Titan Submarine | Statement of the US Coast Guard, said- ‘Human remains’ may also have been found in the wreckage of ‘Titan’ submarine

Photo: Twitter PORTLAND: Possible human remains have been found in the wreckage of the submarine ‘Titan’ as US officials are repatriating the evidence. The US Coast Guard gave this information. Last week, there was a sudden explosion in the ‘Titan’ submarine that went inside the Atlantic Sea to see the wreckage of the ‘Titanic’ ship. A leading expert on Titanic affairs, a British billionaire, two members of a wealthy Pakistani family and the chief executive officer (CEO) of the company that operated the mission were killed aboard the submarine. According to the US Coast Guard, the wreckage from the ‘Titan’ submarine was brought back on Wednesday. Returning the wreckage to port in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador is an integral part of the investigation, as investigators try to determine the exact cause of the submarine explosion. The Coast Guard said in a statement on Wednesday night that it had recovered debris and evidence from the seabed. Read also It probably also contains human remains. “I am deeply grateful for the coordinated international and interagency cooperation to recover and preserve this vital evidence from such great distances and depths,” Captain Jason Neubauer, chief of the US Coast Guard, said in a statement. Neubauer said the evidence is extremely important and will help determine the exact cause of the tragedy. Earlier, the folded pieces of the 22-foot submarine were brought out to sea by the Canadian Coast Guard on Wednesday.(Agency)

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