- A debris found off the coast of Mozambique is believed to have come from MH370
- The latest development came within few days of the 2nd year anniversary of doomed aircraft’s disappearance
- The object has been sent to the Malaysian authorities for further examination
- It could be the second confirmed object to come from the missing Malaysian flight
With a few days left before the second-year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370, another debris believed to be part of the ill-fated aircraft was reportedly discovered off the coast of Mozambique in eastern Africa, or more than 5,000 miles from the current search zone.
Sources told CNN that the object found on Wednesday, March 2, looked like a piece of horizontal stabilizer skin and has been sent to the Malaysian authorities for further examination.
It was found on a sandbank in the Mozambique Channel – the body of water between Mozambique in eastern Africa and Madagascar and around the same corner of the Indian Ocean where the only confirmed debris was found in July in La Reunion island.
The distance between the channel and Reunion Island could be no more than 1,300 miles.
The source also revealed that the object has the text “NO STEP” printed on the surface and could likely come from the wing-like parts attached to the plane’s tail. (Click here to read more)