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Two people are dead and 10 Korean-speaking passengers are hospitalized in critical condition at San Francisco General Hospital after an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 from Seoul, South Korea crashed upon landing at San Francisco International Airport, according to the Los Angeles Times. There are 60 people unaccounted for, as of 4:46 p.m.
Bob Hope Airport in Burbank had two flights scheduled to head to SFO on Saturday, both on United Airlines, which were going to be delayed around three hours or more, although passengers should contact the airline directly for more specific detail, said airport spokesman Victor Gill.
One Saturday departure was scheduled for 1:08 p.m., and the other for 5:56 p.m., and both were being delayed as of 3:20 p.m.
Gill said that the plane for the 1:08 departure had arrived in Burbank around noon Saturday, but that its departure time was dependent on what SFO wanted to.
"It's all a function of when san Francisco opens for business again... and where the individual flights fall in the pecking order, it's hard to estimate," he said.
[For the record, July 6, 2013: A previous version of this article stated that one person died. San Francisco Airport officials announced that a second person has died.]
-- Nicole Charky contributed to this report.