The missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has today said to have descended into the Indian Ocean, and in a story that transcends cultures, US sports stars Justin Tuck and Alex Morgan gave their tributes Monday.
It has been impossible to miss the extraordinary and deeply upsetting developments of the so call Malaysian missing plane, which disappeared on March 8th while travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
In the space of ten days 26 countries became part of a search party, but those attempts may now seem to have been in vain as the Malaysian Airlines believe the plane crashed in the Indian Ocean, according to new analysis of satellite data.
Former New York Giants defensive tackle Tuck was one of the first to show his support for the families and friends of the loved ones that now seem certain to have been lost.
He took to Twitter today explaining, "Praying to the families of those who lost their lives on Malaysia airlines flight 370."
Tuck was not alone with his prayers for the families of the plane passengers. USA female soccer star Morgan also wished on her support.
She posted, "So sad for the families, but a little closure as well. #Flight370."