The US Navy detected the "catastrophic implosion" of the 'Titanic' submarine days ago

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The US Navy detected on Sunday the sound of an underwater implosion that was probably that of the Titan submersible, service officials confirmed to various US media on Thursday.

According to the Navy, the information was immediately shared with the authorities in charge of the rescue mission, who decided to continue the search to try to save the lives of the five crew members. The Wall Street Journal.


The five crew members of the Titan died from "a catastrophic implosion of the ship"

The Coast Guard has announced that the "debris" found hours in the area are from the outside of the submersible

This Thursday, the US Coast Guard announced that the "debris" found hours before near the area where the remains of the Titanic are located correspond to the external part of the Titan submersible, missing since Sunday with five people on board while He was on an expedition to see the ruins of the famous ocean liner.

The company that owns the submersible, OceanGate, confirmed the death of the crew members minutes before the announcement by the Coast Guard.

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Hamish Harding (58), British businessman

In the vehicle were the Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood with his son Suleman, a 19-year-old student; British explorer Hamish Harding; the French explorer Paul-Henry Nargeolet and the CEO of the firm OceanGate, Stockton Rush.

Last Monday the company reported that it had not had contact with the submersible since Sunday. From that same day, the US Coast Guard began an extensive search operation with the help of Canada to locate the device.

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The five crew members of the Titan died from

The search involved troops and resources from the US, Canada, France and the United Kingdom, with planes, boats and underwater drones.

The mission to go down to see the remains of the ship, sunk in 1912 after colliding with an iceberg, should have lasted ten hours. The company OceanGate Expeditions was the owner and operator of the submersible, used to carry out expeditions in deep seas.

On its website, the company offers trips of eight days and seven nights to visit the remains of the Titanic, which are about 3,800 meters deep, for an approximate price of 250,000 dollars.

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