NTSB: No sign of mechanical trouble on Asiana 214
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"Our response was immediate," Talmadge said. "It’s not what you may see in the movies. That’s not how a real-life response is to a large-scale incident."
Associated Press writers Joan Lowy in Washington, Terry Collins in San Francisco and Haven Daley in Scotts Valley, Calif., contributed to this report.
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