He was terrified.. and participated in the submarine trip to please his father

After the US Coast Guard announced, Thursday evening, The five passengers were killed On board the submarine “Titan” in the Atlantic Ocean, the aunt of the youngest passenger on board confirmed that her nephew was very afraid of this trip.

“to please his father”

The aunt of 19-year-old Suleiman Daoud said that he spoke of his horror of the trip, but he made it to please his father, “especially since it coincided with Father’s Day.”

As the greatness of Shahzadeh’s older sister said, Suleiman told one of his relatives that he was afraid to participate in the trip, but he wanted to please his father, who was fascinated by the “Titanic”. As reported by NBC.


The US Coast Guard announced during a press conference from Boston that the remains of the submarine, which was found near the wreckage of the “Titanic”, indicate a “catastrophic internal explosion”.

“This morning, wreckage belonging to the submarine Titan was discovered on the sea floor about 1,600 feet (487 meters) from the Titanic, and additional wreckage was found at a later time,” Admiral John Mauger told a news conference.

The five passengers were killed

He also added, “After consulting with Joint Command experts, it is concluded that the wreck indicates the loss of the Titan passengers in this disaster. I express my deepest condolences to the families of the passengers.”

It is noteworthy that the submarine disappeared since last Sunday, after landing to see the wreckage of the “Titanic”, which dates back a century, at a depth of 4 thousand 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 passengers of the last flight

The cost of the last trip in the life of the five was $ 250,000 per person, and they are the British billionaire Himish Harding (58 years old), the businessman of Pakistani origin Shahzadeh Daoud (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 Oceangate Expeditions founder and CEO Rush Stockton.

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