Asiana Crash Survivors Suing Boeing: Report

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    Asiana passenger Henry Xie says he wants his life back.

    Several passengers who survived the Asiana Crash at San Francisco International Airport last summer are suing Boeing, the maker of that plane.

    According to the Chicago Tribune, the suit claims Boeing's negligence contributed to the July 6 crash.

    The suit claims some of the equipment was improperly installed and defective, resulting in inadequate warnings for the pilots about low air speeds.

    Three girls from China died in the crash and the ensuing emergency response.

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    About 100 passengers are listed in the lawsuit.