Airlines

Investigators Scrutinizing Pilots of Asiana Airlines Flight That Crash Landed

One of two teen girls who died in the incident may have been run over by an emergency vehicle

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Federal investigators are scrutinizing the actions—and inactions—of the pilots of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 during the final 34 seconds of the more than 10-hour flight that crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport.

The experience and training of the pilot, who was making his maiden landing in a Boeing 777 at SFO, and his trainer, who was reportedly supervising his first flight, will most likely be a critical part of the investigation, which is being conducted by the NTSB, FBI and Korean transportation officials.