A KVI colleague faces a parenting dilemma

A KVI colleague faces a parenting dilemma
In this Saturday, July 6, 2013, photo provided by passenger Benjamin Levy, passengers from Asiana Airlines flight 214 are treated by first responders on the tarmac just moments after the plane crashed at the San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco. The flight crashed upon landing, and two of the 307 passengers aboard were killed. (AP Photo/Benjamin Levy)

KVI morning news anchor, Marina Rockinger, tells John Carlson and listeners about the parental decision she needs to make as her 12-year-old son is about to fly to San Francisco—unaccompanied—to visit his uncle. Do you tell your son all about the previous crash of Flight 214? Because some of the wrecked plane is still visible for passengers as they land at SFO. John and listeners weigh in with their advice for Marina. Check Carlson's Facebook page for additional comments.