1. Leading tech executives returning from South Korea, where Sheryl Sandberg was promoting her book “Lean In,” were stunned as a plane on its way back from the event crash landed in San Francisco.
Sandberg, during her speech at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, July 3.
I just crash landed at SFO. Tail ripped off. Most everyone seems fine. I’m ok. Surreal… (at @flySFO) [pic] â€” https://t.co/E6Ur1XEfa4
Fire and rescue people all over the place. They’re evacuating the injured. Haven’t felt this way since 9/11.â€¦ â€” https://t.co/xgWDVbkOyR
According to Doug Sovern with KCBS radio, 303 people were aboard Asiana 214, including 291 passengers and 12 crew. San Francisco General Hospital is receiving many of the injured, he says.
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