Could It Be Flight 370?

The race is on to retrieve more than 120 pieces of possible debris spotted in the Indian Ocean.
3:00 | 03/26/14

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And now, the biggest break in the urgent search for flight 370. 122 objects were seen floating in the ocean, and tonight the race is on. Clayton sendell is with the search teams tonight. Reporter: We're in the sky before the sun. Chasing the most promising lead yet. 112 objects floating in the sea. Others as much as 23 meters in length. Reporter: This happened to be the region where satellites spotted large chunks of debris. From a plane, the view is 300 miles wide. The satellites, almost 500 miles above the Earth, get pictures ten miles wide. Today, it doesn't take us long to spot what looks like debris, large enough for a seagull to catch a ride. But the adrenaline rush is short. That object turns out to be seaweed. Then our first real lead. We circle back. Mark, mark, mark. Port side. Proximately two feet by three feet. Reporter: But whatever the crew saw has now vanished. We searched our area as long as we can. We have just enough fuel to get back to Perth. Tomorrow, they will be back, more eager than ever to solve a mystery. Now back to Washington state, where we're hearing new

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