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The New York Times has reported that a Boeing (NYSE: BA) 777 has crash landed at the San Francisco International Airport.

Asiana Airlines flight 214 was reportedly flying in to San Francisco from Seoul and carried 290 passengers.

David Morin tweeted out that he was sending his prayers to the passengers on the plane, including friend David Eun, who posted this photo of the wrecked plane on the tarmac.

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No fatalities have been reported and firefighters are on the scene helping with the fallout. The FAA has yet to provide any details on what caused the crash.

Recent Boeing news has mostly surrounded issues with the 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which has had to make several emergency landings for a myriad of reasons, mostly relating to the installed batteries.

More photos and comments surrounding this crash can be viewed on Airliners.net.

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