Remains of Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines involved in the 6 accident July 2013
10 days have passed since the plane crash at San Francisco airport involving a Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines. 214 flight Asiana Airlines, from 6 July 2013, will be unforgettable for the passengers who survived after the accident.
The aircraft carried 307 persons, of which 291 passengers and 16 crew members. Following the unfortunate event, 3 people died, 181 people were injured and 123 people escaped without injury.
As I announced a few days ago, San Francisco Airport's 28L runway was unblocked and air traffic returned. Boeing 777-200ER (HL7742) body was cut off and transported to a hangar.
The investigation is ongoing and it is likely that it will be months before we will find out the official verdict on the underlying causes of the accident.
Below you have pictures of the aircraft's cutting and moving processes, as well as many other remains, such as the main landing gear and engines. These were published by nycaviation.com.
When analyzing the images, we realize that the accident was strongly felt by the passengers, but 304 people survived. The plane remains one of the safest means of transport. The cabin crew did their job well and managed to evacuate the aircraft in less than 90 seconds before the flames encompassed the body of the aircraft. The remains of the Boeing 777-200ER Asiana Airlines can be seen in the pictures above.