SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- On July 6th, 2013, Asiana Airlines Flight 214 flew from Incheon, South Korea to San Francisco. While landing at SFO, the jet hit a runway seawall and spun into a disastrous slide. From the crash and first response, to the investigation and findings that followed, here's a comprehensive look at one of the Bay Area's biggest breaking news events.
Dan Noyes and the I-Team have an exclusive look at new video that's raising questions about the actions of first responders and their bosses the day of the crash.
ASIANA CRASH COVERAGE:
- 'S*** happens': New questions surface about response to Asiana plane crash at San Francisco International Airport
- PHOTOS: Plane crashes at San Francisco International Airport
- Asiana plane crash survivors talk about ordeal at SFO
- SFGH doctors, nurses reflect on Asiana tragedy
- Asiana to pay San Francisco $3.5 million for 2013 plane crash
- Asiana flights suspended at SFO as punishment for crash
- Supporters come to embattled SFFD chief's aid during fire commission meeting
- SF firefighters meet with mayor in push for fire chief's resignation
- SF fire chief responds to calls for her resignation
- Family of teen run over by SFFD truck after Asiana crash files lawsuit
- 1-year anniversary of Asiana crash a time for reflection
- NTSB releases final report on Asiana Airlines crash
- Former NTSB head shares insights ahead of Asiana crash anniversary