Possible MH370 debris spotted near Reunion Island

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REUNION ISLAND -- Another piece of debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane may have been spotted in the Indian Ocean.

The website AirLive.net is reporting that an Air France pilot saw a floating object about 44-miles off of Reunion Island today.

That's off the east coast of Madagascar.

The website says the airline has confirmed the sighting.

However, the pilot was at 10,000 feet, and could not give a GPS coordinate of the object.

A piece of the MH370's wing flap washed up on shore at Reunion Island this summer.

French investigators have confirmed that the piece was part of the missing plane.

This is a developing story. Check back for details.

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