CALIFORNIA (WKOW) – Asiana Airlines says it will pay $10,000 to each passenger who was on its flight that crashed in San Francisco in July.
A spokeswoman for the airline says the money is separate from medical compensation and those who were not hurt can receive the money too.
She added that those who do collect the money can still sue the airline over the deadly wreck.
Three people were killed and more than 180 others were hurt when Flight 214 crashed short of the runway on July 6.
The National Transportation Safety Board is still investigating the crash.
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