 9, 2013 Among the things officials want to know: How much training had the pilot received before taking the controls of a Boeing 777; and what was the "training pilot" on board doing at the time of the crash?
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