Malaysian authorities have announced that new objects have now been sighted, thereby raising hope of finally finding the flight's wreckage.
Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak appeared at an unscheduled news conference saying there is a major development, possibly confirmation of Flight 370 debris. Mr. Razak has only held one news conference on this matter in two weeks when Malaysia said it believed the plane had been deliberately diverted off course.
Over the past weeks, there has been much speculation about the flight, the crew, and the date associated with this mid air mystery. However, today Chinese Ilyushin IL-76 aircraft involved in the search reported large floating objects with many white smaller ones scattered within a radius of several kilometers, according to the official New China government controlled news agency.
China and Japan joined an Australian-led team of American and New Zealand aircraft totaling 10 military and commercial planes that combed an area of about 20,000 square nautical miles in the southern Indian Ocean looking for traces of Flight 370.
Some grieving families were reportedly notified via text, while others refuse to accept this announcement as closure. The point to no plane wreckage, or flight debris has been officially brought forth.
Missing Malaysian plane crashed: Prime Minister Najib Razak: http://youtu.be/nyum3NHjDqA