Transcript for US Joins Australia, New Zealand in Search for MH370
Twelve days later and still no answers as to what happened to flight 370. But -- this morning from military radar and fishermen. Are creating new theory -- CBC's -- Batiste is in Perth Australia and she filed this report moments ago. This morning the US navy's most advanced surveillance plane -- -- -- has joined aircraft from Australia and New Zealand they're scanning a million nautical miles far off the western coast of Australia -- -- really really treacherous deep seas. -- winter is coming. The rescue effort just continues to get difficult by the day with all the high tech equipment it may end up being a -- -- -- spots any sign of the missing -- just not in -- Needle in the haystack and it's it. It's a needle in in in and thousands of fields hay stacks. ABC's Bob would have tracked sounds Malaysian fishermen who claim they saw the plane -- -- disappeared. In almost the exact spot the plane was thought to have made its sharp left turn off course. They say they were here ten miles out to -- when they suddenly saw the jet barreling by them. Flying low louder and bigger than any plane they had ever seen in the sky. -- military announced their radar picked up an unidentified plane on the night of the disappearance in -- -- west Malaysia which roughly fits the current search area. Earlier today at the koala Lumpur -- airport the flight took off from people came to a viewing gallery to write messages showing their support and hope. For the 239. People on board. The navy's high tech -- site has -- here for Australia. And it's 12100 mile -- -- whole range it's April's retail inserts the southern portions of the Indian Ocean. Making its case BBC news. Australia.
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