Officials: Oil slick found in South China Sea not from Malaysia Airlines flight 370 that disappeared Saturday

Crews continue searching the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 that disappeared Saturday along with the 239 people on board.

Crews continue searching the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 that disappeared Saturday along with the 239 people on board. (3/10/14)

EDISON - Officials say the oil slick found in the South China Sea that stretched between six to nine miles did not come from the missing Malaysia Airline jet.

Crews continue to search the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 that disappeared Saturday along with the 239 people on board.

Federal safety officials say a team of experts will arrive in Asia to help in the investigation of the missing Malaysian Airlines jetliner.

Military radar shows that the missing jet may have tried to turn back, but a distress call never came.

Officials say they are also reviewing video of two people who boarded the plane using stolen passports, to identify who they are as the theory of terrorism is under consideration. 

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