MH370 Debris Found in South Africa?

by Adam

A South African archeologist has discovered what appears to be a Rolls Royce engine cowling near the town of Mossel Bay on South Africa’s southern coast according to CNN. He took photos of the piece and sent them to a friend who is a pilot. The two then decided to alert the South African Civil Aviation Authority. They contacted Malaysian authorities who will are sending a team to retrieve the potential MH370 debris. You can clearly see the Rolls Royce logo in the picture posted to Twitter below.

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Two other possible pieces of debris from MH370 have been found in Mozambique over the last few months and are currently being examined by the investigation team in Australia.

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Jonathan March 23, 2016 - 6:20 pm

Only other missing jet that I see on wikipedia is a stolen 727, which dissappeared in Angola.

Crashes… let me check.

Verdict — it is, so far

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Jonathan March 23, 2016 - 6:21 pm

I could be wrong, but it’s looking like 370 to md.

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