Early Passenger Injury Report; Early NTSB Information for Asiana Triple 7 Crash at SFO

From Washington DC, Chairman of the NTSB Deborah Hersman addressed the crash of Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 at San Francisco International Airport. Three investigators from the West Coast are staking out the initial investigation. Investigative teams will be flying out in the next couple of hours.

UPDATE at 4:20 PM PT: San Francisco Fire Department Chief Joanne Hayes-White confirms the following …

San Francisco Fire Department reported 291 passengers on board with 16 additional crew members for a total of 307 on board.

Critical injury numbers/figures not known at this time.

Not all people are accounted for.

190 self-evacuated “Code Green” — minor injuries — in a safe zone triage area.

108 categorized “not necessary to go to the hospital”

48 initial transports by fire department, then another 82 transports from the safe zone for a total of 130.

San Francisco General Hospital Press Conference spokesperson Rachel Kagen released the following …

10 critically injured have arrived at San Francisco General Hospital and another 15 were expected (20-30 were initially expected to arrive at San Francisco General Hospital).

75 victims were transported to multiple hospitals

Reuters is reporting a total of 359 passengers on board …

141 Chinese citizens
77 South Korean citizens
61 US citizens

San Francisco Fire Department Chief Joanne Hayes-White confirms the following …

San Francisco Fire Department reported 291 passengers on board with 16 additional crew members for a total of 307 on board.

Critical injury numbers/figures not known at this time.

Not all people are accounted for.

190 self-evacuated “Code Green” — minor injuries — in a safe zone triage area.

108 categorized “not necessary to go to the hospital”

48 initial transports by fire department, then another 82 transports from the safe zone for a total of 130.


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