Wife launches legal action in MH370 mystery
Kuala Lumpur: The grieving wife of a New Zealander on missing Malaysian Airline flight MH370 has launched legal action against Boeing, believing it was a fault in the plane that caused its crash and disappearance in 2014. Danica Weeks waved goodbye with her two young children to her 38-yearold husband Paul Weeks on March 8, 2014, as he headed for a flight to take him to work at a Mongolian mine site. The New Zealander 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.