Myanmar military search and rescue operation for the lost Myanmar military plane reported that they have found the plane. Some dead bodies and aircraft debris were found Thursday morning June 8, 2017 at around 8.25 am (0155 GMT), a spokesperson from the military’s information team told Agence France-Presse, the Rappler.com said.
The commander in chief’s office confirmed the report that search team boarded on a ship had found the plane near the coast of Launglon in southern Myanmar with the bodies of men and women and child and recovered some of the passenger’s belongings such as the luggage, safety jackets. They also found tire which they believed the aircraft’s wheel.
Among the rescue and search operation deployed in the area were nine (9) navy ships and three (3) air force planes but desperately found no survivor as of today. The missing plane of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 last flew last Wednesday afternoon on June 7 from Myeik to Yangon, Myanmar’s commercial center with on board of 122 passengers including 14 crews members, 15 children from military families and 35 soldiers.
Report said; some passengers were travelling to attend school in Yangon while some of them were traveling for medical checkup.
The search and rescue team were continue on Thursday in spite of the worse expectations. Families of the victim are waiting for the updates.
During the flight, Myanmar weather bureau found no stormy weather in the area at the time.
The office of the commander-in-chief said, about half an hour after taking-off, the plane lost contact with the Myanmar traffic control at 1:35 p.m. (07:05 GMT) on Wednesday.