Investigators Wrap Up San Francisco Airplane Crash


By Paul Johnson

San Francisco, California (CNN) - Investigators have wrapped up their work at San Francisco international airport after last Saturday's plane crash.
The Asiana airlines jet is being moved from the runway, which is expected to open Sunday after some repairs.
Two teenage girls from china were killed in the crash and 180-others were injured.
The national transportation safety board says the cockpit voice recorder shows two pilots called for the landing to be aborted.
Seconds later, the Boeing 777 hit a seawall, then crash landed.
Investigators have started clearing the debris from the crash, which will be taken to Washington for an in-depth analysis.

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