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Missing Malaysian Airline Flight Puzzles Armonk

Joe Mazzotta (l) said he was sick of hearing theories about the flight while Mark Mazzotta said he was concerned about what the plane could do.
Joe Mazzotta (l) said he was sick of hearing theories about the flight while Mark Mazzotta said he was concerned about what the plane could do. Photo Credit: Sam Barron
The pizza counter at Amore in Armonk was hopping with discussion about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
The pizza counter at Amore in Armonk was hopping with discussion about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight. Photo Credit: Sam Barron

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Theories abound over what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 since the aircraft went missing on March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

At Amore Restaurant in Armonk, staff members had their own theories and concerns about the missing airliner.

"The entire world should be concerned," Mark Mazzotta said. "People don't realize what a catastrophe this could be."

Mazzotta said he is concerned that if someone hijacked the plane, they could attach a nuclear device to it.

Mike Mirakha said he thinks the Russians have something to do it.

"They want to give people something to talk about rather than what's happening in Ukraine," Mirakha said.

Mirakha said he was also suspicious about the people who boarded the plane with stolen passports.

Joe Mazzotta said he was sick of the 24-7 news cycle and how they keep bandying about theories instead of actual facts.

Joe's son, Joey, said that with this story, anything in possible.

"We have no answers," Joey said. "We just don't know anything."

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