Two dead, 130 hospitalized, many missing in San Francisco plane crash
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6 (Reuters) - Two people were killed and 130 were hospitalized after an Asiana Airlines jumbo jet crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday morning, San Francisco Fire Department Chief Joanna Hayes-White said.
The figures cited by Hayes-White leave 69 people still unaccounted for in the accident. The Boeing 777, which had flown from Seoul, South Korea, was carrying 307 people.
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