Debris of Titan Submarine extracted from sea, human remains also recovered

Wreckage of Titan submarine found

Washington: US Coast Guard officials have informed about human remains found in the wreckage of the submarine. According to news agency AP, these remains will be sent to the medical team for examination. On Wednesday, the wreckage of the Titan Submarine, which went into the Atlantic Ocean to see the wreckage of the Titanic ship, was taken out. US Coast Guard officials brought it to Canada’s St. John’s port. Let us tell you that on the evening of June 18, she went to sea with four tourists including the pilot. After this, the submarine went out of contact, and then a few days later it exploded.

Tried to find the missing submariner for four days
Due to this, five people present in the submarine died. Efforts to find the submarine continued for about four days and then on June 23, the wreckage of the submarine was recovered 1600 feet away from the wreckage of the Titanic. British businessman Hamish Harding, French diver Paul Henry, Pakistani-British businessman Shahzada Dawood, his son Sulaiman and Oceangate Company CEO Stockton Rush were included in the Titan submarine.

The submarine went missing as soon as it landed on the sea
According to Indian time, this submarine entered the Atlantic Ocean at 5.30 pm on the evening of June 18 and went missing after about 1 hour 45 minutes. On June 21, an aircraft involved in the search operation from the Canadian side heard some voices with the help of a sonar boy. According to CNN, these voices were recorded near the same place where the wreckage of Titanic is present.

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The cause of the explosion will be investigated
After the explosion in the submarine ‘Titan’, which descended into the sea to see the wreckage of the Titanic ship, its debris has come to the surface. Wreckage at ports in St John’s, Newfoundland, and Labrador will be crucial to the investigation into how the submarine exploded, killing five people. The Canadian vessel Horizon Arctic probed with a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) in the seabed near the wreckage of the Titanic to find the remains of the submarine. Pelagic Research Services, the company that owns the ROV, said in a statement on Wednesday that it has completed exploration in the offshore area.