Yesterday, search and rescue teams were in a race against the clock to find a missing submersible. Two days prior, the submersible had lost communication as it was bringing affluent visitors to see the ruins of the Titanic in deep waters off the coast of Canada. Yesterday, the search and rescue teams were in a race against the clock to find the submersible.
On board the submersible that went missing on Sunday, there was one pilot and a total of four passengers. The business that was running it stated that it has the ability to remain submerged for up to 96 hours, which gives people who are on board until early Thursday morning before they will run out of oxygen.
In media appearances on Tuesday, a member of the United States Coast Guard named Rear Admiral John Mauger stated that rescue workers had maintained their efforts overnight and were expanding their search into deeper waters. He also mentioned that authorities were giving priority to the region where the vessel was operating.
A British millionaire named Hamish Harding and a Pakistani businessman named Shahzada Dawood, who was accompanied by his son Suleman, were among the passengers on the submersible, which was the climax of a tourism adventure that cost $200,000 per person to participate in.
According to reports, the French explorer Paul-Henri Nargeolet, who is 77 years old, and Stockton Rush, who is the founder and CEO of the United States-based operating business OceanGate, were also on board the vessel.
Ships and aircraft from the United States and Canada have been patrolling the region. According to the opinions of the specialists, the search and rescue teams have considerable difficulties in both locating the Titan and saving the people who are aboard.
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