Report: Rockford resident believed to be aboard missing Flight MH370

Report: Rockford resident believed to be aboard missing Flight MH370

flight-370Rockford, IL – NTSB sources have confirmed that Lín Chéngshi, a project coordinator at UTC Aerospace Systems, was probably or could have been aboard Malaysian Airlines’ Flight MH370 that has seemingly disappeared en route to Beijing. Lín has worked in Rockford for the past six years, spearheading UTC’s move of even more jobs overseas from their Rockford facility.

Sources inside UTC’s Rockford office confirmed that Lín was in Kuala Lumpur negotiating a deal with a local community visioning group to assist with transforming Rockford into a potential meat goat production operation.

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Lín, a native of Fangshan District just outside of Beijing, was purportedly heading back to his hometown for a short vacation and Fangshan’s famous St. Patrick’s Day parade and the annual running of the goats.

While theories involving terrorism, hijacking, and others abound, authorities have not been able to locate any solid leads and the search continues over a large stretch of Asia and Australia. A theory put forth by former pilot Chris Goodfellow suggests that the pilots of Flight MH370 may have succumbed to smoke inhalation. Officials in Kuala Lumpur could not confirm the current location of their community’s Smoke Monster.

Check back frequently as breaking noose develops–and if you’re wondering what Rockford’s own Rickie is thinking about the missing plane and the goats conspiracy, here is his official response to RKFDnews.com:
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– Chuck Toncha


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