MH370 Passengers Likely Suffocated, Australia Says
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau released a new report in which it concludes passengers and crew of MH370 most likely suffocated.By Mikah Sargent | June 27, 2014
Analysis by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau suggests passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 likely died from suffocation before the plane fell into the ocean.
According to an in-depth report by the ATSB, the cabin's oxygen is thought to have been depleted while the plane was still in flight, leading the board to conclude passengers died from hypoxia.
Search crews still haven't found the missing plane, which was scheduled to fly from Malaysia to Beijing. Because there are still so many unknowns surrounding the missing flight, the ATSB based its theory on similar crashes.