Published On: Thu, Jul 30th, 2015

MH370 plane wreckage found and being tested


The infamous Malaysian flight which stunned the world and felt many heartbroken and puzzled over is now having some light shed on it. Flight MH370’s apparent debris has been found and is now being tested to see if it’s really from the wreckage. 

French investigators are now doing their best to piece together the debris and now trying to see if the wreckage they have found is from MH370. The debris washed up on an Indian Ocean island.


An aviation expert says the wing-flap has ‘incredible similarities’ of a Boeing 777, which was the same type of plane MH370 was. As of now it is hard to say whether the two are in connection. This is why the tests are being done.

No wreckage of MH370 has been found yet and the mystery still remains to what happened.


Search teams have been focusing on a 60,000 sq km (23,000 sq mile) area off the coast of Western Australia, where it is believed to have crashed. Reunion, the island where the debris was found lies some 6,000 km (3,730 miles) to the west, off the coast of Madagascar.



Source: BBC News.

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