Briton identified

PEKING (AP) - Chinese investigators were searching yesterday for the flight recorders from an airliner that crashed during takeoff on Friday, killing 58 Chinese and a Briton. The BAe 146 operated by China Northwest Airlines ran off the runway into a marsh and broke up, in Yinchuan, about 560 miles west of Peking. The Briton was identified as William J Goldsworthy, 54, of Walmer Bridge, Lancashire, a technical director of Iddon Brothers Ltd.