Accident investigators are looking into what caused the pilots of a Continental Airlines 737-500 to abort takeoff on Saturday evening in Denver, where the aircraft veered from the runway into a ravine in an accident that destroyed the plane and injured 38. According to press reports, investigators are looking into a "rattling" sound on the cockpit recorder that began 41 sec. after the brakes were released and the aircraft started down Denver International's 12,000-ft. Runway 34R. Four sec. ...

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