At this very moment, a devastating global event is making headlines, leaving everyone heartbroken for those affected and curious to know where and how it happened. Although this incident actually happened years ago, recent media attention is due to reports stating Zaharie Ahmad Shah (pilot of flight), was found alive – prompting readers to question whether such claims are accurate. Here we explore this tragic event more in-depth.
Recently, on 8 March 2014 during its flight between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 mysteriously vanished without trace on 8 March. Reportedly carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members when it vanished – according to reports this happened around 12:41 AM local time – is still captivating the attention of people worldwide ten years on from this tragic event. To mark its 9th Anniversary since going missing, Netflix released an award-winning documentary called MH370: The Plane That Disappeared detailing the events leading up to 2014 plane going missing on 8 March 2014.
Since MH370 vanished, approximately 370 dead bodies are said to have been recovered from its wreckage. As time has gone on and no concrete evidence has surfaced yet, conspiracy theories continue to circulate in regards to what really happened and its aftermath. To this point, no trace of either plane nor passengers have ever been discovered, though one Reddit user posted about finding one wearing a lifejacket off Malacca with assistance from local volunteers; this later turned out not be one from vanished flight MH370.t.
Many are still curious about the fate of passengers on Malaysia Flight 370. Though rumors swirl that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah may have survived, nothing concrete has surfaced to support this assertion. We should remember those lost during this tragic incident and allow their loved ones to find closure one day.