Families pay tribute to the victims of the Titanic submersible

  • The five passengers, the pilot and four tourists, died from the implosion of the ‘Titan’ due to external pressure

  • Frenchman Paul-Henry Nargeolet, one of the world’s leading experts on the Titanic, was traveling in the submersible

  • The family of the youngest victim, 19-year-old Sulema, admits that “he was terrified” with the trip to the remains of the Titanic

“A Catastrophic Implosion” ended the submersible expedition Titan to the wreckage of the Titanic and with the lives of its five occupants, as confirmed john mauger, the rear admiral of the United States Coast Guard, after five days of searching. The remains of the apparatus were found by a remote-controlled vehicle operated by the Canadian vessel Horizon Arctic in the North Atlantic. Sensors detected the implosion on Sunday, The Wall Street Journal now reveals.

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