Officials question more pilots in San Francisco crash
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - American and South Korean investigators today are questioning two of the four pilots of the Asiana Airlines plane that clipped a seawall and crash landed at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.
Two of the 307 people on board died.
The other two pilots were questioned yesterday.
Investigators want to know why the Boeing 777's speed was too slow to land safely, and why no one realized it in time. And they'll also be talking with air controllers.
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