Interview: Searchers Investigate Underwater Signals

AM 820 News anchor Robert Pankau spoke to ABC News correspondent Tom Rivers about the updates in the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370. The multinational force hunting for evidence of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on Sunday zeroed in on a patch of water about 1,000 miles northwest of Perth, Australia, where a Chinese naval vessel said it had detected underwater signals that might have come from the lost aircraft. Ships from the Australian and British navies, equipped with sophisticated underwater sensors, were diverted from other search areas in the Indian Ocean to investigate the findings of the Chinese vessel, which reported that its underwater listening devices had picked up signals on Friday and Saturday. The search for the source of the pings continues Monday.