Officials: Teen in Asiana Crash Killed by Vehicle

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The aftermath of Asiana Airlines flight 214 with 307 people on board, originated in Shanghai, China, and stopped in Seoul, South Korea. It was preparing to land in San Francisco when the rear of the plane struck the edge of the runway, severing the tail and causing the plane to erupt in smoke and flames.

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SAN FRANCISCO- Asiana Airlines Flight 214 passenger Ye Mengyan died of injuries she received from being run over by a vehicle, and she was alive when she was hit, San Mateo County Coroner Robert J. Foucrault told reporters Friday.

Police previously said she might have been hit by a fire truck after she was expelled from the crashed plane.

Ye, 16, was one of three people who died in the July 6 crash of Flight 214 at San Francisco's airport and its aftermath.

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