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BEIJING, July 7 (Itar-Tass) - Two Chinese citizens died in the crash of the Boeing-777-200 airliner in San Francisco, the Chinese Central Television reported on Sunday. The Chinese authorities are checking this information.
The airliner en route from Seoul on the flight number 214 was carrying 291 passengers, including 61 Americans, 77 South Korean citizens, 141 travellers from China, a Japanese citizen and 16 crewmembers.
According to representatives of the air harbour, the incident occurred at 11:28 local time (22:28 Moscow time), when the airliner was sliding down for the landing.