Video: Watch eerie moment family of missing Malaysia Airlines passenger successfully ring his phone
Video: Watch eerie moment family of missing Malaysia Airlines passenger successfully ring his phone - but nobody answers
The family of a passenger on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight successfully rang his mobile phone - but nobody answered.
This video shows the moment relatives of a Chinese man among the 239 people feared dead after the passenger jet mysteriously disappeared rang his phone live on state television.
The call connected, but then rang out.
Chinese media reports that a number of families have been able to ring mobile phones of their missing loved ones but no one answers.
The development raises even more questions about what has happened to flight MH370.
The flight is presumed to have crashed off the Vietnamese coast on Saturday, after losing contact with air traffic controllers off the eastern Malaysia coast.
Fears terrorists are to blame are growing as it emerged two passengers were using stolen passports.
An Italian and an Austrian were feared to be among the 239 victims presumed dead after the Boeing 777 crashed into the South China Sea.
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Today, Malaysia's military confirmed they had tracked the plane until 2:40 am as it turned around and headed over the Strait of Malacca, raising questions about why civilian air control lost contact and why the Malaysian military took so long to confirm it had tracked the flight.
The search area has now been moved west, to the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea.
Dozens of planes and ships from several nations have been scouring waters on both sides of the Malaysian peninsula, but they've found no trace of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that's been missing since Saturday. (March 12)
On March 7, at 1:30 am Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 lost all communications and vanished with 239 people on board.
Now, five days later, search crews are racing to find the plane's black boxes in order to solve the mystery of its disappearance, the South China Morning Post reported.
Black boxes are able to record a huge amount of data and therefore can help, in case of a crash, to understand the causes of the accident.
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MISSING MH370: MAS gives financial aid to families of passengers
Families of passengers Malaysia Airlines (MAS) MH370 will accept cash donations from MAS pending updates on the disappearance of the aircraft concerned.
The father of a passenger, Safe Omar, 60, said it was informed by the staff MAS him yesterday.
Anyway, Happy the father of Mohd Khairul Amri, 29, said the total contribution is not yet known and it aims to buy daily necessities.