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Danica Weeks talks to New Idea about how her life has become a 'living hell'. Read her story in this week's New Idea magazine, on sale now.
Danica Weeks talks to New Idea about how her life has become a 'living hell'. Read her story in this week's New Idea magazine, on sale now.

Nearly four months have passed since Danica Weeks’ husband and father to their two sons, Paul, went missing along with 238 passengers and crew on flight MH370 and her life became a ‘living hell’.

"March 8, 2014 was the day my life was destroyed, when the love of my life was taken away from me," Danica says. "I’ll never stop pushing for answers. I want to know what happened to my husband!"

While the headlines surrounding the plane’s shock disappearance and the subsequent massive search have simmered down, for Danica, 38, the pain is as raw, and the need for answers as pressing, as when she first learnt the plane had vanished.

The situation, she says, has been made all the worse, by Malaysia Airlines’ treatment of her and a seemingly incompetent investigation.

Danica describes Paul, pictured on their wedding day, as the 'love of my life' and says he was a 'hands-on dad' to sons, Lincoln and Jack.

"The report they finally gave us about MH370 had factual errors – Paul’s and other passengers’ ages were wrong for a start," Danica says.

"There’s a four-hour gap between when communication with the plane was lost, before a search team was activated. And no mention of what was in two tonnes of cargo!"

Read Danica's full story in this week's New Idea magazine, on sale now!

Read Danica's full story in this week's New Idea magazine, on sale now!

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