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April 9th, 2014
04:56 PM ET

Deep ocean waters may block "pings"

Brooke talks with Meteorologist Chad Myers and Georgia Aquarium's Alistair Dove about dealing with extreme ocean depths and the problems that can create for retrieving the plane.

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