US coast guard confirmed the death of all five on Titan submarine

US coast guard confirmed the death of all five on Titan submarine

New Delhi: Four days after the ill-fated submarine went missing, the US Coast Guard has confirmed that it ran aground near the wreck of the Titanic, killing all five on board.

According to reports, Coast Guard officials told the media on Thursday that they have informed the families of the crew of the Titan, which has been missing for several days.
Rear Admiral John Mauger of the 1st Coast Guard District said “debris found during a search of the ship” was consistent with a shipwreck explosion.

“The assistance provided in this extremely complex search operation is greatly appreciated. Our deepest condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the crew,” Mager said.
All five people on board, including company CEO Stockton Rush, are believed to be dead, OceanGate Expeditions said in a statement. OceanGate said in a statement that Rush, Shahzada Dawood and their sons Suleman Dawood, Hamish Harding, and Paul-Henri Nargeolet are “sadly lost”.
OceanGate did not provide details when the company announced the “loss of life” in a statement or how authorities knew the crew members died. Titan’s 96-hour oxygen supply is expected to run out early Thursday.

OceanGate is chronicling the sinking of the Titanic and the surrounding underwater ecosystem through annual voyages starting in 2021.
In the North Atlantic on Sunday morning, the Titan was estimated to have a supply of breathing air – but experts have stressed that this was an incorrect estimate and if the passengers could have been protected by breathing air. It can be extended if measures have been taken. . And it is not known if they have survived since they all disappeared.

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