Raw videos of Asiana Airlines Flight 214

Flight 214 originated from Seoul, South Korea at 5:05 p.m. local time, enroute to San Francisco has crashed. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Lynn Lunsford says the Boeing 777-200 crashed upon landing.  Assumptions at this time that the airline clipped a sea wall upon landing.

Officials are reporting that there are 48 persons have been transported to area hospitals. Ten persons, eight adults, two children are in critical condition at San Francisco General. The airport has reopened runways for incoming and departing flights. 307 passengers, 17 crew members were on board. 190 passengers self evacuated, some with minor injuries, 82 of which were taken to hospitals.

There are two reported casualties and some 60-67 persons are missing.

Fire Department officials are say there are persons missing however an official number has not been released.

 Following are raw videos from the crash site. 

Asiana Airlines Pilots Communicate With Control Tower

SEE RELATED: Asiana Airlines plane crash lands at San Francisco Airport (Video)

Raw Footage: Asiana Flight Burning on Runway


Raw Footage Of Asian Airlines: Debris On Runway

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