New details in the crash of Asiana Flight 214. CNN confirms that a third victim has died from injuries sustained in the accident.
Meanwhile investigators will continue to comb through the evidence, trying to paint a clearer picture as to exactly what happened.
Officials have confirmed that one of the two students killed, 16-year-old Ye Meng Yuan, was run over by a fire truck shortly after the crash.
The L.A. Times reports that she was hidden under a layer of foam, sprayed by firefighters to extinguish the flames.
It's still unclear if she was killed by the collision and it's just one piece of the puzzle that investigators will piece together in the coming weeks.
Casey Wian is OutFront with an inside look at exactly how they'll do it.
Investigators are looking into claims that the pilot of Asiana Flight 214 was blinded by a light, seconds before he crashed at San Francisco's International Airport.
According to investigators the pilot says that at about 500 feet - a flash of bright light temporarily blinded him.
But according to investigators – it's still unclear if that played a role in the crash.
OutFront tonight: Keith Wolzinger a 777 pilot.
As federal investigators try to determine what caused the crash of Asiana flight 214, some of the most critical evidence is likely to come from the cockpit and the crew that was operating the plane.
Outfront tonight: Mark Weiss is a former 777 pilot for American Airlines.