Boeing 777 crashes in San Francisco, kills 2
SAN FRANCISCO — A Boeing 777 plane crashed on landing in San Francisco. According to the Associated Press, two have died.
Around 180 people have been taken to several San Francisco hospitals.
The airplane carrying 307 people including passengers and crew left Seoul, South Korea's airport earlier Saturday and flew to San Francisco.
Sixty-one passengers that were on board are United States citizens.
The plane lost its tail and much of its roof.
NTSB is on scene and will be investigating the crash.