Aug 5, 2013
Asiana flight 214: Footage taken by fire chief's helmet cam after plane crash
Helmet cam footage taken by fire chief in the chaos after the Asiana jet crash reveals no-one knew student, 16, was lying on the runway covered in foam before she was killed by fire truck Chief Mark Johnson arrives on the scene but is apparently not told that a girl has been found near the plane and mistakenly identified as dead Footage taken by a ... (more)
New Details Emerge in San Francisco Airliner Crash
The two firefighters who were operating the crash truck told investigators when they spotted the teen, who was not covered in foam.
Memorial held for victims of Asiana crash at SFO
San Francisco's mayor and the Chinese Consul General were among those who attended a memorial service Wednesday for the victims of Asiana Flight 214.
San Francisco Chronicle
Rig that hit Asiana crash victim didn't have heat sensor installed
A blanket covers the body of Ye Meng Yuan, a student from China, who was covered with fire retardant foam when she was hit by at least one of the airport's rescue firefighting rigs shortly after the Asiana Airlines jet crashed on landing at SFO on July 6. Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez, The Chronicle Firefighters Todd Plunkett and Lt.
No one knows exactly how Ye Meng Yuan ended up on the runway just 30 feet from the wreckage of Asiana Flight 214, but officials say one thing is clear now: She somehow survived the crash.