Govt. dispatches investigator of Asiana Flight 214 to NTSB in U.S.
The Korean government will be sending one investigator to the United States as part of the probe looking into what caused Asiana Airlines Flight 2-1-4 to crash last month.
The transport ministry said the National Transportation Safety Board that is leading the investigation in the U.S. accepted Korea's request to dispatch one official.
From early next month, the Korean official will take part in the probe in Washington for about two-and-a-half months.
The passenger plane crash-landed in San Francisco on July 7th, killing three Chinese nationals and injuring more than a hundred and 80 others.
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