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Asiana Airlines Crash in San Francisco

Asiana Airlines Crash in San Francisco

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Blood Drive at SFO Monday Following Crash



    SFO is hosting a blood drive at 9 a.m. on Monday to help victims of the Asiana Airlines crash. Bob Redell reports. (Published Monday, July 15, 2013)

    A blood drive will be held at San Francisco International Airport on Monday to replenish blood supplies following the deadly Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash.

    The drive, hosted by the airport along with Blood Centers of the Pacific and Stanford Blood Bank, will be at the baggage claim area at Terminal 3 at 9 a.m.

    Travelers and others are welcome and encouraged to donate, but walk-ins will only be accepted based on availability.

    Donors are asked to schedule an appointment by calling 650-821-5907 or by emailing

    The drive aims to assist the passengers and crew aboard the flight that crashed while landing at the airport Saturday, killing two 16-year-old Chinese schoolgirls and injuring about 180 people, some critically.

    Airport officials said the drive will provide blood after supplies decreased following the incident.