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Missing jet: A 'more credible lead' gives way to new hope of finding missing jet

The missing jet of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 could be found now that debris from an unknown source has been spotted in the south Indian Ocean. The Independent reported March 28 that half of the aircraft out searching for the missing plane has spotted objects of different colors floating in the ocean, according to the the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).

Photos of possible missing jet debris will be analyzed overnight. Some of the colors were blue and grey, which are a some of the colors of Malaysian Airlines. A Chinese ship will try reaching the exact destination where the debris is at before they float to different parts of sea, given how rough the currents are in this part of the Indian Ocean. This latest development, however, is being described as a "more credible lead."

Chief executive of Malaysia Airlines, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, said that the "airline would make arrangements to take family members to Perth if wreckage was found" of the missing jet.

“The well-being and feelings of family members are and have always been close to our hearts and minds," he added.

“Ever since the disappearance of Flight MH370, Malaysia Airlines' focus has been to comfort and support the families of those involved and support the multi-national search effort. We will continue to do this, while we also continue to support the work of the investigating authorities.”

Is this incredibly difficult search for the missing jet finally being narrowed down enough to get answers soon?

Copyright © 2014 Heather Tooley

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