Debris has been found off the coast of Australia. It may or may not be related to the missing Malaysian flight, cautions Australian officials.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has identified two objects in the Southern Indian Ocean, off the coast of Western Australia, announced Prime Minister Tony Abbott to Parliament, according to Australian media. Planes, including a RAAF Orion, are en route to investigate the find.
PM Abbott wisely warned Parliament – and the world essentially – that it is not yet confirmed if these are related to MH370.
The Boeing 777, MAS Flight MH370, went missing on Saturday, 8 March. It simply vanished while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. No word has been received from the 239 people on board (227 passengers and 12 crew). There is still no trace of the aircraft.
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