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♪ look how the nose is up in the air. oh my god. oh it's an accident. >> the plane tail touched the ground directly. everybody scream. >> i just knew that when we were going to crash and i thought -- i'm going to die. >> screaming at people say okay we're okayment get out you know. help each other out. i mean don't push. don't push. people rushing for that door. >> more harrowing tales from survivors of the deadly plane crash emerging tonight. good evening everybody, i'm vicki liviakis. >> and i'm john fenollio. tonight moment of impact. new video of -- asiana flight 214 moments before it slams into the seawall ahead of the runway at sfo.
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we begin our coverage with the look at the latest developments. >> there were 307 people on board asiana flight 214 two people were killed both of them chinese teenaged girls. the coroner's office now probing to see if a girl was killed being run over by a rescue vehicle. also new tonight, details that the pilot flying had only 43 hours of flying time experience in a boeing 777. and it was his first time landing that type of plane at sfo. now for a closer look at the crash, jr stone joins us live in the newsroom. >> reporter: i want to take it full and slow down certain participants of it and sew -- parts of it and show you what actually happened at certain parts. you can see the plane getting close to the seawall. when it gets close this we go. you can see the seawall over here. the plane is approaching. and i'm going to stop it right
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at this moment here. you can see the cockpit is up in the air. the tail is down very low. and that is right before the impact actually happens. as we actually move this video along, you can see it loses the tail right around there. and then it begins sliding down the runway. you can see all of the white smoke and the debris coming up after that plane as it just slides right down. but that's only some of what happened because seconds later you can see this plane turn. you can see one of the wings go up in the air. the front cockpit is actually down on the ground. there is no back tail on the plane at this point. some experts said if that plane had flipped over, we'd be talking about more fatalities. fortunately, that did not happen. the plane continues to slide down that runway. and you can see the long trail of not only the white smoke down here, but you can see that trail of the dirt that went right up into the air. right up to that plane sitting
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right there. some tough moments. not only for the people on board, but the witnesses who are watching this. john, now back to you. >> that is chilling video jr. kron 4's don kerman has been closely monitoring the investigation into the crash and tonight he has the latest details from the press conference from the agent aearlier today. >> everything is on the table right now. it is too early to rule anything out. >> reporter: while the national transportation safety board maintains it's still too early to say whether mechanical error or pilot error was responsible for the crash saturday at sfo. a review of the cockpit voice recorder suggests the plane was traveling too slow at the time of the landing. well below the 137 knots the cockpit crew is heard speaking about. >> i will tell you that the speed was significantly below 137 knots and we're not talking
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about a few knots. >> reporter: ntsb chair deborah hersman says the two recorders also indicate the cockpit crew had no indication anything was wrong until seconds before the crash. >> a call from one of the crew members to increase speed was made approximately seven seconds prior to impact. >> reporter: at four seconds prior to the crash, the cockpit crew is alerted they are approaching a stall. and then, just 1.5 seconds before impact, the crew discusses doing a go around. in other words aborting the landing. >> that means they want to not land but apply power and go around and try to land again. that call came 1.5 seconds before impact. >> reporter: the ntsb says in the days ahead, they hope to do some more inspection both on the runway and on the plane itself. and they hope to speak with the pilots within the next few
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days. at sfo, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> the ntsb is investigating the scene of the crash and monitoring the area right now is kron 4's scott rates. now scott what events are you seeing there at the late hour? >> reporter: you know i saw some of the ntsb out earlier walking around the aircraft. since an hour ago they left. i saw several cars leave the area. and right now, it doesn't look like there's too much activity around the 777 fuselage there that's lying on runway 28 left. let me kind of pan over and just kind of show you around. it's awfully dark out here but right over here to the left this looks like the staging area for the ntsb. of course they're going to be out here for the next four to five days really working on this trying to figure out what happened. you know putting the pieces of this puzzle together to try to figure out what caused this aircraft to crash here. one other net i can tell you,
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you can see aircraft landing. that aircraft there is landing on runway 28 right. that has obviously been since reopened today. they were able to clear the debris off that run way to at least get another runway up and running here at sfo. to help alleviate some of the backlog of traffic. so that's good news. total of three runways working out here at sfo right now but again you can see that 777 on the runway, runway 28 left the ntsb will be continuing their investigation. back to you for now. >> well, a marin city man is in custody tonight after turning himself in for his part in an officer-involved shooting. this is video from the scene from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. the shooting happened gist before 6:00 on terrence avenue. a chase followed prompting the temporary closure of donahue street near highway 101 south. we explain what happened next. >> reporter: after investigators say a marin county sheriff's deputy opened fire on this tan buick, the man
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inside the car 44-year-old chaka grayson drove off and ditched the car in this parking lot on the 200 block of drake avenue. >> this all came about as a result of one of our officers was attempting to conduct an enforceable stop this afternoon. during the course of that process, the officer found himself in a defensive posture. and fired a number of shots at the suspect in his defense. >> reporter: witnesses say grayson was shot multiple times and was bleeding when he ran away. investigators say the deputy knew grayson from prior run-ins and knew he was driving on a suspended license. this woman saw the shooting. >> the officer made a u-turn behind me. proceeded to get on that tan buick regal and get behind that tan regal and pull it up on the side and hopped out with his gun in hand and proceeded to say stop. or i'll shoot. don't drive or i'll shoot. excuse me. don't drive or i'll shoot. the gentleman looked at him and thought about it and then proceeds today drive off. when -- proceeded to drive off. when he started the drive the
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officer put the car in reverse, the officer began to choose fire. he shot about four shots. >> with help from a pastor and other members of the community, grayson hay greed to turn himself in -- agreed to turn himself in at around 10:00 in the evening. before being booked, he was taken to a local hospital for treatment. in marin city, kron 4 news. >> we're going to take you back out live now to sfo. this is the site of the disabled plane flight 214 that crashed yesterday at sfo. we'll be right back. look at 'em.
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two people are dead and many left injured after yesterday's asiana plane crash at sfo. kron 4's alicia reed tells us about the injured who were rushed to san francisco general hospital. >> reporter: sf general is the only trauma center in the city so most of the passengers that were transported came here. they're still 17 people who were admitted in the hospital. six of them are in critical condition. we're told one of them is a child and now most of the passengers were discharged.
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we did speak to one woman today who was in high spirits considering the traumatic experience she had yesterday. she was traveling with her 8- year-old son who she now hailed a hero. >> he's so brave. he told me mom, my -- we must go out and he -- on the plane and he jumped out first and i come out. [ speaking foreign language ] he didn't cry and was so brave. >> reporter: doctors are evaluating patients before releasings them and we're told a number of surgeries are scheduled over the next few days. in san francisco, alicia reed, kron 4 news. well, authorities said that the two passengers who died -- >> we're looking at a live shot of sfo right now. we're going to take a quick break. but we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] on vacation, you want more
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the ntsb has begun its investigation but officials say that they are still a long way from knowing exactly what went wrong with flight 214. tonight, we have all new video from the ntsb showing closeup shots from inside and outside the destroyed plane. kron 4's jr stone has more on this part of the story. >> reporter: yes, earlier we showed you the pictures. tonight we do want to show you this video. take it full on the screen because this is something else. this is the first time we're getting a look inside the plane where you saw the oxygen masks there and then you can see the
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ntsb workers outside of the plane. this is them busy at work today. in the distance. obviously taking some pictures there to try and show what they found. what they're exactly looking at. and as the ntsb's busy with their investigation, one of the last big things that they said this afternoon you heard dan kerman talk about it was the fact that plane was going significantly slower than 137 knots. while they're doing this investigation, the coroner in san mateo county is looking at the possibility that one of the victims from this crash was possibly run over and killed by a rescue vehicle. saying that her injuries are consistent with her having been run over. you can just look at the runway here and see debris scattered every which way. there's still lots of work to be done. but we should be learning all sorts of new information not only from the coroner's office but from the ntsb tomorrow on monday. john now back to you. well, authorities say that
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the two passengers who died in the asiana airlines crash in san francisco over the weekend were 16-year-old girls from china. and we've learned they were part of a student group heading to a study abroad program at coo church in the west hills neighborhood of los angeles. as art baron reports -- >> and my heart was ripped from the core. thinking about what it would be like to be those parents that put their kid on that plane for an amazing opportunity. >> still very overwhelmed. i can't imagine what the families are going through. >> reporter: hugs and tears. after members of this west hills church learned two 16- year-olds were the one who is died in saturday's crash landing of the asiana jet liner in san francisco. >> we have a youth group here
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that they were supposed to be a part of that. >> reporter: they were part of a group of 35 students under a visitors' visa to live with host families here can they were to learn -- and they were to learn english and american culture. >> just crash-landed in san francisco. i said what? >> reporter: derrick swales is the school administrator at the west valley church. they were driving back from a fourth of july trip when he received a text from a person in san francisco organizing the three week summer program. >> we had a northbound bus from l. a. that was picking up the students in san francisco. they're going to stay the day in san francisco and then arrive here on monday. >> reporter: in january, swales' family hosted a student from south korea. they consider james a part of the family. >> someone that speaks a different language. >> reporter: the church's website now includes this tribute. to remember the two precious girls who died from our group of 35. >> very gifted kids. and what a loss.
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what a tragic loss. >> san francisco resident ben levy was a passenger aboard asiana flight 214. he is still reeling from all that has happened. we're going to show you pictures of levy hugging his two sons after leaving the hospital earlier today. levy spoke with kron 4 news about all that's happened so far. >> you realize something so shocking happened to you. and somehow you still alive. and you know, i could feel that i was injured. i thought i had broken ribs. and the guy next to me had pretty bad bleeding on his head and he was holding a towel, a blanket and i got up. i couldn't see whether the flight attendant was. i just got up and opened the door. i said big lever because i was sitting right by the door. they tell you always you open the door and you help people get out. i opened the door and someone helped me push it out and it was like the slide rouse ripped out -- was ripped out during the crash. we're looking at debris to step on it and further step down and basically you know, screaming at people say okay we're okayed
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get out you know. help each other out you know don't push don't push. there were people rushing for that door. you know once the people were out, i went back in to help a few people stayed in the back. one girl had her leg caught under a chair and we tried to help her out. we freed her up. >> his wife decided to fly home early. levy says that she is extremely grateful that they made that decision. now, this is a live look from mill bray of the plane carcass. there it is in the dark. a day after the deadly crash landing. the airport was shocked at the site of the -- sight of the crash but passengers affected by the incident are going through day two of waiting. kron 4's dollars clifford caught up with the passengers. >> reporter: slowly getting back to normal on sunday. there were still many canceled or delayed flights but the lines were not leerily as long as the day before -- nearly as long as the day before. some people were getting upset including the woman whose family is stuck at sfo until
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tuesday. your flight today was canceled and the next flight is two days from now. how does that make you feel? >> i feel so angry and so bad. >> reporter: at the international terminal long lines of people at ticketing counter but the departure board showed that most were on time with just a few cancellations. some people here had been delayed for more than 24 hours. although they were frustrated they were also trying to stay positive. >> i broken down a couple of times already. it's frustrating. >> i'm a bit frustrate i guess because my travel plans were delayed for a day. but i mean people have worse problems tap us. >> simply going to -- i'm the one who's going to feel bad about it. the airline is not going to be able to do anything about it. so -- i try not to let it get the better of me. >> reporter: at sfo, charles clifford, kron 4 news. and the delays for those affected by the crash at san francisco international airport are long. for some, longer than
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anticipated. the fa asystolias for arriving -- says delays for arriving passengers is just over five hours but they have opened a closed runway from yesterday and now have three out of four runways open which should ease the air traffic. as for people leaving some are confirmed for flights on tuesday but most are trying to fly standby to leave earlier. still searching for a loved one from the crash, asiana airlines has a new number to call. it's (855)422-7214. again, that's (855)422-7214. and we'll be posting that again later on in the show. well, we have some fog into the bay for tonight into the north bay as well. and we'll see that fog to start out the day tomorrow. but it's going to clear away more quickly and more sun and it will be a little bit warmer for monday. live view of the bay bridge. you can't see the fog but it's up there for tonight. so for tomorrow, as i mentioned, we'll see clouds bayside and into the north bay valleys. i don't think the fog will quite make it into the east bay
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for tonight. but by 9:00 a.m. look for that fog to be completely gone. giving way to sunshine and we'll see the sun through the afternoon. and temperatures inland making it up into the 90s but for the south bay look for mid 80s. for san jose. for santa clara 83 degrees and low 80s mountain view and redwood city. fremont a high of 80. the warmest temperatures going up into the low to mid-90s. antioch 93 degrees and 90 for concord and fairfield. look for 60s and 70s by the bay. san francisco, closing in getting close to 70. upper 70s and low 80s north bay. and at the coast, 50s and 60s with clouds through the morning. little bit warmer by the bay for tuesday with just some patchy fog really early on. otherwise, sunny throughout the entire day. then more fog and cooler temperatures by midweek. and warmer weather returns for next weekend. john and vicki? >> well, thank you for that. another live look here at sfo.
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here's the latest of what we know tonight at least at this hour. there were 307 people on board asiana flight 214. two people were killed. both of them girls from china. age 16.
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at least 180 people were taken to several bay area hospitals and we've learned that the pilot flying that plane had only 43 hours of flying experience in a boeing 777. now tomorrow, san francisco first responders will be holding a press conference about their role in this tragedy and we'll of course bring you that live on kron 4's 24/7 channel comcast channel 193 at tomorrow. here's riveting video of the flight 214 crash at san francisco international airport. today the ntsb reported the details right before the crash. and here's how it broke down. seven seconds before impact, a call to increase engine power. four seconds before impact, signs that the aircraft was stalling. then, a second and a half before impact, there is a call requesting a go-around meaning the pilot was trying to abort the landing. the plane of course then slammed into the seawall just before the runway. and the airline of course this -- this crash of course rather killed two people and hundreds
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of others were injured. go to kron4.com for the latest on the ntsb investigation. when we're not on the air, we'll have a special section with all the -- [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775- 7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com ]
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