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Did The Maldives See Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 The Night It Disappeared?

The Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been all over the news lately because it still has yet to be found.  New information has surfaced about the Maldives possibly seeing the flight the night it disappeared.

Did The Maldives See Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 The Night It Disappeared?

Did The Maldives See Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 The Night It Disappeared?

The capital city, Male, of the Maldives.

It has been almost two weeks since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared and it is unbelievable that it still has not been found.  With all the technology in this world, how did an entire plane full of people go missing?  If this truly was a terrorist attack, wouldn’t people have made phone calls such as the ones made from planes that were part of other terrorist attacks?  Shouldn’t some kind of search have found the plane by now if it went down on accident and crashed into the ocean?  So many questions with no answer.  There have been many theories as to where the plane is, such as a hoax about it being in the Bermuda Triangle, but there are still no leads.

Some people on Kuda Huvadhoo, in the Dhaalu Atoll, a remote island in Maldives claim that they saw the jet flying low on the night of March 8.  The Maldives is a small island nation in the Indian Ocean.  But the Manager of Communications for the Maldives Airport told Wall Street Journal that there was no credible evidence that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was the jet that residents thought they saw fly over the island.

Malaysian investigators last saw communication from the plane too far away for it to be in the Maldives at the reported time.  But it is very unusual for a plane to be flying soo low in the Maldives, which may be what caused residents to believe that it was Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 flying overhead.  It is unknown if the area will be searched for the flight.  Currently, there are 26 nations searching for the missing flight.

Photo courtesy of Wikipedia.

Did The Maldives See Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 The Night It Disappeared?

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