EasyJet said a majority of its shareholders had backed the plan to buy 135 new Airbus planes, defeating a move by the group's estranged founder to block the deal. NTSB Federal accident investigators ... more 
EasyJet said a majority of its shareholders had backed the plan to buy 135 new Airbus planes, defeating a move by the group's estranged founder to block the deal. NTSB Federal accident investigators say two flight attendants working in the back of the Asiana Airlines jet that crash landed in San Francisco were ejected from the back of the plane after impact and survived. San Francisco fire officials say they encountered smoke, leaking jet fuel and passengers coming down on chutes when they arrived at the Asiana airlines crash scene. Lt. Christine Emmons said at a news conference on Monday that she and her partner ran up a chute into the plane. They found four passengers trapped in the back. The conditions in the plane were changing rapidly, with the fire coming down on rescuers and the smoke thickening. Emmons said the trapped passengers were pulled out to safety. less 
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Thu, Jul 11, 2013 10:02 AM EDT