Search For Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Continues

It’s been about 19 months since Malaysian Flight MH370 went missing. As the days continue and investigations march on, piece-by-piece the missing aircraft shows up.

In the Philippines (Tawi Tawi to be exact), a young boy on a hunt for birds came across an aircraft – full of skeletons – wreckage and a Malaysian flag, which is believed to be Flight MH370.

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Upon the finding, which happened in September, the boy saw the skeletal remains still strapped into their seatbelts. Jamil Omar of Borneo, 46, the boy’s uncle, reported the findings and stated that because they live in a place where televisions and newspapers pretty much don’t exist, he was ignorant to the news of the world.

“There was a skeleton still in the pilot’s seat. The pilot had his safety belt on and the communication gear attached to his head and ears,” Omar told local police, Free Malaysia Today reports.

The teen also admits to taking a piece of fabric for a blanket, later to be identified as a Malaysian flag.

While this would be a closed chapter in the missing flight’s book, it still has not be confirmed to be Flight MH370.

“I have told the [Department of Civil Aviation] to look into the report. We don’t know if the report is true, so we need to verify it first … Let’s not speculate and give space to the DCA to conduct its investigation,” Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai told local media.

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This wouldn’t be the first time the flight has been seen since it’s original take-odd. In August, fragments of the missing aircraft were found on Reunion Island.

“It is with a very heavy heart, I must tell you, a team of experts have conclusively confirmed that debris found on Reunion island is indeed from MH370,” said Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on the missing pieces.