It has been more than eight years since MH370 mysteriously disappeared into the night with 239 passengers on board two hours after takeoff on March 8, 2014.
Despite the years that have gone by, there still seems to a lingering sense of pain and longing among those who have lost loved ones to the unexplained tragedy.
‘MH370’ written on car bonnet
A TikTok page named @yourjiranstory recently shared a video of a car completed covered with a thick layer of dust at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) carpark.
In the clip, the car’s road tax had expired on June 16, 2015, and had the words ‘MH370’ written on its bonnet. Its doors were also locked, suggesting that it was left abandoned for many years.
This has since led netizens to believe that the car could have possibly belonged to one of MH370 victims, given the fact that someone had scribbled the flight number on the bonnet.
The 25-second video has since garnered over 2.6 million views, where man were still unable to fully move on from the tragedy.
Some suggested keeping the car in a museum to serve as a memorial and remembrance of the incident for future generations.
However, others were skeptical of the claim that the car belonged to a MH370 victim.
The video has also triggered a chord of sadness among netizens upon thinking how the owner had probably looked forward to coming home again but never did.
Watch the full video here:
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