Footage I Had Never Seen Of The Crash Of Asiana 214 At SFO

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Most of you probably remember the July 2013 crash landing of Asiana 214 at SFO. The plane was coming in too low and stalled on final approach, and after sliding down the runway for a bit the plane flipped. While it’s tragic that three people died, it’s amazing to me that there weren’t more casualties, and really shows how sturdy planes are.

While I had seen a few different videos of the crash in the distance, today I saw a video that was much clearer and longer than anything else I’ve seen. Right at the beginning of the video you’ll see the crash landing, and equally jaw-dropping is watching what transpires over the next several minutes. While it’s a 45+ minute video, you certainly don’t have to watch the whole thing (I only watched the first quarter or so).

If you haven’t yet seen this video, check it out:



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