Path Of San Francisco Crash Shows Plane Was Too Low, Too Slow (INFOGRAPHIC)

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It could take months to determine what caused Saturday's tragic plane crash at San Francisco International Airport, which claimed two lives and left dozens injured.

Officials are investigating why Asiana Airlines Flight 214 landed at a markedly slow speed, and passengers on board knew the plane was unusually low seconds before the impact.

The Huffington Post looked at the speed and altitude of the ill-fated Flight 214 five minutes before it landed as compared with the same flight's path two days earlier. Take a look below:

Infographic by Jan Diehm for The Huffington Post.

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