29 March 2014
The Daily Telegraph London – Royal Australian Air Force aircrew says they are “really pleased” after 11 pieces of possible debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 are spotted floating in a new search area in the Indian Ocean.
The objects, which have yet to be verified, were spotted in a new search area in the Indian Ocean identified by AMSA.
“Really pleased with what we’ve come across today. Eleven objects in total is what we’ve come across; a varying range of shapes, sizes, objects that were sitting on the surface of the ocean, some just below,” said Flight Lieutenant Josh Williams of the Royal Australian Air Force.
“We’ve got the operators down the back analysing the photos. We’ve taken hundreds of photos today, so they’ll go through each one of those looking for objects of interest. From there we’ll separate those photos and analyse them ourselves. Those photos will then be put on a disc and sent away upon landing for further analysis by imagery experts,” he said.