Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 crash.

This was a serious close call .
This week we just had  the first major Airliner crash in years . It was a VARY LUCKY situation that almost **306 people nearly survived  the crash . There were two causalities , it was reported that two Chinese girls .  Who came on a vacation trip just to go to summer camp . In the United States may have lost their lives because of 'human error' when they were ejected from the Airliner ,somehow wound up on the run way. Being as reported , one of them was  run over by a fire truck during the initial rescue . Now not  much much for conspiracy theories . What was not reported just get better , but bits of info would soon be out . Still, the NTSB has released preliminary findings from the flight data and cockpit voice recorders to the media that indicate the plane was approaching SFO's runway well below the target landing speed of 137 knots (157 mph). Autopilot had been disengaged at 1,600 feet (488 meters).According to the NTSB, the pilots tried to gun the engines seven seconds before impact. Four seconds before impact, a stall warning sounded, meaning the airplane wasn't generating enough lift. At 1.5 seconds, the pilots tried to scrap the landing and go around for another attempt, but they didn't make it. The plane seems to have hit a seawall directly in front of the runway. It then skidded down the tarmac, depositing debris along the way. What was not reported  (repeating) is that there were several eyewitnesses who saw the airline  flying as it was approaching SFO Airport . One of the 'eyewitnesses' said that she saw the Airline hovering vary low . This eyewitness report was just 50 miles from the airport . As the news media reported that the Airline  was traveling "significantly below" its intended speed and its crew tried to abort the landing just seconds before it hit the seawall in front of the runway, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Sunday. Information collected from the plane's cockpit voice recorder  and flight data recorder indicated that there were no signs of trouble until seven seconds before impact, when the crew tried to accelerate, NTSB Chairwoman Deborah Hersman said at a news conference at the airport. A stall warning sounded four seconds before impact, and the crew tried to abort the landing and initiate what's known as a "go around" maneuver just 1.5 seconds before crashing, Hersman said.-------- ##speculation . Parts of the Airliner had fallen ,  found in the Bay just before the initial crash.  The way it was flying . It was just by a near miss that the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 had not crashed into anyone's backyard .


** Local FOX affiliate, KTVU-TV reports there have been 2 fatalities and 61 injuries. San Francisco General Hospital is treating 10 people (8 adults and 2 children) described as critical. In a press conference they announced, a second wave of 20-30 victims are being sent to the hospital. All of their victims are described as “Korean speaking”. There are approximately 75 victims being sent to various hospitals.  SF Fire Dept. says Asiana provided manifest says “291 passengers with 16 crew for 307 total were onboard. 48 initial transports to area hospitals. Accounted for 190 people sent to safety zone at SFO, but numbers are fluid”. These are the first fatalities due to a 777 crash in the type’s 18 years of service. Mayor of San Francisco Edwin M. Lee says “not everyone has been accounted for”. Another airport official puts the number at “60 unaccounted for.” FBI Agent at press conference says “crash was NOT an act of terrorism”. ## The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which has hinted that pilot error is the likely cause of the Flight 214 crash, has said that it is plans to interview the Asiana pilots . Approach was too low. Korean pilot, at last moment tried to clear seawall by putting the aircraft's nose up.. Tail section broke off when it hit seawall.low. Korean pilot, at last moment tried to clear seawall by putting the aircraft's nose up.. Tail section broke off when it hit seawall.

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