Missing MH370: Oil rig worker thinks he saw plane go down in flames

A flight route on a map is seen during a news conference about the search and rescue operation to find the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 at Phu Quoc Airport on Phu Quoc Island on March 12, 2014. -- PHOTO: REUTERS

SINGAPORE: In yet another twist to the mystery of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a New Zealand oil rig worker has come forward to say he believes he saw the airplane on fire right around the time it disappeared.

Mike McKay, a worker on the "Songa Mercur" drilling platform in the South China Sea, sent an email to his bosses detailing his version of events.

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