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Part of Fox News alert for you now -- minutes ago -- Cisco police say one of the Chinese teenagers who was killed in that Asiatic airlines crash.
Was struck by the fire truck.
Police spokesman officer Gordon she says that the girl was on the ground and covered in foam that had been sprayed by fire crews.
And we're also seeing some new images today including this haunting picture.
The blackened walls and -- gaping hole in the roof as you can see on your screen and seats disintegrated in the inferno that -- that jets.
Making clear that a speedy exit was vital.
And here is the vast debris field there are missing engine the destroyed exterior luggage scattered across the runway.
Still amazing to think.
Of the 307.
People on board that flight did survive.
But emergency -- showing the frustration the survivors had in waiting for help to come.
People injured on the tarmac spirit for it and we -- and it -- -- that we have reports about it.
There are no ambulances here we've been on the ground twenty minute but I didn't think the critical injury.
Hello yeah I don't -- Okay I am working on the plane down on the plane we don't win another round I don't know -- a half hour.
There -- people laying on the tarmac was critical entry edit it -- -- -- -- they hear the trying to keep her life.
Fox's Claudia Cowan is live for us from -- Cisco's airport an update on all of this hi Claudia.
And -- officials with the San Francisco fire department are in defense note saying passengers may not have seen those responding ambulances because they were sent to a staging area and at least initially kept their distance.
Out of concerns that the plane could explode.
And as you mentioned we now have a police confirming that one of the two girls who died in Saturday's crash -- was struck.
By eight responding emergency vehicle however it remains unclear if that is how she died we are still waiting on autopsy results to know for sure.
Meantime San Francisco fire crews were back at the crash site this morning.
After flames broke out during the removal of the fuselage apparently some of the debris fell out while -- giants -- lifted that main section of the plane.
No word on what caused this early morning fire no one was hurt the fuselage is now gone and the cleanup is continuing around the clock.
Word -- reopen the airport on Sunday the fourth -- went.
Currently we -- three runways open fourth for only 28 left for scheduled -- all goes well -- and Sunday.
-- thousand tons of asphalt to -- work on the runway and working all night.
Working all night to move the aircraft and that should be done by tomorrow.
Federal investigators are wrapped things up here at the airport they say they're giving this investigation top priority and hope to know what caused the crash -- a year or less.
So far the picture that's emerging continues to raise questions about the pilots who were supposed to be monitoring the plane's airspeed.
And didn't realize they were coming in too slow and too low until it was too late.
At this point Allison federal investigators say there is no evidence to suggest there was anything wrong with the plane.
-- -- -- thanks so much for that update but it down and check back.
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