For A Passenger’s Brother, The Pain Of Lost Flight 370 Lingers

For A Passenger’s Brother, The Pain Of Lost Flight 370 Lingers

As pieces of an aircraft wash ashore on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, there has been conflicting information about whether the wreckage belongs to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Tom Wood, the brother of a passenger on the lost flight, talks to Melissa Block about the search.

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