Australia chasing objects "possibly" from missing plane
CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA- The prime minister sent the Australian air force to look for objects, possibly from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
The Associated Press reported late Wednesday of the find and said the objects were spotted on satellite imagery. Not much else was reported, since it was not immediately known what exactly was seen.
The air force will divert to the area to attempt to locate the objects. Crews will arrive in the area Thursday afternoon.
Three additional aircraft are expected to follow for a more intensive search.
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