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Thousands of Texts, Tweets From Asiana Flight 214 Reveal Every Possible Mundane Detail

The FAA released today over 100 pages of texts and tweets sent by passengers of Asiana flight 214 that reveal new details on the timeline of events leading up to the plane's crash landing at San Francisco International Airport July 6th.

"Waiting to board plane", one passenger texted a friend before boarding the plane in Incheon South Korea.

Then, 18 minutes later, the same passenger texted: "Just got on plane."

At 5:52 Korean Standard Time, 45 minutes into the flight, dozens of tweets and texts originating from the plane reported that the flight attendants had begun their first beverage service, and then, 52 minutes after that, started to serve dinner.

"Choice between stmd rice+veggies, peppercorn steak, ham sammie and some Chinese b***s*** on my flight", one passenger tweeted.

Amongst hundreds of other texts and tweets between subsequent beverage and meal services, it was reported that some lady sitting next to a woman onboard was constantly needing to get out of her seat, a man was "snoring like a bastard", and that The Incredible Burt Wonderstone "sucks".

In the moments just prior to and after the plane crash landed, a flurry of texts and tweets reveal the scene onboard:

11:25 a.m. - "Think something's wrong with our plane."

11:26 a.m. - "I think our plane just crashed."

11:26 a.m. - "Plne totally crashed. Think I brke my arm. Hard 2 type."

11:27 a.m. - "I'm on fire! #burning"

11:27 a.m. - "AAAAAAAAAAAAGGH!!!!"

Authorities continue to investigate what caused the plane to crash.

 
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