Coast Guard responds to plane crash at San Francisco International Airport

Pacific Southwest Coast Guard News
ALAMEDA, Calif — The Coast Guard and other agencies responded to a plane crash at San Francisco International Airport Saturday.

Coast Guard Sector San Francisco watchstanders received a call around noon of a Boeing 777 that crashed at the SFO airport.

San Francisco Fire Department personnel are on scene. Coast Guard Air Station San Francisco launched an MH- 65 Dolphin helicopter rescue crew and medically evacuated two individuals to Stanford Hospital.

Air Station San Francisco is on standby to launch another helicopter; personnel are with the setup with a triage station.

The severity and number of injuries are unknown.

The plane crash is under investigation.

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