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We're we're less than an hour away from another update on that deadly as down plane -- in San Francisco we're about to hear what the pilot at the controls sold NTSB investigators.
Devices correspondent by the come on -- -- -- San Francisco -- -- a -- about it.
That's right -- -- federal investigators will update the media at the top of the hour at that point we hope to learn more about their interviews with the pilots as they put together a first hand narrative.
Of what happened and why no one seemed to realize there was a problem until it was too late.
Federal investigators say it like to fourteen was going between 35 and forty miles per hour slower.
Then it should have been in the final seconds before it crashed.
We know the pilot who was landing the plane had just 43 hours of flying experience on the Boeing triple seven.
And that's Saturday's landing was to be part of his training.
What's more it was the first time the other pilot in the cockpit who was training him -- ever flown in that capacity.
Investigators say they will be working with the head of AG on airlines who just arrived here at SF vote.
They are also working with Korean translators to learn more about the pilots beyond just their actions prior to land it.
We're gonna get a lot more details about their activities.
About their work about their training about who was the pilot flying.
Who is the pilot in command.
In the cockpit at the time of the accident.
We're going to be looking looking looking to correlate all of that information with what we are finding.
On the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder.
Investigators have also collected part of the plane's tail section that wound up in San Francisco Bay.
They say the jet dragged debris from the sea -- hundreds of feet down the runway.
Amateur video shows passengers escaping down the emergency slides right after the crash.
The parents of the two teenagers from China who died arrived in San Francisco overnight.
We are still waiting on autopsy results to determine if one of those girls survived the crash.
But was struck and killed by a responding fire engine.
That is now a second investigation headed by the San Francisco police department federal investigators are also talking to the air traffic controllers today in -- these interviews will be critical to this investigation because by all accounts.
There were no problems with the airplane until just seconds before it crashed.
Back to you.
-- it -- thank you very very much.
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