Source Pravda.Ru

One victim of SF jet crash could be killed accidentally

 

One of the victims of the crash of the South Korean aircraft in San Francisco could be crushed by a motor vehicle after the plane landed, Interfax reports  with reference to airport authorities. 

Officials of the airport said that it could happen indeed, judging from the nature of the woman's injuries. 

This could happen under the conditions of chaos, and it will be part of the ongoing investigation to determine the cause of the woman's death, whether it was connected with the plane crash, or there is another explanation to it, airport officials said.

The girl's body was found on the airfield, under the wing of the aircraft.

Boeing 777-200 of Asiana Airlines, South Korea, crashed at the airport of San Francisco on Saturday, July 6. There were 307 passengers on board the plane flying on a flight from Seoul. As a result of the hard landing, two 16-year-old schoolgirls from China were killed, 182 people were injured. The condition of 49 of them is estimate as critical.

 

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