UNOFFICIAL REPORT: Flight MH370 Crashed off Vietnam coast/ Pesawat MH370 Terhempas di Lautan Vietnam

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HANOI 8 Mac- A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew crashed into the sea 153 miles off the coast of Vietnam’s Tho Chu island on Saturday, according to a Vietnamese navy officer quoted by state media.

“At the moment there are no Vietnamese navy boats in that area so we have to ask boats from Phu Quoc island to be prepared for rescue,” Admiral Ngo Van Phat told the website of Tuoi Tre news.

Tho Chu and Phu Quoc lie to the southwest of southern Vietnam.

The admiral could not be reached by telephone. It was not immediately clear how he knew where the plane had crashed or whether wreckage had been spotted.

The plane last had contact with air traffic controllers 120 nautical miles off the east coast of the Malaysian town of Kota Bharu, the airline said. -REUTERS

HANOI 8 Mac – Pesawat Malaysia Airlines (MAS) yang membawa 227 penumpang dan 12 krew dilaporkan terhempas ke dalam laut iaitu 246 kilometer dari luar pantai pulau Tho Chu di Vietnam.

“Buat masa ini, tidak ada bot-bot tentera laut Vietnam di kawasan itu, oleh itu kami meminta bot dari pada pulau Phu Quoc supaya bersedia untuk operasi menyelamat,”’’ kata Laksamana Ngo Van Phat kepada portal berita Tuoi Tre.

Pulau Tho Chu dan Phu Quoc terletak barat daya di selatan Vietnam.

Bagaimanapun, pegawai itu gagal dihubungi menggunakan telefon dan tidak dapat dipastikan bagaimana beliau tahu di mana pesawat MH370 itu terhempas dan bangkai kapal berada. -REUTERS

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