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Asiana flight attendants return to South Korea after plane crash

Relief for six Asiana flight attendants who returned home to South Korea after surviving a plane crash in San Francisco, in which two Chinese passengers were killed and more than 180 others injured. Lee Yoon-Hye was the last person to leave to burning plane. (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) ASIANA FLIGHT ATTENDANT LEE YOON-HYE, WHO WAS THE LAST PERSON TO LEAVE BURNING PLANE, SAYING: "I really wanted to return to South Korea as soon as possible. I'm so glad to be home, but it breaks my heart when I think about my colleagues and passengers who are still in San Francisco and being treated, as well as their families." They don't want to be called heroes (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) SOUTH KOREAN FLIGHT ATTENDANT, KIM JI-YEON, SAYING: "I feel even ashamed to hear that. I think I just did what I was expected to do." As the flight attendants return home authorities in the U.S. release audio of emergency calls made by passengers. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUDIO OF UNIDEN

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