The US Coast Guard has confirmed that it has recovered a suspected human remains from the wreckage of the Titan submersible.
All five passengers on board the ship destined for the wreck RMS Titanicdied when it exploded in the North Atlantic.
A spokesman for the coast guard said:USA Medical experts will conduct a formal analysis of the presumed human remains that were carefully found in the rubble at the site of the incident.”
Captain Jason Neubauer, chairman of the Maritime Inquiry Commission (MBI), added: “The evidence will provide investigators from several international jurisdictions with important insights into the cause of the tragedy. this drama.
“There is still a lot of work to be done to understand the factors that led to TITAN’s catastrophic loss and help ensure a similar tragedy does not happen again.”
Five men are the subject of an international day rescue attempt after losing contact with their support ship just an hour and 45 minutes after diving on 18 June.
However, this was found to be tragically futile as it was believed that the ship had suffered a “catastrophic disaster”. explosion” when contact is lost, kill all of them instantly.
It came after rubble of the destroyed submersible recovered from the seabed.
Dr Jasper Graham-Jones, Associate Professor of Mechanical & Marine Engineering at the University of Plymouth told The Sun that investigators will look for cracks in the salvaged carbon fiber.
Dr. Graham-Jones explains: “Fault investigation begins with collecting all available parts. It is important to make sure you try to collect carefully so as not to cause further damage to already existing parts. collect.”
However, he added that the process of determining the cause of the explosion could take up to six months.
OceanGate, the company that operates the submarine, has faced questions about the ship’s safety.
A deep-sea explorer claims that he has pointed out some flaws in craft design but was alarmed by the “cavalier attitude” of the staff.
Likewise, a submarine expert suggests seven clues the wreck will reveal, including hidden cracks and faulty wiring.
Concerns include the fact that the Titan is controlled by a cheap video game-style controller and lacks a GPS system.
It comes after it was revealed that the time when the ill-fated sub started landing was recorded on a video by a crew member.
Meanwhile, the aunt of 19-year-old passenger Suleiman Dawood claimed that he “terrified” about the tripbut did it to please his father, a passionate adventurer.
Suleiman is studying at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotlandwhile his father is a successful businessman.
They were accompanied by British billionaire and experienced adventurer Hamish Harding, as well as famous aviator Rush and Frenchman Nargeolet, who had extensive experience piloting submersibles.