MH370: Grief-stricken wife launches legal action against Boeing over plane crash
Source: msn news
© AP Photo/Rob Griffith Danica Weeks, who lost her husband on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, poses for a photo outside the Australia Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, Thursday, March 5, 2015.
The grieving wife of one of the missing passengers on Malaysian Airline flight MH370 has launched legal action against Boeing, believing it was a fault in the plane that caused its crash and disappearance.
Danica Weeks waved goodbye with her two young children to her 38-year-old husband Paul Weeks on March 8, 2014, as he headed for a flight to take him to work at a Mongolian mine site.
He would board Malaysia Airline flight MH370 in Kuala Lumpur for the next leg of the flight to Beijing.
But that airline, along with its 239 passengers, disappeared into thin air and has never been found.
Ms Weeks, who now lives in Cooroy on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast after moving from Perth, has her own theories about what happened to the flight and she does not believe it has anything to do with the pilot.
“I’ve always believed the fault was with the plane, which is why I put a court case out against Boeing in the US — to prove that the Boeing 777s that are still flying are safe,” she said.
“If you look back at suicidal plots, it doesn’t normally happen seven hours into a flight — it would happen in the beginning.”
She was still waiting for a response from Boeing, but Ms Weeks and the families of the MH370 victims have been given renewed hope this week that the mystery of the missing airline could finally be solved.
The Malaysian Government has signed an agreement for private company Ocean Infinity to search for the missing aircraft on a ‘no cure, no fee’ basis.
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