Oil Slicks Found Off Malaysia’s Coast Not From Missing Plane
By Henrik Palmgren | redice.tv
The search for the Malaysia Airlines flight which mysteriously vanished (and was presumed crashed) deepens.
The flight disappeared off radar March 8, with 239 people on board, losing contact with ground control. It was presumed lost somewhere along it’s flight path between Vietnam and Malaysia.
Over the weekend, officials had reported seeing oil slicks and a single piece of debris that might have indicated a crash into the South China sea, but today lab tests have shown the oil slick is not from an airplane. The debris found was floating rubbish unrelated to the missing aircraft.
On the ongoing investigation, and the question about whether ’terrorism’ was involved, CTVNews has confirmed that, "two people got on the plane using stolen passports, but there is still no indication that they had anything to do with the plane’s demise"
Authorities and desperate family members are so far left with no answers for the disappearance of Flight MH370.
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