NTSB Expected to Release Cause of Asiana Airlines Crash

It has been nearly a year after the Asiana Airlines flight crashed at the San Francisco International Airport. The cause of the crash is expected to be revealed tomorrow by the NTSB.

Federal investigators believe inexperience in the cockpit contributed to the crash. But safety officials believe Boeing, the plane manufacturer, created a system too complicated for pilots to understand. Boeing is denying any fault.

The plane crash killed three and injured 200.

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