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At Denver International Airport, officials were still "baffled" Saturday by cracks that formed during the storm in the windshields of 12 airliners, airport spokesman Steve Snyder said.
Investigators had found no evidence of wind-blown debris that could have caused the cracks, which delayed some flights
Airplane windshields are heavily reinforced, designed to handle travel at hundreds of miles per hour and even survive collisions with birds, Hodas said.
"It's truly bizarre," he said.