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Malaysian Officials Deny Plane’s Engines Sent Data For Hours After Vanishing
A new clue in the mystery of that Malaysian Airlines flight that vanished… Or is it another false report?
FOX News Radio’s Simon Owen has the latest on the missing Malaysia Airlines plane:
Malaysian authorities dismissing suggestions in the “Wall Street Journal” that the plane’s engines were transmitting data for four hours after the jet disappeared. Although the government says it is possible the plane did continue flying.
Almost six days on, Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein admitting they’re still in the dark.
(Hussein) “There is no real precedent for a situation like this. The plane vanished.”
Satellite imagery showing suspected debris from the plane has also been dismissed as a false lead.
Simon Owen, FOX News Radio.