MH370 wing was discovered in 2014 by a fisherman in Australia he claims and alleges authorities ignored but now wants to speak out.
The account provided by Kit Olver, the Australian fisherman, suggests a significant discovery related to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Olver claims that he found a large piece of what he believes to be the missing plane, MH370’s wing about six months after its disappearance in 2014. Despite the startling find, he alleges that authorities ignored his report.
According to Olver, the wing was substantial, larger than that of a private plane, and he described it as a “bloody great wing of a big jet airliner.” The retrieval process was challenging, causing damage to the trawler’s net, and they were unable to bring the piece onto their vessel due to its size and weight.
George Currie, the only other surviving crew member present during the discovery, corroborated Olver’s account, emphasizing the weight and size of the wing. He mentioned that it was obviously from a commercial plane, ruling out a military jet or a smaller aircraft.
Despite the incident occurring more than nine years ago, Olver has decided to speak out and share his story with the world. He claims he can provide authorities with the coordinates of the discovery site, which is approximately 55 kilometers west of the South Australian town of Robe.
It remains to be seen how authorities will respond to this information and whether it will lead to a new search or investigation into the missing MH370.