A Boeing 777 passenger jet crashed on landing at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, killing at least two on board and injuring dozens of others.</p>
Officials said 60 passengers were still unaccounted for but said they were not presumed dead. Rather, officials said they were still trying to assess where all 307 passengers and crew members were taken.
The Asiana Airlines jetliner caught fire when it hit the tarmac, causing black smoke to billow into the sky.
Many passengers were able to get out of the plane before it was consumed by flames.
Source: Los Angeles Times. Read full article. (link)