The wreckage of Asiana Flight 214, which crashed on Saturday, July 6, 2013, is seen on a tarmac at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Credit: AP
The California Highway Patrol has released audio of the emergency calls connected to the deadly Asiana Airlines Flight 214 plane crash at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.
The newly released audio includes a call from a female passenger who was on the plane when it crashed.
"We just got in a plane crash and there are a lot of people that need help," she says. "We have people over here that weren't found and they are burned really badly."
The 911 audio also includes a call from a man who was hiking on a trail when the plane crashed. The man can be heard telling the dispatcher where the crash occurred and that he heard a "giant explosion."
Another woman from the plane tells a dispatcher the plane had been on the tarmac for 20 minutes but no ambulances were on site.
"There are people laying on the tarmac with critical injuries...we are trying to keep our lives," she says.
Listen below via KRON 4: