Another piece from the missing MH370 plane may have been found by a South African teen while strolling at a beach in Mozambique.
According to Liam Lotter, he found the piece which may be a part of the missing aircraft during a family vacation in the East African nation last December.
“We stumbled across what seemed like a curved sort of gray object,” the 18-year-old told CNN by phone. “We didn’t know what it was at first.”
Dan O’Malley of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau says the discovery has led to investigations to establish whether it’s from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
The jetliner vanished on March 8, 2014, after it took off from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, en route to Beijing, with 229 people aboard.
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