Apparently the pilot landed the opposite direction, due to winds and visibility, and used the "back door" system for landing. The ILS was located
on the opposite end of the runway. This allowed for a lower approach in poor visibility.
And I really hate my phone. That last post should have been "damage" not "cabbage". That's what I get for posting with a cracked screen.
The TSB is saying that some of the structural components on the right side of the aircraft penetrated the floor under rows 31 and 32, and the aft
flight attendant fold down seat. The aircraft was configured correctly, airspeed was good, there were no mechanical issues.
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