Malaysia yet to collect MH370 debris

Pieces found in Madagascar since June still on island
Debris assumed to be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been waiting in Madagascar for months for Malaysian authorities to collect it, The Guardian reports. Some of the pieces show scorch marks that may indicate there was a fire on board.
Blaine Gibson, an independent investigator from the US who discovered earlier debris confirmed to be from MH370, has found six further pieces on the island’s beaches since June which he thinks must be from the doomed aircraft.
He told Australian and Malaysian authorities but the items have not been picked up. Besides the debris, he has found “possible personal effects” of the plane’s passengers.
Dato’ Sri Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, director-general of Malaysian civil aviation, said this week that his department was in the process of seeking help from the Malaysia high commissioner in Pretoria, South Africa, to retrieve the debris and courier it to Malaysia.
The Guardian

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