Thursday, March 20, 2014

Missing pieces of Malaysian Boeing found

Missing pieces of Malaysian Boeing found
Two objects observed in the Indian Ocean are "probably the best indication that we currently have found the missing aircraft from Malaysia Airlines. The unit of Malaysia Airlines with 239 people on board went missing since Saturday March 8. Flight MH370 was en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Australian Coast Guard John Young announced that debris of the plane missing for 13 days of Malaysia Airlines were discovered floating on 2660 kilometers southwest of the city of Perth. One of the pieces is 24 feet long.
Missing Plane of Malaysian Boeing found

"We have to find, view and judge to know if it really is meaningful or not," said Young."The objects are quite clear on the images," he told reporters in Canberra.

"I do not claim to be the judge of the images, an expert but experts suggest that the sightings are credible."

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced it earlier in parliament that the Coast Guard had obtained from "satellite data" about objects that might hold. Associated with research information 'new and credible " "We must keep in mind that the localization will be very difficult and it may be that they are not linked to flight MH370," he warned, however.


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