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Chinese satellite spots possible plane wreckage

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BEIJING (AP) - China's official Xinhua News Agency says a government website has images of suspected debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

The report says the satellite images from the morning of March 9 appear to show "three suspected floating objects" of varying sizes.

The report includes coordinates of a location in the sea off the southern tip of Vietnam and east of Malaysia.

The report says the largest of the suspected pieces of debris measures about 24 by 22 meters.

Previous Report:

(CNN & KNOE) - Some developing news Wednesday evening on the missing Malaysian Airlines plane.

A Chinese satellite, looking into the disappearance of flight 370, may have found a suspected crash area at sea. This is according to a Chinese government agency.

Along with the announcement of the discovery, are images of what were three suspected floating objects. The objects are big, roughly the length of a bus.

The images were captured on March 9th, the day after the plane went missing, but were just released Wednesday.

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