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mibach. moments ago, we talked to the head of the ntsb. here is the latest information of the asiana flight. both kids killed are 16 wong lee jau and ying minute weng, who celebrated a birthday 10 days ago. >> the block boxes are recovered and they are on their way to washington. they inspected the crash site around midnight and are returning to the scene later this morning. from seoul, south korea where asiana is based, there are on their way. it is too early to tell what caused the crash and this morning the chief executive officer said it was not caused by engine failure. 307 people were on the aircraft. 291 passengers and 16 crew members. two people killed were chinese
girls. one born in 1966 and one in 1997. their bodies were found on the outside of the plane on the runway. >> 82 people were rushed to area hospitals. >> 42 of the vick tunnels have serious injuries. we are were you at the sfo and at the hospital, we continue with alex savidge who talked to the chair of the ntsb. >> reporter: good morning, yes, the head of the not said it will be a multify facetted investigation. the voice pit recorder and black box arrived in washington d.c. both of those units were recovered overnight from the wreckage of the asiana flight that still sits on the runway this morning here at sfo. >> the head of the ntsb will be key to finding out certain key information about the plane's air speed and its altitude and
number of other measurements just before the crash yesterday morning. overnight the flight recorders were pulled out of the wreckage. they got here about midnight or so, the chairman herself got a look at the boeing 777. and she went out to the crash site and saw where it all took place and the tail of the plane broke apart from the rest of the aircraft. the head of the ntsb, talked with her and asked her whether pilot error are to blame. they are talking about the plane coming in very low and short of the runway. she wouldn't comment specifically on pilot error and wouldn't say is if there are particular areas where investigators will focus in the investigation as they try to piece together the crash. i did talk to her about how critical the flight recorder and voice pit recorder will be moving forward. >> they are recording now up to two hours and so, we won't know the minute potentially of the
crash and the moments before and even hours before and get a good sense of the communication. the collaboration. problem involving or trouble shooting. and problems they may have. >> the flight recorder on the triple seven, they record parameters and we will get a lot of information if they are recording. and if the data is good about engines. and about flat positions and speed. so, it really will help to paint a picture of what is going on and help focus our investigation. >> reporter: now, in addition to the information from the two units, the investigators will be doing thorough interviews with all the roux crew, pilot. passengers and any witnesses on the ground. all of that is yet to be done. in addition, the head of the ntsb will be pulling surveillance video from the airport. and nearby businesses as well. if anybody witnessed the crash
yesterday and took photos and has any video, that they give that to the ntsb. and that will help them to peace together and get a fuller picture of what took place yesterday. >> they will be back out here later on in the morning and continue piecing today, gathering evidence and the head of the ntsb tells me that the wreckage of the flight will remain here at sfo as long as is necessary. >> near sfo, alex savidge, channel 2 news. two of the runways are now open and backlog of passengers are scrambling to get to the destinations. two shorter runways opened up at 6:30 and all others were grounded for hours. flights that were on route to sfo were reruded to los angeles. salt lake city and seattle. ktvu sal castaneda continues the live coverage from sfo.
sal? >> mike and claudine, we found people here in san francisco airport and all of the terminals who are forced to spend the night here. because they arrived last night. some were on vacation and didn't know that something happened. they showed up to the airport and they are told the flight is canceled. we found a couple whose honeymoon is interrupted by this. they were too distraught to talk to us. a woman from alaska said she is happy to be getting a flight there, to alaska today. >> i was supposed to fly in last night. so i spent the night it airport and now i will fly out 8:00 p.m. tone. >> spending the night at the airport. >> yes, in the one of these red chairs right here. not very comfortable. >> reporter: the lines are long and obviously, you can see people in sleeping bags here. all the ticket counters, the lines are long. and just before noon, some
flights were diverted to or airports and they were held at original destination points. dozens of flights have been canceled and others are sent to other points. not just here but los angeles, san diego. we talked to one person on twitter. and we talked on twitter who said they are trying to get back to san francisco airport and he is stuck in toronto. it continues to have ripple effects and all parts of the country and in and out of the san francisco international airport. >> sal castaneda, channel 2 news. they are waiving fees because of the deadly says crash. american airlines. delta, southwest. jet blew, they are giving the customers a chance to make a one time ticket change if the flights to or from san francisco were canceled or
delayed. we continue now with ken pritchard. he is just outside of san francisco hospital where many of the crash victims were taken. ken, what is happening now? >> mike, as far as the totals. 182 people aboard the plane were taken to bay area hospitals. here at sf general, 53 patients arrived and half of those were children. one of the patients who was treat thed and released -- treated and released was benjamin levy, here is his account of the crash. >> we were too low. felt like we were about to land in the water. the guy totally under estimated, no warning or nothing. right. just like going down. and i figured we will make it. i am just scared. >> well, levy said at one point, he thought the plane was going to take off again after the initial impact only to feel it slam down a second time.
he was brought to sf general for what he thought was broken ribs but it was a severe bruise. people were listed in critical condition here and five are upgraded last night to serious condition and one of those that remains in critical condition is a child. the injuries here vary widely. >> some could be a head injury. could be bleeding. we also saw spinal injuries. and other bone injuries, contusions. >> reporter: now, again, in total. 182 people aboard the plane were taken to bay area hospitals. 49 people suffered severe injuries. 123 people were uninjured and here at sf general of the 53 that arrived. seven were rereesed as of -- released as of last night. we are waiting for an update from a hospital spokesman later this morning.
in san francisco, ken pritchard. ktvu, channel 2 news. the emergency work ares helped saved many lives. first responders helped get them off or away from the flight after it crash landed. when firefighters arrived, they said some were colliding down emergency chutes. >> they described how some helped crew members who were still stuck on the plane. >> they couldn't get on the seat belts and they were cutting seat belts to get everyone out of there. >> san francisco mayor ed lee. thanked first responders. bay area hospitals and doctors tanned to the victims. and interpreters went to sfo and helped with interpretation and they had buses drive passengers to the hospitals. we will have more throughout the morning. our coverage continues online at ktvu.com. it is there that you can find
raw footage about the scene and the crash site as well as more pictures and you can listen to the recording from the control tower during the crash. we are also following breaking news at redwood city. they sent people to the hospital and displaced radio others. firefighters were called to the hall mark house apartments around 1:45 this morning. thick smoke was pouring from the building and people were rescued from the balconies. 16 people were transported for smoke inhalation. and fire marshals said firefighters are still on the scene trying to put the fire out. >> it is a stubborn fire. we have the aerial truck. trying to get to other areas. and open up ceilings, and roofs. and stop the spread. >> they say there are about 72 units in the complex. red cross is opening up fair oaks community center for
people who were displaced. >> time now is 7:11. we will get a look for how the day is shaping up with rosemary orozco. especially if you liked this one. there are several changes in the forecast. waking up with a gloomy start over san francisco. we are giving you a look at all the gray. high pressure over the four corners and strengthening our way just a bit and it could be compressing the air just a bit. it looks a little bit foggier there this morning. i am seeing low clouds along the peninsula where we started out mostly sunny and in areas right around san mateo and right around mountain view as well as sunnyvale. we have got gray this morning. south of sunnyvale, looks like you are almost split there with sunny skies. and san jose waking up with partly cloudy and sunny skies. inland, livermore, concord waking up mostly sunny.
beautiful start outside your doors this morning. more clouds along the coastline and along the bay once again. mid-50s in concord and hayward. temperatures are like yesterday. generally light but blowing through the delta to about 20 miles an hour are i am seeing it and through fairfield at the airport. >> 55 degrees. walnut creek. >> mount diablo, 3800 feet up. and another indication of the ridge beginning to strengthen. for the afternoon, temperatures will warm over yesterday. upper 70s. expected for napa. and petaluma. and sausalito. going to be a gorgeous day in your neighbor. # four for oakland this o afternoon. looking at upper 80s. didn'tville, pleasanton, 90 degrees for brentwood. and 8 degrees warm are foreinland mounts. and 83 for san jose and saratoga. ansu along the petaluma for the
afternoon. and san mateo. 72 in san bruno and in san francisco if you are spending some time in the city for the afternoon. it will be partly cloudy with the on sure breeze strengthening once again the second half of the day. remaining partly cloudy to mostly cloudy at the coastline. temperatures will continue to warm as we get into monday, tuesday. very little change as we get through wednesday. temperatures do begin to fall for the inland communities. and back to the 80s and low 80s. for thursday. i will have a view of the lunchtime numbers coming up. we are hearing the first calls for help following the crash landing at sfo. >> what a pilot from another plane told controllers about the fiery crash. what we are learning about the safety record of the boeing 777 and the last time one of those plains crashed.
. of seen the plane coming out and i cannot see the people coming out. >> they are on scene at sfo and told ktvu, they want anyone with video like this of what happened moments after the crash to share the video with them as they try to figure out what went wrong. >> investigators will be listening to the audio from the control tower. this is an audio made yesterday between the air traffic controller and the pilot of another plane watching from the tarmac. >> the people need immediate attention. there are alive and walking around. >> roger. >> just walking outside the airplane right now. >> yes he, some people look like they are struggling. >> some aviation experts say
they do not believe weather was a factor in the crash. visibility was good. there were a few clouds in the sky. >> temperatures were at 65 and winds at 8 miles an hour. >> here is a simulation based on witness accounts. it showed the plane well short of the runway. it hits the seawall and rips away from the sues sell los angeles and there onto the dirt before it comes to a stob. >> it is 2,000 feet from where the plane first hit the ground to the last piece of debris. >> to the left is about 11,000. 381 feet long. it appeared according to witnesses. it hit the seawall as it was approaching the runway. it was flying too slow. about 100 miles an hour. >> the boeing 777 is one of the safest planes ever built. the two asiana deaths are the first associated with the boeing 777. the asiana model was a 777200
er and the first flight was in fast ball of 2005. it has a higher thrust engine which allows it to carry more fuel such as to asia and from the u.s. to asia. >> it crashed at london heathrow in 2008. >> it landed a thousand feet short of the runway. the impact tore off the landing gear. no one died. investigators blamed that on ice pellets that formed in the fuel and prevented the fuel from reaching the plane's engines. no one died because that plane hit a soft field in front of runway. asiana is south korea's largest airliner. it flies nearly 15 million passengers each year. in 2,004, it crashed off the south koreaian coast and killed
two people. asiana carries $130 million in insurance coverage on the boeing 777. no word yet on the insurance coverage for passengers. praise being thrown towards the san francisco firefighters and their response to the crash. we have more on the rescue equipment the firefighters have. tom? >> indeed. you can't do too much if it slams into a mountain or lost at sea. but once it is at the airport itself, lives can be saved as when i did this report back in 2010. >> it showed off two of the flights. and they can penetrate the hull of an aircraft and inject water. foam or retardant to stop an aircraft fire. each of the three trucks cost $3 million. taxpayers paid nothing. >> it is revenues from the airline landing fees and terminals and all the concession fees. >> it is self-supporting.
and we needed to make sure to keep the airport safe and secure. >> reporter: the primary purpose of the vehicle is to penetrate nonhuman occupied areas because of fires, the fact is in serious emergency, people could be burned to death or die of smoke inhalation. you can't penetrate the cabin and save them. >> if an aircraft lands and the boom for what ever reason cannot get out and the slides have not been deployed, you can penetrate the fuselage. and either use water and foam to quell the fire. >> these days, pilot error. and mechanical failure are not the only worries. en p manmade disasters are never discounted or out of mind. >> it is very he complicated here on the runways. we make sure we work collaboratively with the airport. whether it as malfunction or
something intentional. >> yesterday, with the addition of new apparatuses, it increased the rate of flame retardant it could bring to the fire and deploy the resources. >> channel 2 news. >> thanks, tom. 7:21. investigators continue to search the crash site in hopes of fining clues to what may have caused the deadly crash yesterday. >> you are taking a live look at sfo. >> the first day for the america's cup and why the race must occur even though there is only one boat competing today. warm are air is moving into the bay area for your sunday afternoon. what you can expect coming up. [ male announcer ] to all you burger aficionados...
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he shot it five minutes after the plane skidded across the runway. in hayward, a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle. he was struck by running outside the crosswalk in west winton avenue around 10:30 last night. the driver p stopped at the scene and they don't believe the driver was speeding or under the influence. today is the first day of the preliminary races in the america's cup. don't expect any competition. the italian team is skipping today's race to pro he test safety rules instituted after the training death of a mate in sweden. some of the new rules such as design changes put them as a disadvantage. today's race which is scheduled to start around noontime must take place even though there is one boat in it. it is from new zealand. rules stipulate the boat must be at the line to get a point.
the chaired challenge engineer said it is not ready to race yet. >> they will challenge the team from usa. time trials were canceled due to the weather out on the bay. we will see the conditions we can see right now out on san francisco bay. >> it as gray start. there is a small craft advisoriry today with winds gusting to 30 miles an hour. onshore breeze will be back. temperatures will be warmer,away from the coastline and they will remain hugging the coast for most of the day. around the bay and inland. and temperatures in the 50s. low 60s and 70s. around the bay. upper 70s. for inland communities. and temperatures warmer than yesterday afternoon. 88 for concord. mid-70s. for valet hoe.
and -- and 80 degrees in redwood city. 82 this afternoon. san jose. extended forecast here. temperatures will continue to warm with warmer days through tuesday. >> upper 80s and 90s. for monday and tuesday. upper 70s around the bay. 60s. around the coastline as a ridge of high pressure guns to strengthen. it will giveway to a trough off the coast. it will cool one against. back to 80s and slightly cooler on thursday. back to you. well, expect delays if you are flying out of sfo today. how long you can expect to wait and how airlines are accomodating passengers. this morning, the black boxes have been recovered from the wreckage of the flight 214. still on the runway at sfo. i will tell you what the head of the ntsb is saying about a possible causes for this crash and the possibility of pilot error. ♪
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disaster. one just celebrated her south florida birthday. 182 hurt. 149 suffered serious injuries. the plane's black boxes have been recovered and they are in washington where they will be examined. good morning and welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> we have reporters across the bay area covering the deadly plane crash and kicking off the team coverage is al look savidge who is talking with the head of the ntsb. alex? >> the big news from overnight. the ntsb investigators came to sfo and they were able to recover the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder. they with pulled from the wreckage of flight 214. you can see it still sits on the runway at sfo this morning. ntsb investigators have also moved in overnight. they came in at midnight and secured this crash site obviously so they can continue to gather evidence. the ntsb chairman tells me the
wreckage will remain here on the runway for some time. this is a lengthy investigation and it will be multifaceted investigation. ntsb team got here. they removed the black boxes as well. in addition the chairman. debra hersman got a look at the plane that crash landed yesterday morning. she tells me he the flight data recorder should be key to give investigators hundreds of measurements. everything from air speeds and engine reedouts to flat positions and the cockpit voice recorder will reveal the communications between the crew members and the pilot and copilot before the crash. witnesses and passengers on the plane say it came in low he and its tail struck the runway first and spun out of control and caught fire. >> i asked the ntsb chairman whether they are looking at the pilots actions specifically. >> is pilot error the focus of the investigation? >> today will be the first full
day on scene. so everything is really on the table at this point. we have to look at the facts and we want to look at the recorders and do interviews with not just the flight crew but passengers and witnesses and we have to document this. and looking at what pieces came off first. thousand they were impacted. and damaged. the survive ability of the accident and the environment that the airplane was coming into. >> reporter: the head of the ntsb tells me he they will be pulling surveillance video from sfo and the nearby businesses in the area that may have cameras that could have been trained and could have captured the plane as it came in to get a sense of whether anything was wrong. they are reaching out to the public. they would like to see all of the photos and the video people
may have taken on the cellphones at that shows before and after asiana flight 214 came in for a crash landing. bringing you out to a live picture, the wreckage could remain on the runway for a long time according to the head of the ntsb. she understand, this is a busy airport here, obviously but it is critical that the wreckage remain intact as they gather evidence. near sfo, alex savidge, channel 2 news. well the quick response unit includes the head of the safety board. deborah hersman and she knows the area quite well. she oversaw severaltious accidents and the san bruno explosion and they have more than 132 accidents since it was formed in 1967. two of the four runways at sfo are open. now a backlog of stranded passengers are left scrambling
to get to their destinations. the two shorter runways reopened last night. and all were grounded for hours following the crash. documenting passengers this morning who were forced to spend the night at the airport as they wait to rebook their flights. sal is at sfo and we will have a live report coming up. operations are expected to be normal at oakland and san jose. they were a lot busier as they accomodated diverted flights. a toll of 11 flights were landing there and others were international flights. we talked to a man whose flight from amsterdam was averted. he said they did a good job. they are operating normallily this is a live look at manetta and 17 flights were diverted to the south bay airport yesterday. 16 planes had to be sent to sacramento international. we will check in with officials for an update on travel
conditions this morning. east coast travelers had a long day after their flights to the bay area were delayed or canceled. >> i am a little tired. little stressed. but, i will be okay. >> we are exhausted. we have been traveling for over 25 hours. >> it is a long day. >> as soon as we got off, we heard there was a crash in san francisco. that was one of the options to travel from here. >> those women among the passengers stranded right now at boston's logan international airport. they missed their connecting flight to california. they are rebooked on a flight that is scheduled to leave tomorrow. the passengers are still in hospitals throughout the bay area this morning. >> ken pritchard is live outside of san francisco general. how are they doing? >> reporter: well, mike, of the 182 passengers were taken to a dozen bay area hospitals.
149 had serious injuries. 53 of the patients came right here to sf general. one of those patients and one of the victims who was treated and released is benjamin levy. he was one of the first people off the plane. he described the pilot's actions right before the plane crashed. >> he started pulling the throttle up again. because he realized he wasn't going to make it. >> we almost went in the water. >> reporter: levy, who was a san francisco rest den thought he had broken ribs and it turned out to and severe but painful cruise. he said it felt like it was in slow motion and he said there were no flames visibility as soon as he exited the plane. that followed as soon as the passengers exited down the chutes. levy was one of the patients
brought here and they were discharged as of last night. of the 53 patients treated and two were adults. 26 were children. 11 were listed in critical condition. five of those as of last night were upgraded to serious. and then one in serious condition is a child. he saw passengers with cuts and what appeared to be broken bones. >> i am fortunate. my prayer. and it was a people that was in the hospital. >> again, seven of those people that were brought here to the hospital were treated and released. >> however, we expect the number to change as far as the number in the hospital. and we are expecting an update here at sf general here this morning. when that happens. we will bring it to you. >> ken pritchard. >> ktvu, channel 2 news. >> they established a phone number for family members trying to get information about flight 214, the number there.
1-(800)227-4262. the bay area chapter of the american red cross is helping with efforts at sfo. they are looking for people to donate blood to victims and they are looking for blood of all types. >> certainly a good way to help. >> 7:38. we will turn to rosemary orozco. you might want to bring a jacket if you are near the coast, right. >> yes. rehe pete for the coast and it will warm up a few degrees. inland communities, will be warmer than yesterday. that is a notable warm up. you will notice that. 80s in concord and he upper 80s expected today. this is over the estuary and fairly widespread and into the north bay. south bay and along the petaluma he. and ridge -- he peninsula. and inching our way just a bit. that will bring the warm up and it is going to compress the
marine layer. it is 2,000 feet. a lot like yesterday. by tomorrow morning. it could be down to 1500 feet. >> we are losing the influence of the cool pacific air. fairfield, 21 miles an hour. temperatures this morning, similar to yesterday as well. degree or two in most cases. >> 55 in concord. and 57 in livermore. and 56 in fairfield. this is where we are seeing the sunshine. come west and we are gloomy over oakland. san francisco. half moon bay. and even down along the peninsula. and many of us woke up with many sunny skies. and not the case this morning. 59 right now in menlo park. if you see the giants play, bring along the jacket. 1:05 is game time. partly cloudy guys. and it will -- partly cloudy skies. and here is a look at the afternoon for you. in sonoma, 77.
mid-70s in san rafael. and in sausalito. beautiful day if you like mostly sunny skies and 70s. if you like it in the 80s. head to the inland east bay. 88 in concord. low 90s as you approach bend wood and the central valley. santa clara nice as well. >> cup are tino. low 70s. and santa cruz mostly cloudy and mostly sunny for the afternoon. 82 degrees palo alto. and 70s in san bruno. and low to mid-60s. along the coast. extended forecast here. warming it up through tuesday. >> additional warming for the forecast. and tuesday afternoon. low 90s. in the forecast. >> it is above the seasonal average. and they will slide wednesday. back into the upper 80s and # four around the bay. and low 60s. at the coast and bit more cooling for your thursday. back to the desk.
new information into the news room with who is flying the jet when it crashed into sfo: we will have the new information on the four people. four people who were at the controls of flight 214. >> going back home. the emotional ceremony today planned in arizona. to honor the 19 firefighters who lost their lives.
they are doing muc checks out there and we will bring you the news conference live as soon as it gets underway. san francisco mayor ed lee praising the efforts of the emergency workers for flight 214. 2,251st responders were on the scene. san francisco police chief gregg syrup said some were stuck in their seats. and the first responders threw up knives to crew members to help free people in all of the 182 people were taken to the hospitals in san francisco and san mateo counties. jerry brown released a statement about the deadly plane crash. he said quote we are grateful for the courage and swift response of the first responders whose action prevented an even greater tragedy. we are learning more about who was flying the jet. >> we are join asked live from the newsroom with the details. >> now, when the root cause of the crash is determined, probably a year from now.
pilots will be one of man things considered for blame. here is what i mean. people in command of the asiana 777, had thousands of hours of flight experience. true of any jumbo jet crew for any carrier. the flight is so long. 10 plus hours, there are four pile lots. pilot and copilot and reloafed by another pilot and copilot and who is changing shifts. beep sides spending time flying passengers, they spend a lot of time in flight simulators. contending with all kind of emergencies thrown at them by simulators and operators. and regular check flights with other senior pilot to make sure what they do in the cockpit is proper procedure. during flight, they go through and cross check extensive checklists especially during takeoffs and landings. so that's why the national transportation safety board will not assume any flight crew
misdeed. no matter. mechanical failure and out circumstances can cause a crash. well, we did speak with a family that was on asiana airlines 214, he was on the plane with his wife and 15-year-old son. they were sit anything the middle of the plane and used the emergency chute to get off the plane. they described the moment of impact and said it came with no warning from the pilot. >> he had a hard landing and there was a loud noise. and we sensed something was wrong. >> i was squared. >> i had my -- scared. >> i had my son with me. scared, yes. >> fractured a his collarbone and treated for severe next pain. they live in seoul and is visiting people right here in the bay area. >> more details as asiana airlines releases a brake down of the passengers on board.
141 are them are chinese citizens. 77 are from korea. >> 61 are americans and one japanese citizen on board and we are learning more about the girls killed in the crash. chinese ministry of education administered a statement. so that they he were on flight as part of a summer program. two killed were 16-year-old girls. >> they had a long journey before it crashed and the flight originated from shanghai, china. some say it was coming in too low and it was 11:27 a.m. when the boeing 777 loaded with 307 on board crash landed and caught fire. now an hour later at 12:25 p.m. crews had the fire ex
continuing quicked and they were -- extinguished and they were taken to a safe part of the terminal. we talked to a retired pilot who has flown in and out of sfo during his career. retired united airlines pilot said he wondered whether it is the pilot or mechanical engines could cause problems. >> it takes time to speed up after you hit the throttle. >> if you had the delay, the airplane is going to settle in. and especially if you are slow to start with. >> air traffic control ares tell us if they land too close together, it could cause issue stability for the one that follows. they are focused on a handful of different planes and often would not notice if anything hod happened unless a pale lot alerts them that something is
wrong. we are monitoring the investigation into the crash and our coverage continues online at ktvu.com which is where you can fine raw footage of chopper news two. and you can listen to the recording from the control tower during the crash. >> today a procession will bring home 19 firefighters killed in a fire one week ago. they were remembered at the rodeo in prescott. ♪ ise once lost, but now i am found ♪ >> a riderless horse was led around the arena and the names of the 19 fors were also projected there on the big screen. they say 19 her rows. and helping to raise money he for the firefighters' families. en donation of any amount. it goes to all of the families. >> they were part of the hot shot firefighting crew and trying to build it around the janel fire when the
winds -- jarnelfire when the wind suddenly shifted. firefighters say resources are dangerously low. they are scag constreet costa county officials to reconsider. the board will meet on tuesday. the chief is hoping the board will find some funding to keep station 87 open. >> new information about the fiery train crash in canada. what we are learning about the investigation and why they expect things to get worse. >> arrested in the shooting of a bar employee in santa rosa. who they he say they have in custody and where they found him hiding.
immediately after the crash. there were 2-16-year-old girls killed in the asiana crash. >> 49 were seriously hurt. we will have more on the asiana crash. we want to give you new detail it is about the train that was carrying light crude oil in canada. more casualties are expected. early morning, they began searching the area for bodies. it crashed into a city east of montreal. it created a huge fire ball and destroyed dozens of homes and buildings. >> my place is destroyed. so i am homeless. no family here. no friends. my dog died. and it was my birthday. so i lost everything. >> officials say some how the train cars became uncoupled and picked up speed as they rolled
down the hill. there are un confirmed reports about the number of people missing. >> islamic militants are accused of bombing a section of the pipeline. they were starting multiple fires. but the flow of gas was disrupted. this is the first attack object a pipeline in over a year. it is not clear if it it is related to the removal of mohamed morsi from power. >> they attempt to restore power to the ousted leader. they have barricaded themselves inside cairo university with homemade weapons. they voted for president morsi and did not ask anyone to come in and takeover. edward snowden has another place to go. eva morales said snowden is welcome in his country. he is picking it as a protest
against the u.s. and european nations. they accused them of blocking his flight home. they suspected they he might have snowden on board. nicaragua also offered him asylum this shooting happened outside the epic nightclub. violence erupted after a man was asked to leave. because he was disturbing customers and making derogatory come months. they he arrested him on friday and say he was hiding out in sacramento. the 23-year-old employee who was shot is expected to survive. tomorrow, we could learn if the new bay bridge will open as scheduled. the toll bridge program oversight committee will have a closed door meeting in sacramento. their findings are going to be released to the public. >> major work needs to be done to fix this. they he could decide to do this
after it is open to traffic. >> if you are headed out to the ballpark. see what it may fast ball looking like out there. >> cool and breezy. partly cloudy skies. a little cool and breezy. widespread 60s. whether you are going to see the giants or heading out to golden gate bridge park and 67 is -- golden gate park. and mostly sunny away from the shoreline for the afternoon. nine in mountain view. and 75 in san rafael if you are going to the marin county fair. concord and livermore, they are touching 90 degrees. extented forecast. warming trend continuing for the next few days. temperatures begin to fall off on wednesday. upper 80s. today. low he 90s. monday, tuesday. back into the 80s on wednesday and thursday. widespread to upper 70s and drop back into the 70s and 60s at the coast.
7:57. we continue with the crash at sfo. >> six patients from the plane crash remain in critical condition including a child. this morning's federal agency veries are piecing together the moments before the asiana flight crashed here at sfo, we will tell you about the key pieces of evidence that were recovered overnight.
. >> >> they he were part of a summer education trip from china to the u.s. black boxes are also been recovered and they are had he headquarters in washington d.c., a ntsb team inspected it around midnight and they will inspect the scene again today. investigator from seoul, south korea, also on the way to sfo right now. safety officials say it is too early to say what caused the crash. asiana's chief executive officer said it is not caused by engine failure. >> we have reporters across the bay area bay area -- bay area covering this. this is a look at the international terminal. we wait for the news conference and we begin with alex savidge
live. alex? >> reporter: i spoke with the ntsb chairman and told me both the flight recorder and cockpit recorder is back in washington d.c. it is hoped they remain intact in the crash and investigators can get a preliminary reedout from them. the units were both pulled here from the flight 214. you see it still sits on the runway hear at sfo after crashing yesterday. they arrived here about midnight. the chairman deborah hersman got a look at the boeing 777, that crashed, skidded across the runway and caught fire. >> two passengers were killed. the head of the ntsb tells me the black boxes will be key to learning air speed. flap positions. any engine issues that may have been in play leading up to the
crash. the flight data recording will report how it is functioning and let investigate ares know whether the pilot and crew knew whether something was wrong before the accident. >> so the cockpit voice recorder will tell us what was going on in the cockpit between the two pilots and voice recorders are recording now up to two hours and we won't know the minute potentially of the crash but the moments before and even hours before and get a good sense of the communication. the collaboration. any problem-solving or trouble shooting that was going on with the crew. any concerns that they had. >> reporter: passengers and witnesses have told us the plane was coming in low and the tail section hit the ground first. the tail of the plane broke off. i asked the ntsb chairman if pilot error will be a focus of the investigation and she said everything really is on the
table. investigators here at sfo will be certificate interviewing everyone about the accidents. crew members. passengers, and witnesses. they are looking for any sort of photos or video evidence before the accident happened yesterday. they will be pulling surveillance video from sfo. and trying to find surveillance video from nearby businesses and in addition, there are reaching out to the public this morning. if anyone witnesses this crash and took photos or videos that would help, the ntsb is certainly looking to hear from the people as well. >> we are told that they are analyzing those black boxes in d.c. right now and hoping they will have some preliminary results from the black boxes that can be released publicly. and possibly within the next 24 hours. we are live in milbray, near sfo. >> channel 2 news. two of the runways are open and flights arriving at san
francisco i am are being delayed by nine hours on average. money time, there are passengers who are constitutional waiting to fly out to their destination. some spent the night at the airport waiting to be rebooked. >> many are waiving fees because of the deadly airline crash. >> companies including american airlines. virgin, southwest and jet blue are giving customer as chance to make a one time ticket change if their flight was canceled or delayed. the heroic efforts of the first responders helped get passengers off or away from flight 214 right after it crash landed. when firefighters arrived, they say some passengers were sliding down emergency chutes. san francisco police chief gregg said some crew members helped free passengers who were stuck on the plane. >> they through their knives up
to some of the crew and they were cutting seat belts to get everyone out of there. >> san francisco mayor ed lee thanked first responders and doctors and nurses and acknowledged interpreters who went to sfo to help with commune caution and para med ducks who drove buses with injured passengers to the hospitals. president obama giving thanks to emergency personnel and a statement released by the white house said he expressed his gratitude for the first responders and that his thoughts and prayers go tout to those who loves a loved one. and all of those affected by the crash. our coverage continues online at ktvu.com. that's where you can find the raw footage of news chopper 2 above the scene of the crash site as well. and you can listen to the recording during the crash. >> 8:06 now. we want to check in with how
the injured are doing. ken pritchard is at san francisco general. ken? >> 53 of the passengers were brought here to san francisco hospital. 11 of them were listed in critical condition as of yesterday evening. that is down now to six after five of those listed were upgraded to serious condition. 123 passengers on that plane were uninjured and 182 were taken to a dozen hospitals around the bay area. of those taken to hospitals 49 suffered what was described as serious injuries. those that came to sf general came in waves with variety thank yous of injuries. half of those were children. a child is one of the six patients who remains in critical condition as of last word from last evening. some of those who arrived at the hospital were treated and
released and one of those was benjamin levy and after leaving the hospital described to us the moments during the crash. >> there was a water splashing onto the engine. we almost landed in the water. we were hutting pretty hard. >> reporter: seven people were released from sf general and we he expect the numbers to change and we are expecting a briefing from a hospital spokesman. of course, we will have it from you when we hear from them. ken pritchard. ktvu news. we will turn to developing news from redwood city. an apartment fire sent a dozen people to the hospital and displaced more than 50 others. 50 firefighter were called to the wood side apartments. thick smoke was pouring from the building and crews say they made rescue after rescue. >> firefighters say 16 tenants and two firefighters had to be
taken to the hospital. for hoax inhalation and minor cuts and bruises. but crews are expected to 10 to monitor that scene. all morning long. >> it is the aerial truck and gets to the ceiling and roofs. and to stop the spread. >> the red cross has opened an evacuation center. >> tenants have checked in. america's cup, and a lot going on in san francisco. we will turn to rosemary and see how we are looking. very overcast apparently. >> you are right. very gray out there. and gentle warm up in some cases. some areas. more noticeable. i will show you that in just a moment. we will start with the view from san francisco. you can see the top of the transamerica building on the left side of the screen. it is a gloomy start and some
areas woke up with sunshine, also overcast at this hour. >> here is what we do expect. yesterday compared to today. 5-degree warm up in areas around napa. and for san francisco today and few degrees expected for you. inland, east bay, you may feel it more than this other places. >> upper 08s expected for today. at this hour, the gray skies. temperatures a lot like yesterday and the on shore breeze is still blowing through fairfield at 20 miles an hour. reporting nine. six at napa. and three at oakland. and ridge of high pressure beginning to strengthen a little bit over the bay area. that is a warm up on tuesday. for today, i showed you the difference you can expect from yesterday. 58 degrees outside your door in concord. >> 56, san francisco. we will have the sea breeze, the afternoon once again from the coast into the bay. 58 for sfo.
and half moon bay and widespread 50s as we shift to the inland areas. and 53 lafayette and one more shift here outside your door. in bendwood. 59. and it is going to be a nice one. >> made 70s for novato and petaluma. and sausalito. and you are included in the upper 60s for today. saab leandro for you. and in highway he ward. and livermore. 90-degrees for presentwood and hottest locations will be hovering around the 90 mark. and 82 for song. and along the peninsula. and nice day for the afternoon. breaking away for partly cloudy skies. redwood city, 75 in san mateo and low he 60s. along the shoreline and for daly city. and the extended forecast as i mentioned a moment ago. we will see he the climb
through tuesday. then we slide once again. wednesday into thursday and temperatures at the warmest locations. low 90s. in the forecast and getting back to 86 for the wednesday and 84 for wednesday. and around the bay, upper 70s and we will cool off for the low wednesday and thursday. 60s. along the coast. i will have a look at the lunchtime numbers coming up. deadly crash at sfo caused delays at other airports. we have the status of other bay area airports this morning. >> we will look at the safety record and why officials say they are some of the safest planes in the sky.
. operations are expected to be normal but they why busier yesterday as they made room for diverted flights. they landed at oakland. and 17 flights were down to san jose i am. and we spoke with the -- san jose international. and there were planned diversioning for flights that should have gone to sfo. and said things are running smoothly and on time. want to show you an animated simulation based on witness accounts of the crash. it shows the plane coming well short of the runway and rips away from the fuselage and continues to slide down the runway before it stop there is in the dirt. it is 2,000 feet where it first hit the ground to the last
piece of debris. >> the runway to the left is 1,380 feet. and it hit the seawall as it approached the runway. and latest estimate is it was traveling too slow. 100 miles an hour. >> experts say the boeing 777 is one of the safest planes ever built. it is ordinary cared with the 777. it was inside tree dutiesed in 1995. the model was a 200 e.r. and the first flight was in february of 2005. it has a higher thrust engine to carry more fuel for longer routes such as from asia to the u.s. >> boeing 777 also crashed at heathrow airport in 2008. british airways landed short of the runway. the impact as you can see there tore off the landing gear and 47 people were hurt. no one died. they blamed that on ice pellets
that formed in the fuel and prevented fuel from reaching the plane's engines. no one died because the plane hit rah soft field in front of the runway. >> this is sow's second largest airliner. it fly it is nearly 15 million passengers every year and in 2,004, a cargo jet crashed off the coast and killing two crew member it is and according to industry sources, asiana carries $130 million in coverage. no word yet on insurance coverage for passengers. >> giving up size and volume. it has what is considered a spectacular safety record. we are joining us live now with the most notable incidents. it is half a century. > >> there have been crashes away from the airport. only three previous incidents come to mind involving the airport property itself. back in 1968, a dceight with
passengers and crew on board landed in the bay in extremely shallow water 3 miles short of the runways near guy tote tee point. no one was injured. passengers were rescued by boats and the plane was recovered by the barge to be refitted apply again. three years later. pan a.m. 747 hit runway lights on departure badly damaging the landing gear. the plane circled. dumped fuel and relanded back at sfo. 218 passengers and crew. 29 were injured and no one died. in 1985, a china airlines jumbo jet bound from japan to los angeles lost power in one engine and tumbled before the pilots could gain control. in the struggle to regain control. 10 feet of structure of both the right and left tail sections were knocked off and the plane was able to land. nonetheless. 274 passengers and crew. 24 were injured and no one
died. yesterday. the no fatality string of incidents came to an end with the death of two teenage girls. >> we will have more coming up. i am consumer editor. and one final note. er means extended rank. so tripoli r is far greater in its ability to go farther than the original models. that's what that means. back to you. >> clarification there, tom. first images came through the social media. >> look at few of the many pictures that were posted to twitter right after the crash. >> some came from people who escaped the plane. and others were taken from across the bay. showing the thick smoke rising up. and one passenger on board took this picture. ben levy tweeted this out from the tarmac shortly after he and the other passengers escaped the plane. he was sitting next to the door during the flight and helped open the cabin door to get
dozens of people off of that plane. your time is 8:19. fatal collision in hayward a. what police are saying about the having into the death after pedestrian. >> the effort to keep people safe on the russian river. what a new safety patrol is doing at some of the most popular swimming spots the. -- spots. [ male announcer ] on vacation, you want more
talk about it. >> an asiana passenger considers himself lucky. >> by judging the number of people on board, the crash could have been much worse. ktvu viewer took these pictures moments after the crash. he was on the roof of the san francisco marriott. the black smoke is billowing from the roof of the plane. witnesses posted videos on you tube moments after it happened. this is taken from across the bay and you can see once again. thick dark smoke that was coming from the plane. the man who posted the video. posted five minutes after the plane skidded across the runway. >> police are investigating a crash at that killed a pedestrian. he was struck while running outside of the krause walk in west winton avenue and the driver stopped at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. they say they tonight believe he was speeding or under the
influence. >> today is the first day of the preliminary races in the america's cup. don't expect any competition. because the italian team. luna rosa is skipping today's race to protest safety rules after the training death of the artemis training team of sweden. they said some of the new roles such as design changes put them as a disadvantage. it is scheduled to start around noontime and has to take place. there is one boat in it. and the both of now zealand. it stimulates it must be at the start line to receive a point in the overall competition. the third challenger said it is not ready to race yet and it will challenge the previous champion, the oracle team usa, there is a new effort to keep them safe in sonoma county. they it report a safety patrol team has spots along the river.
it is part of the day to warn people about the danger of river currents and uneven depths. cool in some pockets and warm in others. rosemary orozco, not even close to being as hot as last sunday. >> you are right. it will be a pleasant day. the gray skies are further extends. mostly sunny and we will remain with the clouds banked up right against the shore. you can expect a cloudy, cool day. pacifica, half moon bay, i am talking about you. widespread upper 50s and around the bay area. you can see the shades of green for the inland communities, and 63 degrees at the coast. upper 60s around the east bay shore line. oakland, hayward. sarge, nap and for the lunch hour. near 80 degrees. i wants to take you into three,
4:00 in the afternoon. warmest conditions and notice the red the closer to the valley and it is areas like fairfield, antioch and hovering near the 80-degree mark the andle 88 for concord. and around the bay area to upper 70s. and 79 for fremont. and mountain view. and redwood city. and san jose. upper 70s. for parts of the north bay and in areas around san rafael. and going to be beautiful and in your neighborhood for the afternoon. your extended forecast here. >> tieses continuing to climb. and numbers in the low 90s and few degree above the seasonal average. as mike mentioned a few minutes ago. nothing like what we saw in the week and last weekend. >> temperatures will continue tuesday and begin to trail off in the upper forecast. and low 08s on thursday for the inland cities and scaling back to the low 70s. we 10 to follow the latest
developments in the deadly plane crash at sfo. coming up. we will go live to san francisco general hospital where most of the injured people were taken following the crash. ken pritchard is there and he will have the latest on their conditions. live picture now from the international terminal at san francisco i am. we are waiting for a news conference from ntsb. it is expected to begin at any moment and we will bring it to you live when it gets understanderway. time now is 8:27. you are watching "mornings on 2".
from flight 214 from south korea. >> ed lee responding to the crash of flight 214. s promising the city is going to do everything it can to help survivors and their families affected by this tragedy. we are continue to follow all the latest updates on the deadly plane crash. welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> again, we will take you live to a news conference at sfo once it begins. here are the latest developments from the crash. two people killed are identified as 2-16-year-old girls from china. wang linjia and ye mengyuan the and they told us they have recovered the black boxes and they are now in washington for examination. >> they are in the bay area. and they he hope to talk to the crew as early as today. it is proo mature to speculate on the cause of the crash. >> the chief executive officer
said it is not caused by engine failure. >> 291 banks and 16 crew members. we mention dollars the two people killed were two teenager girls. one worn in 1996 and one in 1997. their bodies were found outside the plane on the runway. >> total of one # two people were transferred to the hospitals. we have team coverage of the deadly crash. we begin with alex savidge who is live with the latest information on the investigation. alex? >> reporter: they are hoping the data is good on both the flight data recorder and the work pit voice recorder. overnight both of these units were recovered from the wreckage of the asiana airlines flight 214. you can still see it sits on the runway here at sfo after it crashed during landing. the two units, the black boxes are back at ntsb headquarters in washington d.c. where they
will be analyzed later today. they arrived here at the crash site at about midnight. deb gore railroad rsn -- deborah hersman said the investigation will continue. the witnesses on the ground say the plane was coming in low when the tail struck the ends of the runway during landing. head of the not said it is too early to say if pilot error played a role in the crash. but they will listen to the cockpits voice recordings to say if the crew had any concerns about the landing. they will let them know how the plane itself was functioning before the crash. >> the flight record are, they record hundreds of parameters and it is very helpful to investigators and we will get lots of information if they are recording and if the data is good. about engines and flap
positions. about speed. so, it really will help to paint a picture of what is going on and help focus the investigation. >> another aspect of this investigation will be interviewing everyone involved with this accident. that means the pilot. crew members and all the passengers who survived and the witnesses on the ground who can offer insight into the moments leading up to the crash. the head of the ntsb tells me investigators will be pulling surveillance video from sfo itself and any surrounding businesses that may be pointed in the direction of the runways and might show what took place. they are reaching out to the public this morning. they are asking if anybody out there has cellphone video and photos they took of the airlines of flight 214, they would like that to be turned over to federal investigators. we bring you out here to a rough picture. i was in touch with the spokesperson and investigators will be returning to the crash site this morning in short order and they will begin the full day of investigation here
at this scene and as far as the black boxes go, the analysis of the back boxes, it is all taking place in washington d.c., i am told they may have preliminary results from the flight data recorder and the voice recorder within the next 24 hours or so. >> near sfo, alex savidge. channel 2 news. we have been waiting for the ntsb news conference expected to get underway any minute. we want to take you live to where sal castaneda is continuing our team coverage. >> mike and claudine, we are waiting for officials to come out. they have gone into a closed door meeting at the museum at the international terminal of the airport. last time we heard from airport officials and i keep looking to make sure they don't go on here, when you heard mayor ed lee he and the fire chief give details and tell us all the
passengers were accounted for. we are helping to learn more information and they come out and brief the media. it is supposed to start at 7:30. but they are running about an hour late now and obviously we are hoping they do do something and it looks like they might be telling us something new. and when that does happen, there is a lot of media here and international media. and people coming in from the networks and other nearby markets. so, it is obviously a big national story. we will let you know what happens. send it back to you now. all right. sal, thanks for monitoring that situation. ken pritchard is monitoring a situation. he is outside of san francisco general. ken? >> we too are awaiting an update here and the number of injured. we are expecting the briefing this morning. here are the latest numbers. 182 passengers on that plane p
were transported to about a does didn't bay area hospitals and 53 of them were brought here to sf general and seven of them are leasted and patients have been assigned to hospital beds. people are on flight 214 and were uninjured of the total injured and taken to the hospital. 49 suffered what is described as severe injuries. at sf general, a total of # people were listed in -- seven people were listed in critical condition. six remain in critical condition and one of the six listed in critical is a child. half of the victims admitted to san francisco general were children. the triage was set up to take in the arrival of victim it is and the injuries varied widely. >> it could be a head injury. bleeding. spinal injuries. ' saw other bone injuries,
contusions. >> of those 53 passengers, who were injured and brought here to san francisco general, their ages ranged from six to 76 years old. again, we are expecting an update from the hospital this morning am on the condition of those who romaine here. in san francisco, ken pritchard. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> they established a phone number for family members trying to get information. the number there on the screen. 1-800-227-4262. the bay area chapter of the american red cross is helping with efforts at sfo. s right now there are looking to donate blood for vick tunnels and looking for blood of all types. following the asiana crash, rates have doubled and some have tripled. best western plus he will rancho inn and suite assist charging $400 a night compared
to $180 a week ago. travel lodge, san francisco airport north is charging $329 a night. up from $89 a week ago. budget motel has raised rates from 75 to $200 a night. super 8 has raised rates from $100 to 180 a night. one hotel said the rates are always subject to availability. develop something news from redwood city. a fire sent a dozen people to the hospital and displaced others. they were called to the hall mark apartments and there was thick smoke pouring from the building. crews say they made rescue after rescue. >> 16 tenants and two firefighters had to be taken to hospitals for smoke inhalationful and minor cuts and bruces. >> a shelter has been set up at the north community center. >> a lot going on. we will turn to rosemary and a
quick peek of the forecast out there. >> another good day he can picked. we are waking up with plenty of gray skies. well inland to the east bay to see the sunshine. san jose also waking up with sunshine. it is definitely more widespread around the bay area today. you mean talking about the overcast skies. live look at mount diablo and mostly blue sky. few low clouds floating through. that about it. and concord, livermore. waking up with sunny skies. and fairfield sunny skies. and on shore breeze that just continues. 20 miles an hour. meanwhile around the bay area, winds are generally light and on shore. they will remain this way for today. strengthening for the afternoon. the sea breeze will be with us. if you plan ongoing to the giant's game and partly cloudy. little cool and breezy. >> 59 in fairfield right now and 58 in concord and walnut creek. >> upper 60s around the bay
area. >> these numbers are a lot like where we started yesterday. our conditions are a lot where we started yesterday. gray skies over the north bay and the shoreline. we woke up with mostly sunny skies and we are not seeing it today. san mateo, sunnyvale. got to get all the way in and close to san jose to get the sunshine. it looks like on the east bay shore line by milpitas. we are backing up there. and over the four corners, it is going to be pushing our way over the next few days. that is what will lead to the warm up. starting with today. >> 78 in napa. and mid-70s. novato. and san rafael if you are going to the marin county fair. it is a perfect day at the fair. sausalito, a nice day by the water and 72 by alameda and 74 in oakland. upper 80s am danville and for livermore. nice afternoon for a pool party
in your neighborhood. 82 san jose. 83 for morgan hill. and also walking up with gray skieses. as well as screws. and redwood city today. and san bruno and 50s at the coast. and mostly cloudy skies and ridge of high pressure will be in control for the next few days. temperatures will continue to blame. edging up on monday. little change on tuesday as we get into wednesday. a trough will move closer to the coast and bring it back down. upper 80s in the forecast. slightly cooler on thursday. meanwhile, around the bay is a nice one. temperatures moving back down into the low 70s. by wednesday and thursday. we will have the lunchtime numbers coming up. >> 8:41. we are getting reports of police activity that has shot down highway 288. it is happening at daggett avenue. both lanes are closed.
. they were too low he and too soon. i watched the wheels hit like that and the whole thing collapsed immediately. it pancaked it. the wheels flew off. the whole inside of the cabin went orange. it continued to slide. it was original for a couple of seconds and all the hoax came out of it. >> i thought it was instant death for everyone when i saw it go orange like that. >> it is a man staying near sfo and recalling chilling moments after and before the crash. images he said he will never forget. now we will listen to the audio recording of an air traffic controller communicating with a pilot from another plane watching from the tarmac. >> the people. they need attention. they are alive and walking around. > >> they are walking outside the
airplane right now. >> some people look like they are struggling. aviation experts say they do not believe weather was a factor in the crash. >> there were a few clouds in the skies and the temperature was 65-degree answer winds at 8 miles an hour. >> they say the triple boeing 777 is one of the safest planes ever built. these two asiana deaths are the first associated with the boeing 777. it was introduced back in 1995. the asiana model was 77200 er and it the first flight was back in 2,005. it has a higher thrust engine to carry more fuel like from asia to the you assistant another one crashed in heathrow airport in 2008. it landed a thousand feet short of the runway. the impact tore off the landing gear. no one died. and they blamed the crash on ice pellets clogged up the
fueling system and kept it from reaching the engines. it hit a soft field in front of the runway. >> asiana is the second largest airliner. it has 79 planes and flies nearly 15 million passenger as year. in 2,004, a cargo jet crashed off the coast killing two crew members. according to industry sources. they carry a million on the boeing 777. no word yet on the insurance coverage for passengers. as we have told you, the ntsb is at sfo right now starting its investigation into a cause. and these types of investigations can be slow going and can take months to complete. tom baker has covered air safety for years. he is in the newsroom for details on what the federal team will be looking for and the many clues they will find back home. >> what is already are underway is a cold logical meticulous investigation of the crash in
the effort not just to find the cause and try to assure a similar incident never ever happens again. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board. an independent government agency not beholding to the airlines. pilots and airports and even the faa has the task of determining the most likely cause or causes of asiana flight 214 crashed today. solving the puzzle begins with six main questions. was it the plane, the pilots. the controllers. or was it the weather. or the airport or was it some combination of the above. in this case, much of the information is readily available. something lacking when a plane disappears into the ocean or vaporized in a crash or explosion. >> in this case, there are survivors and witnesses. there is the flight data recorder showing how the aircraft system it is were actually operating. the cockpit voice recorder revealing what the pilot was
saying. air traffic controller recordings. most of the airplane is still enough intact to be examined. and there may well be video from the cash on airport cameras. it will be gathered by the ntsb investigation team who will study and evaluate it. coming up with a probable cause or causes in about a year. >> now, when the ntsb holds its news conference and literally any second now. we will be standing by to listen and bring it to you and we will have commentary and analysis advisory wards. some of the first images of the crash came through social media. we will look at the many pictures posted to twitter. >> some did come from the people who escaped the plane. and some were across the bay. >> rising up from the boeing 777. one passenger on the flight 214
took this picture. ben levy tweeted this aim imagine out at sfo shortly after he and other passengers escaped the smoking plane. he was sitting next to the door and helped open the fire door, the emergency exit to get dozens of people out of the plane. >> david eun who was based here was on the flight from seoul and he tweeted out this photo and posted a message along with it. it read. i just crash landed. tail ripped off. everyone seems okay. i am okay. surreal. >> cheryl sand berg said she was supposed to be on the flight and sand berg posted on her facebook page. taking a minute to be thankful and explain what happened. my family. colleagues and i were going to take the asiana flight that just crash landed. we switched to united to use miles. thank you to everyone who is
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nobody was panicking. >> that's a flight 214 describes the scene inside the cab web. despite the death of two teenage girls. they say the casualty toll could have been even worse. >> give you a live pike tour inside the terminal at sfo and with the news conference with the ntsb is expected to begin any moment. he we know the team is on site since around midnight. they have recovered the flight data recorder as well as cockpit voice recorder. the information from the recorders could be rereesed. right now they are in d.c. being analyze dollars they could be released within the next 24 hours. we know of the two individual assist that died. they are teenage girls from china. and ntsb sid it is looking to pull surveillance video from surrounding businesses and hoping to put together how the crash occurred and they are asking folks to send in any
photos or videos they may have crashing just short of runway 28 left. we will monitor the situation there at strengthening foand sal castaneda is there. as soon as the news conference gets underway, we will bring it to you. and we will follow this. and coverage continues online at ktvu.com. that's where you can find raw footage of the crash site and as well as more pictures and listen to the recording from the control tower of the crash. islamic militants are suspected of bombing a natural gas pipeline. two sections of the pipeline were attacked by started multiple fires. that pipeline is located in the pen anyone is constitutional la. and supplies gas to it jordan. this is the first attack in over a year. >> it is not clear if it is related to the removal of
mohamed morsi from power. >> they want to restore power to the ousted leader. they have barricaded themselves inside cairo university. they say they voted for president morsi am and did not ask the military to take over. >> 32 have been killed since late june. we have more details about a train carrying light crude oil. now they say three people have died in the crash and the number of casualties is expected to rise. >> they have he began searching the area for bodies. >> it crashed into a city east of montreal. some how, the train cars carrying the crude oil became uncoupled and picked up speed as they rolled downhill. >> there are unconfirmed number of people missing. we could learn in the new bay bridge is going to hope up on labor day as scheduled.
it is scheduled to have a closed door meeting in sacramento. >> they are released to the public. >> still major work jones to be done and they couldn't decide did whether to finish it after to it traffic. >> time now is 8:56. if you like the weather yesterday. >> you will like what rosemary has this store for us today. good morning, rosemary. >> we have another nice day in center for the afternoon. minor warm tup. and waking up cloudy and cool. and along the cost. mid 50s to upper 60s and widespread 60s and even a few 60s t where the sun is shining. on the yack. brentwood and you have to get inland to feel the 60s. at the coast. >> partly cloudy around the bay and 70 degrees. >> upper # 0s for the afternoon. >> temperatures anywhere from the highs and especially for
the inland community. and yesterday. >> you were 81. and upper 80s for today and in ant yack today and 88 for fearfield. >> they will feel really good. and san rafael. napa. and of if you go to the street. >> it is expected right now. as well as a long pacifica. >> upper # 0s. in mountain view for the afternoon. >> looking too new the warming trend. it will be a modest one and then temperatures fall back once again by mid week, wednesday. >> claudine. >> we are developing news where more than a dozen people have been rushed to the hospital. more on the overnight fire and the answers the investigate ares are still searching for. 53 patients from the crash at sfo were brought here to sf general. we expect an update on the six critically injured. denny's red white & blue plate specials
ever the safest airliners ever built and killed two teenage girls from china. this had is ktvu, "mornings on 2". >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, july 7th. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we have been talking to the ntsb. we will show you new photos of the black boxes that are at the he board's washington headquarters. first, we will begin this morning with breaking news as we follow the latest developments following the crash of asiana flight 214. two people killed with teenage girls from china. they are identified at 16-year-old wang linjia and ye mengyuan. >> they were part of a summer trip from china to the u.s. >> the team inspected the flight around midnight and they will inspect the scene again
today. they are hoping to talk to the crew as soon as today. it is still too early to tell what caused the crash. >> chief connective officer said it was not engine failure. we begin with alex savidge who has a clear view of the plane's wreckage. >> ntsb investigators are checking to see if the data is good both on the plate data record are and the voice pit recorder. they he were recovered from the wreckage of 214, and you can see, it still sits on the runway at sfo. and after it crashed during a landing yesterday. the black boxes are back at ntsb headquarters in washington d.c. they are being analyzed today. they arrived here at the crash site around midnight. that's when they recovered the
boxes. >> deborah rsman was here and this crash killed two passengers and injured 181 people. survivors and witnesses on the ground say the plane was coming in low when the tail struck the end of the runway during the landing. they say it is forward too early to say if pilot error is the cause. >> they will be listening to the recorders to see if they had any concern it is leading up to the landing. and figure out what actions were taken in the final moments before the crash. >> is pilot error a focus of the investigation. >> today, will be our first full day on scene. so everything is really on the table. we have got to look at the fact it is. and let them heed us to our conclusions. >> we have pulled tapes. radar data and we want to do interviews. >> federal investigators will be interviewing anyone and everyone involved in the
accident. pilots, the pilot. crew member, passengers and witnesses as well. >> meantime, head of the ntsb tells me investigators will be pulling surveillance video both from sfo and the surrounding businesses in the area. >> they are trying to find any cameras pointed towards the runway during the crash. >> they are asking the public to come forward with any cellphone video of the crash or the moments before it. >> meanwhile. the flight data recorder will let them know how it is functioning before the crash. the air speed and the altitude and the read outs in the flat position. >> they will be key in the investigation. they are coming back out here tonight. and sometime later this morning. they will begin the investigation. and continue to gather evidence this morning. they may have preliminary results from the black boxes. possibly in the next 24 hours. >> this is near sfo, alex avenge. >> ktvu news. >> we are getting our first
look at the black boxes alex was talking about. a moment ago. they tweeted these photos of the cockpit voice recorder and the data flight recorder lab in washington. >> this morning, only two of the four runways at sfo is open. flights arriving at sfo are being delayed by nine hours on average. meantime. there are a lot of passengers waiting to fly out at sfo and some spend the night at the airport. waiting to be rebooked on flights. they are waiting to check withary line carriers and cancellations. >> getting word that a press conference is underway at san francisco general. 307 people were on board. remember. 182 of them were transported to the hospital. sf general received is 53. and half of the victims were children as of midnight last night and seven of them were
released. and 123 just walked away uninjured. >> ken pritchard is at the news conference. and he will bring us a live report. >> as soon as that wraps it up. >> the chinese consulate is offering to help all plane crash victims. >> 141 chinese victims were on board. >> they said it will open at 10:00 this morning and help victims get new passport and other paperwork they lost in the crash. the consulate is located at 1450 laguna street in san francisco. and president obama gives thanks to the emergency personnel. a statement by the white house said the president didn't expressed his it gratitude for the first responders and his thoughts and prayers go out to the family who lost a loved one. >> we are going to fast ball monitoring the investigation into the crash and throughout the morning. our coverage also continues
online at ktvu.com. >> you will find the raw footaging above the scene of the crash site and you can listen to the recordings in the control tower during the crash. >> happening right now. >> firefighters are on the scene of an apartment fire. and displays more than 50 people. it happened on roadside road. and firefighters say when they area hospitals void, some 20 people were hanging off the balconies. and they were able to rescue them. >> 16 tenants and two firefighters were treated for smoke inhalation. and minor cuts and prizes as well. >> firefighters say it was a challenging one. >> it was a stubborn fire. and the aerial trucks. trying to get into other areas to open up the walls. ceilings. and roofs. to stop the threat. >> the red cross has opened an evacuation center at the north fair oaks commune center.
>> -- community center. >> they say people have checked in. it is nor gray start. we have plenty of gray inside the bay. along the coast. north bay, east bay and as you get inland. we have mostly sunny sues and around concord, livermore. >> waking up with partly sunny skies. it feel it is a lot like yesterday and in most cases, even temperatures have similar. >> low 60s. to some of the warmer locations or 50s. around the bay and for the afternoon. you will feel the difference when temperatures are four to 8 degrees warmer than sattette's high ofs. and -- saturday's highs and off into the four corners, it it is pushing our way. and will lead to the warmer weather. you can expect it for today. >> temperatures were in the low 80s. yesterday. and today, upper 80s. hovering near # 0 degrees.
>> this is a high leer just a moment. >> over the north bay once again. >> through the san pablo bay and napa valley portions right around sunnyvale. and it is thinning out. >> san jose partly cloudy to mostly sunny and winds are generally light out. and where fairfield is reporting wins at 20 miles an hour. >> we will step pack and show you the current temperature the. >> low 60s. along the east bay shore line. upper 50s. in it redwood city. and for san francisco this morning and outside the tar in santa rosa. and under mostly gray skies. >> it is a beautiful day. in and around san rafael to the marin county fair. it is perfect out there. and 77 in sonoma. and head to the east bay. low to mid-70s. for hayward. berkeley and up to near 90 degrees for the inland communities. 88 for you, walnut creek and 88 for concord.
south bay, temperatures in the low to mid-80s. >> 82 for san jose. and for saratoga. and screws. >> mid # 0s. and for -- 70s and if you see the giants play. we will be picking up once be ben. >> notice temperatures continue to trend upward. >> low 90s. upward. and 60s at the coast and get into wednesday. >> it switches once again and they cool back into the upper 80s. and of # 0s. around the bay. and 60s. at the coast. >> all right. we continue to follow the latest developments in the deadly plane crash at sf what we are learning about the pilots. and the new discovery to help them figure out what went wrong. >> there are the microphones. and ktvu is right will.
. you seen the flame coming out and five minutes later they opened the emergency door. i can't see the poem coming out. >> a witness describing what he saw as victims escape from the plane. we are hearing numerous accounts from eyewitnesses and seeing numerous videos. >> some posted on you tube moments after it happened. this is taken to from across the bay and it shows the thick dark smoke that was coming from the plane. >> the man who posted the video said he took it five minutes after the plane skidded. >> they are waiving fees for the deadly crash. american rare lines. virgin, southwest and jet blue are giving customers the chance to make a one time ticket change if the night to or from san francisco was canceled or delayed. they released a break down of the passengers on board the plane. it originated from shanghai and
then to soul and then to martin county. >> # seven are from korea and one japanese citizen on board. they had a long journey before it crashed in san francisco. it originated from shanghai, china and made a stop in seoul, south korea. and it took the nine hour flight before it crashed on runway 28 left. some say it was coming in too low before it crashed short of the runway. >> it was 112 and a.m. when it had 300 # people on board and crash landed. >> an hour later. crews on the ground had the fire out and the passengers had been taken to a safe zone at the terminal. >> we are learning more about who was flying the jet when it crashed. >> consumer editor tom has the details. >> not one people but four. when the root cause of the
crash is determined. probably a year from now. >> they will have one thing considered for blame. >> people in 777, all had thousands of flight experience. true of any jumbo jet crew for any carrier. the flight from asia is so long. and there are four pilots. a pilot and copilot. who are then rotated out and relieved by another pilot and copilot. >> two flight crew shifts. >> besides spending time with pinks. they are contending with all manners of emergencies thrown at them and they are given regular check flights to make sure they do in the cockpit. what they he do is proper pro protocolle and they go through and verify cross economic. many lists especially during takeoff it is and landing see. and the -- landings. and not see any it flight crew
misdeeds. no matter how good they are. mechanical failure or outside circumstances can cause a crash any how. >> channel 2 news. >> we will take you from outside there where sal castaneda continues with the coverage. >> sal? > >> well, mike and claudine. this briefing was scheduled for 7:30. they are almost two hours late. it is peculiar, they are walking in and out and some of the people who are going to address the media and they seem to change their mind. i am pretty sure they are trying to get the facts straight and officials were going to brief the press. they have been here for awhile. and i want to let you know the last time they briefed us. mayor lee was here and they told us two people had been confirmed ted. we found out those are two chinese student it is found outside of the aircraft. we are hoping to find out more.
>> the media has shown up and outside of the country. we have seen korean television here as well. >> they are waiting for the press conference to begin. people are getting i am patient here. just the press is here and still no sign of -- a lot of people are here. no sfo official it is coming in to give us the briefing. we are told it is going to be soon and we are told that about an hour ago. >> we will bring it to you live when it does start. >> live from the airport. >> sal cast tan made daly city. ktvu. >> still a fluid situation. just the next day after the plane crash and we will continue to monitor it. >> big questions remain in the entire investigation s and we will give you a look at some of the first images from witnesses as they crashed along the runway. >> people are right adjacent to the numbers. we can see two or three people that are moving and apparently
. i am more shaken about the news that people died and so many people hurt. that is heartbreaking. >> news of the deadly crash of 214 still being felt across the area. ntsb arrive at sfo and has been inspecting the plane inside and out. and people are constitutional stranded at sfo. and still causing massive delays. nine hours in some cases. airport officials say they will linger through at least tomorrow. 9:21. and headed to sfo.
and were diverted to other airports and -- airports. and we are joined on the phone by vickie day, the airport manager. >> good morning,. >> can you tell us what is the plan is for today. people are stuck trying to get out. what is the situation at manetta. >> we he actually have been taking in planned diversions. additional flights that the airlines are bringing into san jose to relieve the traffic at sfo. and so we did have some of the planned diversions. and other than that, we are running normally. and we are running on time. even with the added passengers, we don't have huge lines at the security check point. and that is always best to check with the airline and see what the situation is. and getting ready to leave. >> still a lot of confusion for them to get out of sfo.
i don't know what the bank loads are this time of year and maybe a hopping a cab or trying to get down to get where they need to go. >> i would have them check with the airlines. some of the airlines, i understand had been waiting to change these and they are trying to work people to get them to their destinations. so, rather than taking a chance and hopping on a cab, it would be best to work with the airlines. >> vickie, how many manies landed at man net at that. that was supposed to land at sfo, there was a toll of 25 yesterday he. >> are those planes at man net at that. and have they taken off. >> most of them have taken off. there is a couple that are still here. and they are now going to other airports. and try to get back on scheduled.
> >> were there passengers stuck on the tarmac for hours? >> no, i don't believe we had anyone stuck on the tarmac. we deplaned several of the incoming flights at the terminals and then also made aroundments for them to get the plane on the tarmac. and so, i don't believe there was any huge delays there. >> we have been talking about the interaction between how the response was at sfo when all of this happened. you talk about how the different airports coordinated and to make sure he when all of this happened. and everything was being done. you have sister airports and all of that happens. how well did that go? >> i believe it went pretty well. and we were in communication with sfo yesterday. and you know, we are trying to assist them as best we could. and we he could take on a number of diversions and other
airports helped with that as well. >> okay. >> that is vickie day. at man net at that. san jose. and thank you -- matta, they are returning to normal fast are than they will than at sfo and we want to tell you. we just good word that the news conference we are waiting for. it has just been canceled. we doesn't know why at this point. certainly we know the ntsb is planning to speak later today. we will have to wait a little bit longer for more answers. >> i would say. >> very busy at this point. >> they are over by the airplane right now doing what they are doing. and they will talk to the media when they want to talk to the media. >> we will cut in and bring it to you live. we will monitor the situation and we will make sure when they are he ready to give you more information and you won't miss a thing. >> rosemary orozco. we will turn to her and see how we are looking.
>> pretty tranquil. >> nice day. >> tad warmer around the bay. more notable of a warm up. and not bad at all. if you are going to the giant's game and once again. game time. >> 1:05 and westerly breeze. it will keep temperatures cool there. low 60s at pacifica today and upper 60s and out to head out to the streets today. right there. along the golden gate park area. >> it is a cal day and low 70s. for oaklandle and it is a beautiful day and in vallejo. and 89 in antioch. and brentwood is picks he can'ted to hit at 90 degrees. >> this is the first part of the week. for the inland community the. it doesn't -- inland communities. and back to the desk. time now is 9:26. the search for answers continues this morning at sfo.
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. they dropped down and the whole plane was shaking. >> emotions are high with the patients on the asiana flight that landed yesterday. >> the progress made overnight in the investigation and the questions that still remain. >> good morning, and welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, july 2. >> i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. we told you moments ago, the planned news conference has been indeed canceled. stay tuned of when the next news conference will happen. here are other developments we are following. we now know the two people killed were two teenager girls from china. >> they were wang linjia and ye mengyuan, they were from china: and the black boxes are recovered and they are now at the headquarters in washington. the ntsb team inspected the
crash site around midnight and will inspect the scene again today. they say it is too early to tell what caused the crash. >> they he said it was not caused by engine failure. >> they sent the go team to sfo. the quick response unit includes. head of the safety board. deborah hersman and joins us live now. alex? >> the head he of the ntsb total me this will be -- told me this will be lengthy and on the tame. >> one part of the investigation is to gather evidence out here at the crash site itself. you can see here the wreckage of the plane. still sits here on the runway this morning. >> another aspect will be to check the data on the black
boxes. they are now at the ahead quarters in washington d.c. where they are trying to get preliminary results from them. possibly today. they hope the data on the units is still good. a team of federal investigators arrived here around midnight. and the ntsb chairman. deborah hersman came out and injured two passengers and injurying another 181 people. they say the plane was coming in low when the tail struck the runway during landing. >> the head told me it is much too early to say if they played a role in the crash. but they will be listening to the cockpit voice recordings. to found out if the pilot and crew had any concerns leading up to the landing. >> the voice recorder will tell us about what was going on in the cockpit. between the two pilots and the voice recorders are generally roaring now up to two hours. we won't just know the minute
of the crash. but the moment before and even hours before and we could get a good sense of the communication. >> collaboration or any trouble shooting with the crew. >> any concerns with the crew that they had. >> at the same time they will find the flight recorder and how it was functioning before the crash. >> then inread outs and flat positions. and they will be interviewing anyone who is involved. and the pilot. crew members and passengers and witnesses and at the same time they are asking for the public to come forward. any videos or photos from the crash scene here. >> we are told this investigation will take time. >> it remains here for quite awhile. >> sfo, alex savidge. ktvu news. they know the area pretty well. see is overawe high pro he file accidents with the pipeline
explosion. they have investigated more than 132,000 accidents since it is formed back in 1967. >> our team coverage continues at san francisco general hospital. ken pritchard talked to one of the crash victims. he joins us live from outside the hospital. >> ken. >> there were 53 passengers transported to the hospital. at sf general. he was leaving the hospital to run aer ran. because her son was here. >> you can see one of the passengers and the 34-year-old was flying with her husband. 4-year-old son and sister. >> she didn't realize what was happening on impact until the plane was skidding off the runway. she grabbed her son and made her way to a hole in the side of the plain. it was located near the bathroom area of the plane. she said she and her son were able to exit through the hole.
they didn't have to jump far. >> they walked out of hole onto the ground and away from the plan. when she looked back. that's when she realized how bad the crash had been. >> it is horrible. >> yes. >> it is horrible. >> i left the plane, as soon as possible. i take my baby to the hospital. and the first ambulance. but when i see the picture with the fire. woe, it is horrible. she said she suffered bruises and her son is here at sf general with a broken leg. he will be okay. her sister is in another hospital. and she wasn't clear on the condition of her sister. >> now, all together. en 182 people off the plane were taken to a dozen bay area hospitals. and brought did here to sf general and they were listed in
critical condition. >> and we are expecting an update on the number of injured and their conditions. we expect that briefing around 11 this morning. in san francisco. ken pritchard. >> channel 2 news. >> asiana airlines has established a phone number for if family members trying to get information. it is right there on the screen. >> 800-227-4262. and the bay area chapter of the red cross is helping with efforts at sfo. and right now. they are looking for people to donate blood for the victims. they are looking for blood of all types. >> this morning, only four runways are open. and they are delayed by an average of nine hours, meantime, there are a lot of passengers waiting to fly ousted leader of sfo and they spent the night at the airport. waiting to be rehe booked on flight. and we waited to talk to them this morning. >> the flight was canceled.
>> it is tampa 30:00 to new yorkle and it was canceled and now, we are quite lucky and it is 12:0 lunchtime today. >> we have to say we weren't on the plane that crashed. i feel more rubble for the people. >> they are being urged to check with them before leaving for the airport. >> operations are expected to be normal. and both airports were a lot busier as they accomodated the diverted flights. >> flights landed at oakland and eight were domestic and other three were international flights. we talked to manetta, san jose, they running smoothly. they were diverted to the south bay and at the they will ktvu, some more planned diversing of for flights -- diversions for flights that were diverted. >> air traffic controller
communicating with the pilot of another plane watching from the tarmac. >> they needed attention. and they are alive and walking around. >> roger. >> they are walking outside the airplane right now. >> some people look like they are struggling. >> some say they don't believe weather was a factor in the crash. >> visibility was good. there were a few in the sky s and temperatures were 55 degrees and wind were 8 miles an hour. >> here is an animated simulation based on witness account it is. >> it is well short of the runway and it hits the seawall and rips away from the sues sell los angeles and before it comes to a stop. >> want to show thank you this. >> this is a look at the runway we are talking about. it shows where the debris landed. >> also, shows the 2,000 it feet where it hit the ground. all through to the last piece of the debris. >> the runway is 11,000.
>> 3811 feet long. it does and poor it hit the seawall. and accord to the latest estimate -- according to the latest estimate. it was traveling at 100 miles an hour. >> we want to let you know. the news conference at sfo is rescheduled for 1:30 this afternoon. when it does happen. we will bring it to you live here on ktvu. >> we will continue to monitor all the different parts of the investigation into the crash and the delays at sfo and throughout the morning. and it continues on line and you can find raw footage at the scene and you can listen to the audio recording from the control tower during the crash. >> it as pretty start to the day and in areas right around walnut creek. you can see a bit of hayes out there. and air quality is good. we will continue to see our
temperatures warm throughout the afternoon. warmer than yesterday. and am far inland communities. look at the ridge of high pressure. it is pushing our way over the next few days. it will bring us a warm up through tuesday. >> you will see moisture circulating around the perimeter. we will not have to deal with that. monsoonal moisture right around the beginning of the week and areas of the sierra era. we were watching -- sierra. and we were watching thunderstorms. we are waking up with the low clouds once again and it is beginning to peelaway and you can see how it is beginning to thin out just a bit. >> still gray d and mostly cloudy over napa valley. and few degrees cooler than we were were. >> and into the afternoon.
>> head into the east bay shoreline. thinning out at welling. and along the peninsula. and woke up with sunny skies. and waking up with mostly cloudy skews and see the sunshine for you as well. >> along the coastline. it will remain with mostly sunny and expected for the coast. >> 55 in flap pa. and san rafael and around the bayful -- and santa rosa. and a beautiful start in the neighborhood. afternoon highs looking good in napa valley. and in san rafael. and talking about the marin county fair and if you are going in that direction, you have a splendid weather day in store. upper 80s. and bit warm in the neighborhood. and warm enough to get out there and play in the swimming pool. > le two for cupertino and 74 in screws. and nice day to head to the boardwalk and low 80s. for palo alto. and 67 degrees in san francisco with the he sea breeze picking
up once again this afternoon. >> extented forecast here. >> warming trend will continue. warming above the seasonal average and not bad to what we saw earlier in the week. >> monday, little change on tuesday. >> looking up the inland cam counsel mitts. and the weather pattern turns -- inland and upper 70s as we get into monday, tuesday. 60s remaining at the coast. i will have a few view of the sunday numbers coming up. happening rights now. firefighters are at the scene of an apartment fire that displaced more than 50 people. it happened at the hall mark house apartments. it happened around 1:45. some people were hanging off the balconies. and they made a rescue of all the individuals. >> they were treated for smoke inhalation t and the fire is under control t firefighters say they expect to stay on the
scene for much of the day. >> a shelter is set up for displace td residents. >> they are looking into the circumstance that killed a pedestrian last night. he was struck by running outside of the crosswalk in the area it at west winton avenue. the driver stopped at the scene and is cooperating with them. >> investigators believe they do not believe he was speeding or under the influence. >> we have more detail it is about bless in union city. we first told you about it in the last hour. >> all lanes are close td near did mission boulevard and just after knife. a car hit a pedestrian. that person was killed. the investigation is still going on at this hour. >> 9:43. a look at the safety record of the boeing 777 can. why officials say they are some of the safest planes in the sky. >> many met particular includes steps they will take to get to the cause and the truth t let
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. he was just watching the wheels and it hit like that and the whole thing collapsed and it just pancaked it. the wing flew off. the whole inside of the cabin went orange. it continued to slide. and it was just orange for a couple of seconds. and then all the smoke came out of it. i thought it was instant death for everybody when i saw the whole inside go orange like that. >> dan glickman a man staying at a hotel near sfo, recalling
the moments right before and after. the images he will he never forget. we did speak with a family who was on the asiana flight. he was on the plane with his wife and 15 year olson. they said they were sitting in the middle of the plane and used the emergency chute to get off the plane. the family described the moment of impact and said it came with no warning from the pilot. >> he had a very hard landing. and there was a loud noise. and we accepted there was something wrong. >> i was scared. >> my son was with me. he said he was scared, yes. >> as you can see there, he is wearing an arm sling. because he suffered a fractured collarbone. he was treated at the hospital for severe neck pain. the family lives in seoul and is visiting family in the bay area. >> this is one of the safetiest
planes ever built. these are the deaths that are first associated with the seven # seven. of the the asiana -- 7777. >> the first flight was back in february of 2,005. and has a higher thrust engine to carry more fuel for asia to the you statutes. >> it also crashed athlete row's london airport in january of 2008 and it landed a thousand feet short of the runaway. the impact tore off the landing gear. and 47 people were injured and no one died. they blamed the crash on ice pellet that had formed in the fuel and prevented them from eaching the plane's engines. no one died because it hit rah soft field in front of the runway. >> this is the second largest airliner and flies nearly 15 million passengers a year and the cargo jet went off the
coast and killed two hims. according to the industry sources. >> $130 million in coverage. and there is no he word yet on the insurance coverage for passengers. >> as we told you the ntsb is starting its investigation into the cause. but these types of investigations can be slow going and take months to complete. ktvu's tom baker has covered air safety for years and he is live in the newsroom once again for what the federal team will be looking for and the clues they he hope to find. >> plenty of crew there is. >> what is already underway is a cold logical, methodical. meticulous investigation of the crash in an effort not just to find the cause but to try to assure a similar incident never, ever happens again. >> the national transportation safety board and independent government agency. not beholding to the airlines. pilots. and airports and even the faa
has the task of determining the likely cause of asiana 214 crashed today. solving the puzzle begins with six major questions. was it the plane. the pilots. the controllers, the weather. was it the airport or was it some combination of the above. >> in this case, much of the information is readily available. >> something often lacking when the plane disappears into the ocean or vaporized into a crash or explosion. >> in this case, there are survivors or witnesses. >> there is the flight data recorder to show how they were actually operating. >> there is the voice recorder revealing what the pilots were saying. there is the air traffic controller recordings. >> most of the airplane is still enough intact to be examined. and there is video of the crash from the airport cameras. >> all of this will be meticulously gathered by the investigation team who will
study and evaluate it. coming up with a probable cause or causes in about a year. >> i am tom bakar, channel 2 news. >> we will go to the news conference and have some analyst for you after that. back to you. all right. thanks, tom. we continue to follow the latest developments out of sfo, in three minutes we will check in with alex savidge to get the latest on the investigation. >> the warm up is on the way for your sunday afternoon. i will have the numbers expected in your area. [ woman ,
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waiting for a different flight. this morning dozens of asiana victims are in the hospital as the investigation gets underaway into what happened. >> we will go to alex savidge with what happened. alex, you spoke with the head of the ntsb about what is next in the investigation. >> well, -- reaction and that is going to begin shortly here. and we are hold they are here on site and begin collecting evidence from the asiana plane that sits on the runway this morning at sfo. >> another aspect is checking the data on the black boxes that were recovered from the crash site overnight. flight data recorder and cok insist voice recorder are now in washington d.c. they are
trying to get preliminary results from both of those units. they hope the data will be good. they arrived here at the crash site around midnight and they recovered those recorders and flew them back to washington d.c., the ntsb chairman deborah hersman got a long at the boeing 777 that crashed yesterday killing two passengers and injurying another 181 boom. they will be listening to the cockpit voice recordings to see if they had any concerns leading up to the landing and they will check the recorder with how the plane itself was functioning before the crash. >> it air speed. >> engine reedouts and flat positions. the head of the ntsb told me photos and videos from witnesses will be helpful. >> it really has seen a lot of changes and not that we have a lot of witnesses but that we
have a lot of potential photos. and we have videos and those can be very helpful to our investigators. we can look at them frame by frame and watch what happened. >> if you havefy photos they would like to have them and investigators will pull surveillance video from is hshorter runways hsfo and might have captured this yesterday. >> in addition. they are hoping for preliminary results maybe from the black boxes. and possibly in the next 24 hours. >> meantime the plane will remain here on the runway for a long time according to the chairman. she understand it is a busy airport and understand that the wreckage will remain intact. >> live this morning.
sfo, alex savidge. channel 2 news. we are learning flight delays are now five hours for arriving flights which is down from nine hour delays earlier this morning. and we found that some flights have been diverted to oakland this morning. total of sfo bound flights landed at oakland and they were domestic and the other were international flights and one flight from amsterdam is diverted and oakland airport did a good job with extra passengers. >> it is 9:57. we will go to loughner with a last check of the weather. >> clouds are clearing and the temperatures are rising. we have 60s around the bay. and inland upper 60s. to another 70 degrees and get into the noontime. and 60 degrees expected along the coast and around the bay. and upper 70s. for inland communities. under partly cloudy skies. 67. san francisco 74. for oakland. 88 for concord and now low 80s. expected in san jose.
few degrees warmer around the bay and anywhere from four to 8 degrees warmer for the community thes. >> it will continue. and we will begin a cool down into the mid week wednesday and they will start to decline back into the mid-80s for warmer communities. >> that is the report forthis morning. delays at sfo is five hours. it will be awhile to get the backlog cleared. we are expecting news conferences to happen in a few hours. >> we will leave you with this. >> the news conferences at sf general where dozens are being treated and another one at sfo.
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