The crashed Asiana plane in San Francisco
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Asiana 214: Crash plane evacuation 'delayed'

The evacuation of Asiana flight 214, which crash-landed on Saturday in San Francisco, was delayed because the pilots initially said passengers should stay put, a safety official has said.

The evacuation began 90 seconds after the Boeing 777 skidded to a stop - and only after a flight attendant spotted fire outside, the official said.

Naomi Grimley reports

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