Recently, a man discovered some plane wreckage in Maldives in the same ocean where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is said to have gone missing. Mohamed Wafir lives on the islands in the Indian Ocean and he posted images of the wreckage he found in Facebook. Reports indicate that they were taken away by the police for examination.
According to Wafir, the items were found on Baa Atoll Fehendhoo on 31st May but the police have not confirmed any details right now. This news was released after a report that a suitcase and a plane wing washed up on Reunion Island off the coast of Madagascar. Surprisingly, it is around 3000 kilometers away from Maldives.
Aviation workers reported to Beforeitnews.com that they have recognized the honeycone structure which was noticed in the discovered pieces. This primarily suggests that they are usually found in commercial airlines.
The Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared when it was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing last year. In the meantime, Kudahuvadhoo island residents in the Maldives reported that they saw a low-flying jet on the date in which this plane disappeared.
Reports suggest that the search for the missing wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 resumed on the France’s Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean on Sunday. According to local officials, it was earlier suspended due to bad weather.
The hunt was resumed when a search plane circled overhead and foot patrols searched the eastern coastline of this island. The local government officials declared that their navy vessels would only be mobilized if some debris was spotted in sea even though the sun started shining again on Sunday. On Friday, due to rough weather, a search ship was forced to turn back.
The plane was left alone to search a large area of coastline and ocean, which measures an estimated 2,000 square miles, equivalent to 5300 square kilometers. In late July, a wing part was found on the island and the Malaysian Prime Minister confirmed that it was a part of the missing Boeing 777 which went missing 8th March 2014 with 239 people on-board.
On Sunday, this hunt also attracted amateur investigators to the coastline and beaches of the island. One of the locals brandished an aluminum bar and declared that it might be a step while another admitted that he was looking for souvenirs.
Meanwhile, a source that is close to this investigation reported that a sort of treasure hunt mentality is spreading in the area and he would like to remind these people that a search like that often leads nowhere. Malaysian Authorities revealed that their earlier reports of finding a seat and window from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was incorrect. French investigators also revealed that they haven’t found any new items.
Meanwhile, Saint-Andre had a bizarre fortnight, since world media started accumulating in this town of 50,000, where the wing part had washed up. Last week, a special mass was held in this town for the 239 victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
The local mayor generous declared that they were ready to welcome their families if they wanted to come to Reunion. According to the reports, a monument to the victims was also under planning.
The island authorities are making use of three police and navy helicopters along with a military transport plane for this search. In the nearby Mauritius, authorities have started their search for possible plane debris that might have landed on their shores.
Although a tiny fragment, ‘possibly’ belonging to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was discovered in Reunion Island, there are various wild rumors and conspiracy theories circulating about the fate of this lost aircraft.