11:45 (EDT) There has been no verified wreckage yet reported as of this time.
11:44 (EDT) Search area is 1,273 miles NE Perth.
11:42 (EDT) Time check in Australia is 2:42 PM.
11:41 (EDT) Teams now following ‘newest, credible lead’ in search for the plane. – Australian official.
11:41 (EDT) “I will personally not use the term ‘debris field’ associated to what the satellite imagery might have spotted,” John Young.
11:39 (EDT) 10 aircraft will go to new search zone – Australian official
11:38 (EDT) New analysis shows plane has traveled faster than previously estimated.
11:37 (EDT) New search zone based on analysis of radar data – Australian official.
11:36 (EDT) John Young, General Director, Australian Maritime Safety Bureau and Martin Dolan, Chief Commander, Australian Transport Safety Bureau speaking at the press conference now.
11:34 (EDT) Right now, Australian authorities holding news conference on missing plane.
11: oo PM (EDT)
This could be confusing for all, especially for the families of the 239 passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Breaking news reports by CNN that search investigation resets with new leads that track Flight MH370 on a new area 684 miles from the Southern Indian Ocean.
In a live interview today 11 PM (EDT) with Cmdr. William Marks of the US Navy 7th Fleet, Anderson Cooper asked if the debris found in the Southern Indian Ocean may not be from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Anderson is just as confused as everyone else.
It seems Malaysia Airlines and Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak will have a lot of explanations to give, now that there is a breaking news that the Southern Indian Ocean may not be the final spot but rather there is a new search area 684 miles away where Flight MH370 might have ‘possibly went down.’
Just three days earlier, PM Najib announced that they have accepted all the evidence based on Inmarsat data that Flight MH370 went down into Southern Indian Ocean and there were no survivors. (RELATED: Families of the Malaysia Airlines MH370 passengers want proofs as Prime Minister Najib Razak accepts evidence that Boeing 777 crashed into the Southern Indian Ocean)
CNN’s Richard Quest deduce that MH370 flies on great speed thus might not be able to fly up to the Southern Indian Ocean because it will have to burn more fuel.
We will sure to see more updates from this. #PrayForMH370.
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