NTSB schedules hearings for Asiana crash in Washington D.C.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The National Transportation Safety Board has scheduled hearings next week in the crash of Asiana Flight 214, but we will not hear from the pilots who were on board when the Boeing 777 that slammed into the seawall at the end of the runway at San Francisco International Airport.
They have spoken to NTSB investigators in private.
Instead, Asiana's chief pilot and training manager will appear along with representatives from Boeing, the FAA and the San Francisco Fire Department.
Three teenaged girls were killed and dozens of passengers were injured.
The hearing is set for next Tuesday and Wednesday in Washington, D.C.
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