Today: Thursday, 23 May 2024 year

The wreckage of the Titan and possible remains of the crew were recovered from the ocean floor. Marine engineers, in collaboration with the US Coast Guard’s Maritime Accident Investigation Commission, recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean the wreckage of the Titan bathyscaphe, which went missing in June, along with the presumed remains of the crew, the US Coast Guard reported on its website. ” “The evidence obtained was successfully transported to an American port for cataloging and analysis. New suspected human remains were carefully removed from the wreckage of the Titan and transported for analysis by American medical experts,” the department said. It is planned to hold a joint meeting of the organizations investigating the Titan case, where they will analyze the evidence found. OceanGate Expeditions’ Titan tourer vanished on June 18 during its descent to the Titanic, an ocean liner that sank in the North Atlantic in 1912 at a depth of 3.8 kilometers. Communication with the submersible was lost less than two hours after its dive. There were five people on board the vehicle: OceanGate Expeditions founder Stockton Rush, British billionaire Hamish Harding, French deep-sea exploration veteran Paul-Henri Nargeole, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleiman. Four days later, rescuers found the wreckage of the bathyscaphe, completely destroyed as a result of implosion – an inward explosion.

The wreckage of the Titan and possible remains of the crew were recovered from the ocean floor.   Marine engineers, in collaboration with the US Coast Guard’s Maritime Accident Investigation Commission, recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean the wreckage of the Titan bathyscaphe, which went missing in June, along with the presumed remains of the crew, the US Coast Guard reported on its website.  ”  “The evidence obtained was successfully transported to an American port for cataloging and analysis. New suspected human remains were carefully removed from the wreckage of the Titan and transported for analysis by American medical experts,” the department said.   It is planned to hold a joint meeting of the organizations investigating the Titan case, where they will analyze the evidence found.   OceanGate Expeditions’ Titan tourer vanished on June 18 during its descent to the Titanic, an ocean liner that sank in the North Atlantic in 1912 at a depth of 3.8 kilometers.  Communication with the submersible was lost less than two hours after its dive.  There were five people on board the vehicle: OceanGate Expeditions founder Stockton Rush, British billionaire Hamish Harding, French deep-sea exploration veteran Paul-Henri Nargeole, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleiman.  Four days later, rescuers found the wreckage of the bathyscaphe, completely destroyed as a result of implosion – an inward explosion.

The wreckage of the Titan and possible remains of the crew were recovered from the ocean floor.

Marine engineers, in collaboration with the US Coast Guard’s Maritime Accident Investigation Commission, recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean the wreckage of the Titan bathyscaphe, which went missing in June, along with the presumed remains of the crew, the US Coast Guard reported on its website.

“The evidence obtained was successfully transported to an American port for cataloging and analysis. New suspected human remains were carefully removed from the wreckage of the Titan and transported for analysis by American medical experts,” the department said.

It is planned to hold a joint meeting of the organizations investigating the Titan case, where they will analyze the evidence found.

OceanGate Expeditions’ Titan tourer vanished on June 18 during its descent to the Titanic, an ocean liner that sank in the North Atlantic in 1912 at a depth of 3.8 kilometers. Communication with the submersible was lost less than two hours after its dive.


There were five people on board the vehicle: OceanGate Expeditions founder Stockton Rush, British billionaire Hamish Harding, French deep-sea exploration veteran Paul-Henri Nargeole, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleiman.


Four days later, rescuers found the wreckage of the bathyscaphe, completely destroyed as a result of implosion – an inward explosion.