Sonar images taken of the Indian Ocean floor closely resemble wreckage of the missing Malaysian plane, Flight MH370, a U.S. consulting firm said Tuesday. The photos, released last month by Australian search teams were initially dismissed by authorities, though experts say they could provide important clues.
Flight MH370 was traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared from radar in March 2014. Almost no evidence has surfaced regarding what happened to the plane and its passengers for more than a year as extensive conspiracy theories and false reports of debris proliferated.
It wasn't until July that a flaperon from the plane was discovered on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The flaperon so far is the only piece of confirmed evidence in the search for MH370.
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