Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashed at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, July 6. The beginning of the plane's debris trail is seen at the edge of the runway, where it meets San Francisco Bay.
Plane crash at San Francisco airport
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Boeing 777 crashed at San Francisco International Airport
Pictures show parts of the plane's roof charred or ripped off
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(CNN) -- An Asiana Airlines' Boeing 777 crashed Saturday upon landing at San Francisco International Airport, sending up a huge fireball and spinning before finally coming to a stop -- having lost its tail and, eventually, much of its charred roof.
Flight 214 left Seoul's Incheon International Airport earlier Saturday and flew 10 hours and 23 minutes to California, according to FlightAware, a website that offers tracking services for private and commercial air traffic.