Search Area Shifts For Missing Malaysian Jet

(Canberra) -- The search area for debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is moving about 700 miles northeast. John Young with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority says new radar data now suggests the plane was traveling faster than previously estimated.
Young said the new information is the most credible lead they have in the search for wreckage from the flight. The new search area is about 125 square miles. Crews are trying to confirm if hundreds of objects spotted by satellites are debris from the missing airliner. Ten aircraft and six ships are involved in today's search.
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John Young with the AMSA says new radar data is causing a shift in the search area for the missing Malaysian airliner
John Young with the AMSA says the search for the missing Malaysian airliner is shifting about 700 miles.
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