Missing MH370: Authorities Continue To Recover Debris

Image by Adrian Pingstone | Wikimedai
Image by Adrian Pingstone | Wikimedia

An Australian plane has spotted two items of debris in the ocean that could be from the missing Malaysian flight MH370.

Possible debris of the missing plane

With the search for the missing plane now in its third week, more teams are on their way to help locate the aircraft.

According to Malaysia’s transport minister, the objects spotted could be picked up in the southern Indian Ocean in a couple of hours.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, on the other hand, said the crew had located two objects. One object was circular and gray or green. While the other is rectangular and orange.

Fate of the aircraft

Abbott said the objects were different from several white square-shaped objects found by Chinese planes.

“The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has advised that objects have been located by a Royal Australian Air Force P3 Orion. And I can advise the House that HMAS Success is on scene and is attempting to locate and recover these objects,” Abbott told the Australian parliament.