Well, the NTSB's report on AA 1420's crash last year is out. The Pilot was unable to see the runway, even down at 100 ft. above it. There was severe weather alerts, severe weather going on at that time & place. The Co-Pilot recommended against landing, the Pilot ignored this.
The Pilot died. The plane landed off center, and skidded. maybe the pilot was trying to center her up after landing I don't know.
But the disturbing thing is why did they even attempt to land in those conditions? Just to keep on time? I cannot believe that. Also, American has had several crashes in recent years that also had incidents of Pilots ignoring warnings. I am starting to wonder about AA's corporate attitude: pushing too hard to keep up the ontime ratings and working crews up to the limit so they have to cut corners to get on the ground before their flying time is up.