Flight 370: Debris doesn’t belong to the missing plane
More debris found on the Island of Reunion does not belong to the missing MH370 plane which disappeared on March 8 in 2015 with more than 200 people onboard. The details of the missing plane are still not known.
Last week two more parts of what looked like a piece of an aircraft were found on the beach in Mozambique. One part was found by a teenage boy who came to Mozambique with his family for a vacation. They did not think of debris as a part that belonged to the missing plane. Nevertheless, later when they heard a program on a local radio saying that a man found MH370 details close to where they saw this part, they decided to give it right to the police.
This time the piece was found by the same person that discovered the MH370 flaperon. The Guardian reminds that his name is Johnny Begue. However, the authorities doubt the possibility that this part might belong to the missing aircraft. The results will be announced after a thorough examination in Australia.
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