Director General of Civil Aviation of Cambodia: MH370 Did Not Crash in Cambodia

Phnom Penh: Director General of Cambodia’s Civil Aviation Authority, Keo Sivan, has denied that missing aircraft MH370  has been spotted in the Cambodian jungle on Google Maps. 

Keo Sivorn confirmed to Rasmei Kampuchea on the morning of September 4 that the claims were just fictional.

The refusal from  Cambodia’s civil aviation director took place after the British newspaper, The Daily Star,  posted on September 3 that MH370 had crashed in Cambodia.

The Daily Star quoted Ian Wilson, a technology expert, who confirmed the detection of the MH370 through Google Maps and Google Earth.

MH370 went missing on March 8, with 239 people aboard.  The disappearance of MH370 is considered one of the greatest mysteries in history.


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