/// Plane Crash in San Francisco in Real Time, Via Samsung Exec David Eun on Board
Earlier today, an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 coming from Seoul crash-landed at San Francisco’s international airport. Immediately, tweets and also photographs from the scene started popping up on Twitter and other social networks, many showing billowing smoke from the fuselage. Perhaps most dramatic have been the posts by Samsung exec David Eun, who was actually on the flight and who quickly posted about the accident on Path. His post also appeared on Twitter. He noted that he was not hurt in the crash, although reports seems to indicate that others were. I just crash landed at SFO. Tail ripped off. Most everyone seems fine. I'm ok. Surreal… (at @flySFO ) [pic] — https://t.co/E6Ur1XEfa4 — David Eun (@Eunner) July 6, 2013 Eun, who is the South Korean electronics giant’s exec in Silicon Valley, is a well known tech player, having worked at AOL and Google over the years. He also seems to have nerves of steel, continuing to post updates about the situation. “Fire and rescue people all over the place.
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