Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Mar 11, 2014 in Local
Sarah Bajc, long-time girlfriend of Phillip Wood, who was one of three American passengers onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. is speaking out. Bajc and Wood both live in Beijing and when his flight didn't arrive on time; the couple was planning to move to Malaysia as part of a relocation program with Woods employer.
The saga of the missing airplane continues as the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Interpol work with Malaysian and Chinese investigators to find out exactly what happened.
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The longtime girlfriend of a Texas man who was aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has spoken out about the anguish she has suffered amid the desperate, three-day hunt for the doomed jetliners' remains.
Sarah Bajc lived in Beijing with boyfriend Philip Wood, 50, who was one of three American passport holders on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
Bajc told CBS News her nightmare began Saturday after she sent a driver to pick up Wood at Beijing Airport, where he was set to land after a trip to see family back in Texas last week.
The flight never arrived.
"The online site tracker through Malaysia Airlines said it was just delayed, that it took off on time but that it hadn't landed," Bajc told CBS News.
"Then I looked at the online news, and there was the news that the plane was missing."
Scanning Internet reports for any news of the flight, Bajc said she found a Malaysia Airlines press release containing a chilling update: The plane had lost contact somewhere over the South China Sea.
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