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PETALING JAYA: U.S. officials have an "indication" the missing Malaysia Airlines plane may have crashed in the Indian Ocean and is moving the USS Kidd to the area to begin searching, according to ABC News.
It quoted a senior Pentagon official as saying that it will take another 24 hours to move the ship into position.
"We have an indication the plane went down in the Indian Ocean," the senior official said.
AFP reported that a second American destroyer, the USS Pinckney, remains in the Gulf of Thailand and it was unclear if it would remain in the international search effort after this week, officials said.
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