Debris, possibly belonging to MH370, found off Mozambique coast

| Monday, August 29, 2016 - 21:03
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The wreckage was kind of like a triangular shape and has been handed it to the police | Photo: Jean Viljoe/Facebook

New Delhi: A South African tour operator on Monday said that he found a metre wide and long wreckage on the east coast of Mozambique, which possibly could be a part of the missing MH370 flight.

Jean Viljoen said it was kind of like a triangular shape and he has handed it to the local police for investigation.

“I found this piece on the beach in front of a lodge called Linga Linga Lodge on Thursday last week,” Jean Viljoen, a hotel manager in Mozambique’s southern province of Inhambane, told AFP. “It is kind of triangular in shape, it’s 1.2-metres by-1.2 metres across, and it looks like it’s been in the ocean for a while.”

The experts said that the wreckage was badly damaged, which proves that the plane did not have a smooth landing and may have crashed into the ocean.

The Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 reportedly crashed in southern Indian Ocean on March 8, 2014, killing 239 people on board.



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