29 Jun 2023

Titanic Submarine Wreckage Recovered From Sea; 'Human Remains' Found Near Wreck

Marine experts have recovered the wreckage of the submarine from the sea. It is believed that this floating debris could be of the missing Titan submarine in the Atlantic Ocean. There is also a possibility that the remains of the passengers killed in the submarine accident can also be recovered in this debris. 

The US Coast Guard announced on Wednesday that the remains, believed to be of humans, have been found near the wreck of the Titan submarine. 

Over the course of this week, the U.S. Coast Guard has been diligently involved in the retrieval of debris from the sunken submersible. Titanic submarine debris has been seen for first time since the deadly adventure.

The presumed human remains will be brought back to the US and analyzed. It is part of the wider international investigation into what went wrong during the catastrophic voyage to the Titanic shipwreck earlier this month.

First photos of mangled submersible wreckage emerge

Meanwhile the first photos of the mangled submersible wreckage have emerged.

The dramatic images capture crews unloading pieces of the doomed submarine off the Horizon Arctic ship onto dry land at the Canadian Coast Guard pier in St John’s, Newfoundland. On 18 June the submarine had imploded around 13,000 feet underwater close to the wreckage of the Titanic.

The implosion that killed five crew onboard the Titan submersible is now the focus of investigations by agencies from four countries.

The submersible was destroyed less than two hours after a dive to the Titanic shipwreck on 18 June, claiming the lives of OceanGate Expeditions CEO Stockton Rush, father and son Shahzada and Suleman Dawood, Hamish Harding, and Paul-Henri Nargeolet.

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