Malaysian Airlines Flight Disappears in Southeast Vast Waters

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Recently, Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur carrying 227 passengers of 12 countries happened to be disappeared in southeast vast waters. Teams of different countries are searching the debris of disappeared plane but so far no clue has been sighted.

It goes without saying, Hung Nguyen spokesman of National Search and Rescue Committee of Vietnam said that “Navy of Vietnam has recently spotted an object floating near the Vietnam’s Tho Chu Island but failed to reach to the object”. The floating object was spotted by a rescue aircraft of Navy at around 7:30 a.m. ET Sunday and owing to darkness, the aircraft was ordered to return the base, says the spokesman. He further adds three rescue boat teams have been assigned the duty to identify the object.

On the other hand, Thai Navy Rear Adm. Karn Dee-ubon said that “we have shifted our focus from Gulf of Thailand to Andaman Sea”.  Actually, we received a request from Malaysian authorities and they said that there are possibilities that the plane might have been crashed in Andaman Sea.

Needless to say that since the disappearance of Flight 370 has been officially announced; more than 40 countries have started searching the debris of crashed airplane. Though it is being speculated that the plane might have gone down in the southeast waters yet no clues have been sighted.

Besides, Malaysian military officials said that “The radar had noticed that the plane changed its course and turned back toward Kuala Lumpur but authorities did not receive any signal from the Pilot”.

Last but not the least the plane was carrying 158 Chinese, 38 Malaysians, 5 Indian, and 3 U.S citizens, and its destination was Beijing.

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