A catastrophic internal explosion kills its occupants. Locating the wreckage of the submarine Titan

The US Coast Guard announced Thursday during a press conference from Boston that Submarine remains Finds found near the wreckage of the Titanic indicate a “catastrophic implosion”.

Catastrophic implosion

“The location of the wreck is consistent with a catastrophic internal explosion of the submarine,” Admiral John Mauger said, shortly after the news of the death of the five passengers was announced.

While the company operating the submarine that went missing near the wreckage of the “Titanic” Thursday suggested that the passengers on board “unfortunately died.”

“Our thoughts are with these five lives and each member of their families during this tragic time,” Oceangate said in a statement. “We mourn the loss of life and the happiness they brought with them to all who knew them.”

Near the wreck of the Titanic

The submarine disappeared, last Sunday, after descending to see the wreckage of the century-old “Titanic” ship at a depth of 4,000 meters below the surface of the water, in the North Atlantic Ocean, after an hour and 45 minutes of its dive, carrying 5 passengers on board.

The identity of the five passengers

They set off on an expedition at a cost of $250,000 per person, and they are the British billionaire Himish Harding (58 years old) and the businessman of Pakistani origin Shahzadeh Dawood (48 years old) and his son Suleiman (19 years old), and the two are British citizens, in addition to the French explorer Paul Henry Nargolit, 77, and founder and CEO of Oceangate Expeditions, Rush Stockton.

As for the wreckage of the Titanic, the world’s most famous ship, it hit an iceberg and sank on its first voyage in 1912, lying at a depth of 3,810 meters, approximately 1,450 km east of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and 644 km south of St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.

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