March 21st, 2014
09:01 PM ET

2 weeks in, no sign of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 taking a toll on families

It's been two weeks to the day since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished without a trace.

Despite an international investigation, there are still no real, concrete answers. The disappearance or investigation has been an emotional rollercoaster for the families of the passengers.

CNN's Erin Burnett takes a look back at what they've been forced to endure the past two weeks.

soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. Collin La Mey

    OMG!!! Those families must be going through hell. Most of their reactions stems from frustration. I think The Malasyans are doing the best they can with what they have. The Malasyan authorities dropped the ball in the worst possible place (The Indian Ocean). There is no evidence that they are searching in the right place, albeit The Aussies, claoming that they have 'credible evidence' that they have founf it. I pray they find somethong for The Aussies sake. If they dont, Australia should be required to pay for the entire operation and compensate the victims' families. IMO ALL PROBABILITIES ARE ON THE TABLE.

    March 23, 2014 at 3:06 pm | Reply
    • DownSideofFame

      Yes it is the family's who are suffering the anguish ...and a waist of man power on shadows of truth
      Deep sea Deeper Secrets...

      March 23, 2014 at 8:58 pm | Reply
  2. marie leblanc

    Welcome back Myles(sp?) . one of the smartest moves made by CNN in a long time.
    We always loved his knowledge and professionalism and excitement of things having to do with aviation , space and science . He'll bring a much needed credibility to the station ' Especially with this flight . You guys were going off the rails with this one and I think Richard Quest is in need of a rest . Last night was evident. .
    Get well and wish you all the best in your recovery Myles.

    March 22, 2014 at 11:20 am | Reply

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