ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A New Mexico woman trying to fly home was in the San Francisco bay area at the time of the crash landing Saturday of a Boeing 777 airliner at the San Francisco International Airport.
Melissa Newman of Farmington said her flight has been delayed because the airport has been closed until further notice.
Newman said she wasn't sure at first what was happening.
"We were just told to call our particular airline and we check the website and the website just basically told us all the flights were canceled and it didn't give us any information," she said.
She likely won't get back to New Mexico until Monday or later.
Two Chinese teenagers will killed in the crash and more than dozens of other passengers were injured.
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