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Prince Dawood Death in Titanic Submarine Accident

U.S. Coast Guard confirmed Titanic submarine accident killed 5 people.

A remote-controlled submarine exposed the landing gear and back cover of the missing submarine near Titanic, until the last chance that these people including Prince Dawood might still be found alive in the Titanic submarine accident.

500 meters from the bow of the famous ship he was killed trying to see the ship, wreckage of the missing submarine was found on the sea floor.

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It appeared that the submarine had cracked and exploded under the pressure of the water, killing all five crew members instantly.

The men paid $250,000 to have the submarine towed to the Titanic, but officials have not said whether the submarine made it there or was destroyed before it was seen.

U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral John Mauger said the debris was consistent with catastrophic damage to the pressure chamber. We immediately informed the family about this determination.

On behalf of the Coast Guard and the entire unified command, I extend my sincere condolences to the bereaved family.

The likelihood of finding any of the victims’ remains is slim.

There, the environment is really quite bad. We’ll continue to search there because the debris is consistent with a catastrophic explosion, but I don’t have an answer to the possibilities at this point.

Impossible to pinpoint

Mauger said it was impossible to immediately pinpoint when the sub exploded, despite the fact that none of the sonar buoys at sea had heard the explosion since Monday.

Rescue teams from several other nations spent days flying over and sailing across thousands of square kilometers of open water looking for the 22-foot Titan.

about the size of the US state of Massachusetts, with an oceanic area of more over 10,000 square miles.

The news of the missing submarine and the resulting deaths has attracted worldwide attention, in part because of the mythology surrounding the Titanic.

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