PARIS, Aug 6 – French prosecutor said on Wednesday that they confirms that preliminary investigation indicates debris found on Reunion Island is from the missing MH370. The expert had examining a piece of the debris that washed up on Reunion Island, in the Indian Ocean island nation last week have reached a “very strong presumption” that it comes from a missing Malaysian jetliner but their finding still needs to be confirmed.
Deputy Paris prosecutor Serge Mackowiak told reporters that the fragment of the suitcase was also found on the island. It would be subjected to forensic examination by French gendarme police “as soon as possible”. About the wing part on information supplied by planemaker Boeing and by Malaysia Airlines had concluded which based by the expert.
He was speaking shortly after Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the flaperons from the Boeing 777 was the same as a supplement to the missing Malaysian airliner, the first real breakthrough in the search for the plane that disappeared 17 months ago. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared in March 8, 2014 last year enroute from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that had been scheduled to landed at 6.30am with 227 passengers and 12 crew on board.