SAN FRANCISCO (NBC News) -- The runway where Asiana Flight 214 crashed last weekend may reopen soon now that the NTSB investigation of the debris field is finished.
9-1-1 calls placed by passengers immediately after the crash were released overnight.
"We're at the SFO airport and our airplane just crashed upon landing, and I think we need some ambulances here as soon as possible," one caller said.
The engines, tail pieces and landing gear have now been removed from the runway; the rest is being picked up and put into containers to be taken to another site for reconstruction.
-- Jennifer Bjorklund, NBC News, reports