Asiana Cabin Photo Reveals Eerie Look At San Francisco Crash Devastation (PHOTO)

07/11/2013 07:08 pm ET | Updated Jul 15, 2013

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) tweeted a photo on Thursday of the charred cabin of Asiana Airlines flight 214 that crashed at the San Francisco Airport last week. It isn't pretty.

The photo, featuring blackened walls, a gaping hole in the roof and disintegrated seats, makes clear that a speedy exit from the burning plane was vital. A video released last week showed passengers exiting via the plane's safety slides and sprinting from the aircraft.

While the photo might be the most haunting, it isn't the only shot the NTSB has tweeted. Others revealed a missing engine, a destroyed exterior and luggage and debris scattered across the runway:

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