Investigating the Deadly Asiana Airlines Crash | Jul 08, 2013 by KQED's Forum published on 2013/07/08 21:07:34 +0000 Investigators are trying to determine why a Boeing 777 crash landed at SFO airport on Saturday, killing two passengers and injuring more than 180 others. Witnesses said the Asiana Airlines flight came in low, and that its tail appeared to hit the runway. The blackened airplane was engulfed in flames and much of its roof had been torn off. This is the first fatal accident involving a Boeing 777; the airlines said it did not appear to be a mechanical problem, but also declined to blame the pilot or the San Francisco control tower. We discuss the crash and what it means for commercial airline safety.