Debris suspected to be part of missing flight MH370 found in Mauritius
April 3, 2016 - Uncategorized
A piece of debris found on Rodrigues Island in the east-African nation of Mauritius is of interest to authorities searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight, MH370.
The Australian government is aware of the wreckage, Dan O’Malley, spokesman for the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, told Mashable Australia. The bureau, along with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, among other bodies, forms part of the Australian search effort.
Whether the debris belongs to the plane, which disappeared on Mar. 8, 2014 with 239 people on board, is not yet clear. Multiple pieces of debris suspected to have come from MH370 have been found in recent years, including on Reunion Island and near Mossel Bay in South Africa. Read more…