Local NPR station KQED is currently broadcasting the report by the NTSB. They just read out the first audition of the CVR.
NCT cleared them for a visual approach to 28L. Field conditions were VMC with visibility being 10SM. As far as the runways go, 28L had the localizer in use, but glide slope was OTS. So ithad to be a visual approach. Approach speed was 157kts, flaps 30.
7 seconds before impact, call was given to increase speed. 4 seconds before impact, call from pilot to go around was given. Stick shaker started to happen 1.5 seconds before impact. Impact was directly on the sea wall and PAPIs. They have footage of the actual crash looping.
It's hard for me to go further into detail as I'm hearing this on the radio of KQED's report on its Sacramento station, KQEI.
If you want to listen in, hit up www.kqed.org
speed was 137kts, though preliminary info is stating that their speed was MUCH slower. NTSB's actual words. Call for more speed was at 7 seconds. Stick shaker at 1.5 seconds.
With the stick shaker, this tells me they were slow on speed and close to STALL.