Human remains found in Titan submersible debris – US Coast Guard
US Coast Guard says that “presumed human remains” are among the recovered debris of the Titanic exploration submersible operated by OceanGate.
The mangled debris was recovered from the ocean floor and offloaded Wednesday in Western Canada by Pelagic Research, a New York company that operates the Odysseus remote-controlled vehicle.
The recovery of the debris was the final step in the search and recovery mission that started on June 18 when the submersible was reported missing after losing contact with its mother ship, the Polar Prince. The vessel lost contact 45 minutes into its descent to the ocean floor and did not resurface.
The search for the vessel was called off on June 22 after the US Coast Guard found evidence of an implosion that killed all five people onboard.
The five people onboard the deep-sea exploration vehicle were OceanGate’s CEO Rush Stockton, the British-Pakistani father-son duo of Suleman and Shahzada Dawood, British businessman and explorer Hamish Harding, and French deep-sea explorer Paul-Henri Nargeolet.
The OceanGate Expedition offered its customers the chance to explore the Titanic wreckage at USD 250,000 per person.
Prior to the event, two former OceanGate employees publicly expressed reservations about the safety of the hull of the submersible.
The US Coast Guard announced a board to investigate the “catastrophic loss of the Titan and help ensure a similar tragedy does not occur again.”
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