Melissa Block Reports From New York That Aviation Experts Have Virtually

ruled out the engines as a factor in last month's crash of TWA Flight 800 off Long Island. That pretty much eliminates the possibility that a heat-seeking missile was the cause of the explosion that brought the Boeing 7-47 down. Experts are now re-examining various possibilities that a bomb was aboard the aircraft.

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