Asiana Crash Eludes Investigators Without Evidence

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July 9 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Cook updates the latest news on the investigation into crash landing of Asiana Flight 214 in San Francisco. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Our investigators getting a better idea of the cause?

Not yet.

They have not found evidence of mechanical problems or other issues would have -- that would've explained the crash.

But they look for the interviews the crewmembers will shed light on what happened.

2 more are said to be interviewed today, including the pilot in training at the controls saturday.

The big question, why did the pilots tried to land the plane below the targets -- target speed for touchdown?

One had more than 12,000 hours in the cockpit and he was training the other pilot, who had nearly 10,000 hours.

43 in the boeing triple seven, his first landing in san francisco, though he had landed other planes there.

The airline pilots association is questioning regulators' handling of the investigation.

They say they are stunned by the release of much flight data this early in the probe, calling an unprecedented and that it only encourages wild speculation about the cause.

The ceo of asiana airlines is expected in san francisco today to personally meet with crash victims.

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