A survivor of the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport has been talking about his experience and how he and other passengers got of the plane.
Describing the initial moments after the crash, Ben Levy said: "I felt I had broken ribs. I had a lot of blood on me. But realised that it wasn't actually from me, it was from my neighbour which was hit really bad on the head."
The US National Transportation Safety Board is continuing to investigate the crash in which two Chinese students were killed and more than 180 of the 370 people on board injured.
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