Flight recorders from aborted takeoff in Denver being reviewed

Federal investigators looking into Saturday's runway incident at Denver International Airport said Monday that an initial review found that the flight recorders contain "good data," including information that the crew activated thrust-reversers on both engines in an attempt to abort takeoff as the plane roared down the runway at about 135 mph. Although the NTSB said it is too early to rule anything out, no problems have been discovered with the plane's engines, tires or brakes. Investigators have yet to interview the plane's captain, but NTSB officials in Washington are set to more thoroughly review the flight recorders.

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