A second day of searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in a new area of the Indian Ocean has yielded nothing, an Australian official said Friday, dashing hopes of a quick find after the country spotted possible debris in satellite imagery and called it the «best lead» yet in the massive international hunt for a jet missing almost two weeks.
«The last report I have is that nothing of particular significance has been identified in the search today but the work will continue,» acting prime minister Warren Truss told reporters, the Associated Press reports.
His comments came a day after Australia touted «credible» evidence of what could be debris from the plane that vanished March 8 with 239 people aboard, pointing to two objects about 1,500 miles southwest of Australia, in the southern Indian Ocean. That prompted American and Australian search planes to comb the area, but after nothing…
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