Transcript for Malaysian Plane Search Reaches 7th Day With No Results
Let's go to bob woodruff who is on the keen in Kuala Lumpur with the latest. Bob. Reporter: Good morning, Lara. We just got out of this news conference a short period ago. Asked a lot of questions. They didn't have a lot of answer, all they said they know about the location of this plane as much as they did six days ago. This morning, ABC news has learned the search operation has been expanded further into the south China sea and the Indian ocean. The Malaysian ministry announced two oil slicks were found in the south China sea one containing tiny traces of jet fuel but no jet found in the vicinity. They'll investigate and found some tiny bits of jet fuel. No jet was found in the vicinity. We do not believe that is the case. Reporter: While the U.S. Navy races in to help India is expanding its operations in the seas west of the andaman islands but not everyone is convinced the jet veered so far off course. This morning, news agencies in China reporting Chinese researchers detected a so-called sea floor event in the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam. The plane's original path, a possibility that it plunged into the sea. Malaysian officials yesterday said they have not searched the homes of the crew members and this morning at the mosque of the co-pilot friends told us he was a great man with prayers for all on board. No matter if they are Malay or whatever, they are human beings every time you hope. Inshallah. Even though we don't know where they are. Reporter: The Malaysia officials say they don't want to give information out. That it's private and needs to be secured around the world. All they're saying about these ideas is that they're gem speculation.
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