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Tower communication between SFO & Flight 214
Tower communication before Flight 214 (Asiana Boeing 777) Crashed at SFO, San Francisco International Airport on July 6, 2013.
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   The final interaction between the pilots and the tower

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July 9, 2013:  On July 6, 2013 Flight 214 was due to land in San Francisco at 11:30 a.m. local time.  The plane's landing gear was out as Flight 214 was coming in with what appears to be a mild crosswind.  Flight 214 came in below recommended air speed and was too low to clear the seawall before the runway.  The pilot apparently applied power to abort the landing and try again, but it was too late.  The plane crashed into the seawall and the back of the plane ripped off.  As of today, two young girls are dead, the first deaths every for a Boeing 777 crash.

Tower Communication with Flight 214 pilots calling for emergency

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