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Firefighting News: Fire Officials: CA Plan Crash Victim May Have Been Run Over by Apparatus

Fire officials said Monday that one of the victims killed in a plane crash over the weekend at San Francisco (CA) International Airport may have been struck by a fire apparatus. San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White and Assistant Deputy Chief Dale Carnes both raised the possibility at a news conference with first responders, according to an Associated Press report (http://wapo.st/1a6sufC). The plane, a Boeing 777 from Asiana Airlines, touched down tail-first and crashed just short of the runway on Saturday. The majority of people on the plane survived the crash, though several were critically injured. Two teenage girls were killed. For more info, visit http://wapo.st/1a6sufC. For ...

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