(San Francisco, CA) -- A third victim is dead as a result of Saturday's plane crash in San Francisco. The Boeing 777 operated by Asiana Airlines crashed on landing and erupted into flames. Doctors at San Francisco General say the third victim was a child. Several victims remain hospitalized. Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board are looking into the cause of the crash. Flight 214 was landing at San Francisco International Airport when the landing gear struck a seawall. The tail of the plane also broke off.
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