Debris Search Continues for Missing Flight 370

Search planes and ships are closing in on an area 1,500 miles off Australia's coast.
3:00 | 03/24/14

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The -- -- -- air flight 370 has been confirmed. -- do you sadness and regret that I must inform you. The calling from this new -- -- and me please -- -- zero and in his do you. The somber prime minister saying groundbreaking analysis of satellite data finally gives new certainty about the flight's path. This is a remote locations follow problem and it also manages -- Search planes and ships are closing in on the area 15100 miles off Australia's coast teams there have already spotted floating debris. High tech cameras took pictures from the sky as crews threw flares to mark the spot. First I cry -- grain circular object and the -- and an orange rectangular. Object this Australian navy supply ship named this success is racing to pull the items from the water. Then investigators will determine if they're part of that Boeing triple seven. The race -- on to find where the plane hit the water and those critical black boxes. The real answers to the mystery of this airplane crash like 700 miles back to the west. Wherever the airplane hit the water at the bottom of the ocean. The US navy announced this morning it's sending a black box -- -- to the region to help. The boxes contain data for all seven and a half hours of the flight. Devin Dwyer ABC news New York.

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