conspiracy

Oil rig worker: ‘I believe I saw the Malaysian Airliner come down on fire’

  6 Comments

Did flight MH370 take a turn for the worse?

By Shepard Ambellas

(INTELLIHUB) — The missing Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, carrying 239 people, may have crashed and burned, said an oil rig worker in an email to his employer.

The worker on the “Songa Mercur” oil rig off Vung Tau, claimed to have seen the aircraft, “at a compass bearing of 265º-275º”, “burning [on fire] in one piece”.

The worker also stated that it corresponded with the time that the plane went missing.

According to the worker the surface area of the observation was:

Lat. 08º 22′ 30.23″ N

Long. 108° 42′ 22.26″ E

The worker also stated in the email to his employer:

“From when I first saw the burning plane until the flames went out (still at a high altitude), was 10-15 seconds. There was no lateral movement. So it was either coming toward our location, stationary (falling), or going away from our location.”

The worker also pointed out that the aircraft was not on a flight path typically seen in the area.

(Photo: Bubble News)

  • hwt123
  • Hornet

    He didn’t say if he saw a UFO take the plane down. They will never tell you if it did.

  • Hornet

    He didn’t say if he saw a UFO, but I bet someone did.

  • Al Boek

    For those of you that may not know it, The worker on the “Songa Mercur” oil rig off Vung Tau, claimed to have seen the aircraft, “at a compass bearing of 265º-275º”, “burning [on fire] in one piece”.,
    Vung Tau is on the far South Tip of Viet Nam, on the South China sea. It sounds reasonable
    to me that someone working on a oil platform might have seen this plane.

    The worker also stated that it corresponded with the time that the plane went missing.

    According to the worker the surface area of the observation was:

    Lat. 08º 22′ 30.23″ N

    Long. 108° 42′ 22.26″ E

    The worker also stated in the email to his employer:

    “From when I first saw the burning plane until the flames went out (still at a high altitude), was 10-15 seconds. There was no lateral movement. So it was either coming toward our location, stationary (falling), or going away from our location.”

    The worker also pointed out that the aircraft was not on a flight path typically seen in the area.

  • Mellowman

    Garbage…..go sell your tripe somewhere else.

  • gunslinger1964

    Than where o where is the plane now,you think they would have found wreckage by now if in fact in crash into the water. This whole thing stinks for sure !