The U.S. Coast Guard announced that parts of the Titan submarine removed from the wreck site have found remains described as “presumed human remains” and that an official analysis will be conducted.
The statement said the remains were found in St. John’s was “carefully rescued” from the area about 700 kilometers off the coast.
Jason Neubauer, who led the investigation into the sinking of Titan, said: “The evidence will provide investigators from several international jurisdictions with critical insight into the cause of this tragedy. A substantial amount needs to be done to understand the factors that led to Titan’s catastrophic loss and help ensure that a similar tragedy does not happen again.” There is a job,” he said.
It will shed light on the investigation to determine the cause of the accident.
While it was announced that the submarine’s landing gear and rear cover were among the wreckage, it was noted that the pieces of debris removed would shed light on the investigation carried out to determine the cause of the accident.
It has not been announced yet where the wreckage, which has not been completely reached, will be taken later.
5 people died
On June 18, the Titan submarine belonging to the company OceanGate, which organized a touristic trip to the wreckage of the Titanic ship in the Atlantic Ocean, exploded and sank, killing 5 people.
The first pieces of Titan’s wreckage were found in St. John’s port, it was seen that the parts unloaded from the ship by cranes were protected with plastic protective coatings.