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Flight MH370’s debris spotted in South China Sea

May 2, 2014

Another wild goose chase?  Surely, one more won’t hurt, right?

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Source of report from here
By James Rush and Richard Shears

British marine archaeologist claims to have found flight MH370 3,000 miles from the search zone after spotting debris painted in the colours of Malaysia Airlines

The arrow is believed to show two plane windows in aeroplane debris, which Mr Akers said could be from flight MH370

o Tim Akers believes he has discovered MH370 debris off the coast of Vietnam
o He says satellite images appear to show tail, wings and other debris
o Claims it is more likely plane crashed in South China Sea than Indian ocean
o Authorities have been searching for aircraft off coast of Western Australia
o Mr Akers had previously been studying Australian waters off Perth for years in search for remains of lost WWII ship – the HMAS Sydney
o It comes as airline boss tells relatives of passengers onboard MH370 to go home and wait for further news

A British marine archaeologist claims to have found the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 more than 3,000 miles from where authorities are currently searching.


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