Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 debris may have washed up on Reunion Island, the French Indian Ocean Island where the plane’s flaperon was discovered last year.

Flight MH370 Update

Johnny Begue, who had discovered the wing fragment, found the new debris on a Reunion beach Thursday. He immediately turned over his latest finding to police. The fragment, which measures 40 by 20 centimeters, shows signs of being a part of the missing plane.

“When there’s bad weather is when you should look, when the sea tosses up a lot of stuff,” said Begue, who has continued to search for fragments in the hopes of aiding the investigators. Begue has yet to receive word from police about his find.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that a piece of the Flight MH370 wreckage may have been found on the coast of Mozambique. The debris was a piece of horizontal stabilizer skin from a Boeing 777,  a U.S. official told CNN. Since no other Boeing 777 has gone missing as of late, according to an aviation source, it is more than likely that the piece of wreckage is from MH370.

The Malaysian investigation team is meeting with Mozambique’s Civil Aviation authority Monday to examine the fragment and to determine whether or not it belongs to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing March 8, 2014 en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur with 239 people on board. In the two years since the plane inexplicably went off the radar, officials have been unable to recover the wreckage. The largest piece of the plane that has been recovered was the flaperon.

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