SF Plane Crash: Video Taken From Inside Terminal Of Asiana Airlines Crash (VIDEO)

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An unidentified person filmed footage of Asiana Airlines flight 214 as the Boeing 777 sat billowing with smoke on the runway at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.

The flight, which was landing from Seoul, South Korea, crashed while landing at the airport. Passengers jumped down emergency inflatable slides to safety.

Check out the footage above.

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The NTSB has tweeted a series of photos related to the Asiana Flight 214 crash. Their Twitter account can be viewed here.

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A crew member made a call to increase the plane's speed just seven seconds prior to impact, National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Debra Hersman said during the press conference. Hersman said the plane was flying below target speed before crashing.

-Hunter Stuart, HuffPost

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Video of the press conference can be viewed here (via NBC News).

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CNN has obtained video shot by Fred Hayes that shows the crash of Flight 214. Click here to see the footage.

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Chinese media also said that at least 70 students and teachers were on the plane.

The two teenagers killed in the horrific crash were 16-year-old students from China.

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CNN has some information on the state of patients injured in the SFO crash:

Many of the injured said they were sitting toward the rear of the aircraft, said Dr. Margaret Knudson, the hospital's chief of surgery. Several suffered abdominal injuries and spine fractures, some of which include paralysis and head trauma, Knudson said. Many patients also were treated for "severe road rash," she said, which suggests "that they were dragged."

For more details, head over to CNN.

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Investigators are looking into what caused Saturday's deadly plane crash in San Francisco. The plane's "black boxes" have been recovered and sent to Washington for analysis. Both the FAA and the NTSB are looking into the incident. For more, head over to Reuters.

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The AP is reporting that the two people killed in the SFO crash were Ye Mengyuan and Wang Linjia, two sixteen-year-old Chinese students. They cited China Central Television.

Both Ye and Wang had attended Jiangshan Middle School. 29 students and 5 teachers from the school were on the plane when it crashed on Saturday.

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The LATimes is reporting that the two people killed in the horrific San Francisco plane crash were both teenagers from China.

Citing a Korean news agency, the LATimes said that the two victims were born in 1996 and 1997.

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Long lines at the international terminal. Dozens wait at a check-in counter as they try to rearrange flights.

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From ABC News:

Moments after Asiana Airlines flight 214 stopped its violent crash landing, a voice came over the plane's intercom to say it had landed safely and everyone should stay in their seats, a passenger told ABC News.

Within minutes, however, flames could be seen outside the plane's windows and smoke was seeping into the cabin.

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From Reuters:

Survivor Benjamin Levy told local a local NBC station by phone that he believed the plane had been coming in too low.

"I know the airport pretty well, so I realized the guy was a bit too low, too fast, and somehow he was not going to hit the runway on time, so he was too low ... he put some gas and tried to go up again," he said.

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"Asiana Airlines is currently investigating the specific cause of the incident as well as any injuries

that may have been sustained to passengers as a result. Asiana Airlines will continue to cooperate fully with the investigation of all associated government agencies and to facilitate this cooperation has established an emergency response center at its headquarters."

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From the AP:

An Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul, South Korea, crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, killing at least two people, injuring dozens of others and forcing passengers to jump down the emergency inflatable slides to safety as flames tore through the plane.

More than 60 people were also unaccounted for from among the 307 passengers and crew aboard the flight, said San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White. It wasn't immediately clear where they were, but she said they weren't all presumed dead at this time.

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From the AP:

An Asiana Airlines flight from Seoul, South Korea, crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, killing at least two people, injuring dozens of others and forcing passengers to jump down the emergency inflatable slides to safety as flames tore through the plane.

More than 60 people were also unaccounted for from among the 307 passengers and crew aboard the flight, said San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White. It wasn't immediately clear where they were, but she said they weren't all presumed dead at this time.

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In addition to the two fatalities and dozens of injuries, at least 60 individuals traveling on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 are unaccounted for, according to SF Fire Chief Joanna Hayes-White.

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According to officials, Saturday's accident was the worst commercial crash in SFO's 75-year history.

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