Plane crash in Calif. kills 2, injures scores Breaks up and burns after landing in San Francisco; 181 are taken to hospitals, 49 with serious injuries ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page KTVU via Reuters Two people are dead after an airliner arriving from Seoul, South Korea, crashed while landing. AP The fatalities were identified by Chinese state media as two 16-year-old girls from Zhejiang province. NTSB via AFP/Getty Images The San Mateo County coroner said officials are investigating whether one of the girls was run over and killed by a rescue vehicle. NTSB via AP Investigators conducted a first site assessment overnight of the plane. JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images More than 180 people were injured. NTSB via AP NTSB Aerospace Engineer Greg Smith received the recorders from the plane in the laboratory in Washington, D.C. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP NTSB Chairwoman Deborah Hersman gave an update Sunday on her agency's investigation into the fatal crash. JOSH EDELSON/AFP Officials said at least 49 people were taken to area hospitals in serious condition. Sarah Rice/Getty Images People walked through a terminal as some flights resume at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday. Sarah Rice/Getty Images San Francisco Fire Department Airport deputy chief Dale Carnes addressed the press Saturday night. John Green/Bay Area News Group via AP The NTSB said it has already begun collecting data on traffic control and weather patterns. JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images Officials advise travelers to check with their airlines before coming to the airport. Noah Berger/AP The detached tail and landing gear of Asiana Flight 214 rested on the tarmac. Jeff Chiu/AP David Johnson, FBI special agent in charge of the San Francisco Division (foreground), said there was no early indication of terrorism in the crash. KTVU via AP The National Transportation Safety Board said it is too early in its investigation to say what caused a plane to crash in San Francisco. PETER DASILVA/EPA Investigators and fire department personnel walked around the wreckage. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A couple embraced as they watched a news conference with airport and city officials at San Francisco International Airport. Kimberly White/Getty Images A line of investigators walked on the tarmac near the remains of the plane. Susana Bates/EPA Airport spokesman Doug Yakel addressed the media. Jeff Chiu/AP Bob Merberg (foreground) sat with his two children after their flight to Rochester, N.Y., was canceled. Susana Bates/EPA People were seen outside of the international terminal at the San Francisco airport. Susana Bates/EPA The airport tweeted about 3:30 p.m. PDT that two runways were reopened. Alex Wong/Getty Images NTSB Chairwoman Deborah Hersman spoke with the media before her departure for San Francisco. Zach Custer via AP The NTSB said it is working with its counterpart in South Korea in the investigation. ROBERT GALBRAITH/Reuters People looked at the scene from a path along San Francisco Bay. KPIX via AFP Television footage showed the top of the fuselage was burned away and the entire tail was gone Noah Berger/AP A fire truck sprayed the Boeing 777 after it crashed. KTVU via Reuters The twin-engine aircraft is one of the world’s most popular long-distance planes. KTVU via Reuters An airport spokesman said he did not yet know how many passengers were aboard the flight. Krista Seiden Smoke could be seen rising from the plane.