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July 10, 2013

Asiana crash evacuation delayed by 90 seconds

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SAN FRANCISCO —

Two people died in the crash and scores were injured, though most not seriously.

The flight attendants, especially lead attendant Lee Yoon Hye, have been cited for their professionalism during the evacuation. Lee and the other five attendants not hospitalized, one of whom was in a wheelchair, held a brief, emotional news conference Wednesday.

"I hope that all the families who suffered losses from this accident to recover as quickly as possible," Lee said. "They are all in my prayers."

With some of her colleagues choking back tears, Lee said they are all trying to recover.

She then quickly left the podium.

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