EXCLUSIVE: David Wright Reports as US Navy Plane Zeroes in on Debris

ABC News' David Wright, aboard a Navy search and rescue plane, discusses search developments.
3:00 | 03/19/14

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Transcript for EXCLUSIVE: David Wright Reports as US Navy Plane Zeroes in on Debris
And -- write dialogue morning US navy -- me. -- didn't that the search and rescue battle -- call sign for this flight is rescued seven people or. Where the search an area. Headed toward the South Pole from almost due south of Kuala Lumpur -- -- -- and at what we're being told by a flight crew here. Didn't they have an intelligence now that there is some sort of debris in the water they're not clear what we will be the first plane on the site. And that we are -- spending through the clouds right now. -- -- And -- the high end here available must -- classified. And if anybody is likely to find something down there and complain had a very good opportunity to use. It's that serious -- citing. I agree that not only -- the plane headed into the area. But -- Australian planes are also headed this way. They're becoming the waters -- the next several hours searching for three hours looking broke visually from the plane. And also with all the high tech you're they have on court. -- -- -- This might be in the water -- a false alarm but they -- to be treating it as a very promising sign it's about 14100 miles. Brent Antarctica. -- 1775. Miles south southwest and call -- more. At about thirteen hundred miles from Australia. We've been traveling three hours to get an inside we'll have three hours. Blows to the water. News -- for what whatever might be down there and then three hours of live action flood level -- -- -- -- Not quite -- -- -- that they're getting radar and it's now a significant size so all indications are that there is something down there. Whatever it might -- we won't know until we -- -- -- look -- we will be up close very sound and we will report back of course will -- David Wright according US navy EA and tighten and -- Knight rescues people are. About 800 miles southwest of Australia.

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