The Asiana Airlines plane that crashed at San Francisco attempted to increase its speed and "go around" seconds before impact, America's National Transportation Safety Board has said.
Chairman Deborah Hersman said air controllers were unaware of any problems until the plane was seen hitting the seawall.
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