Owner of the missing OceanGate Titanic submersible claims the crew is dead

According to a statement from the business, OceanGate stated that it believes the occupants of the submersible headed for the Titanic had “sadly been lost.”

In a statement, the business added, “Our sympathies and prayers go out to the beloved ones and the families of those who lost their precious lives on the Titan.”We continue to pray for them all and frequently think of them. They’ve been going through a terrible situation for the past three days.

It was intended to take two hours to dive to the most famous shipwreck in the world, but the Titan, owned and operated by the US company OceanGate Expeditions, disappeared on Sunday morning.

The CEO of the Oceangate company, Stockton Rush, Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman Dawood, Hamish Harding, and Paul-Henri Nargeolet, we now think to have tragically passed away, the business claimed.

These individuals were true explorers who possessed an immense sense of adventure and an intense drive to discover and safeguard the globe’s seas. Our sympathies are with each of these persons and each of their families at this miserable time. We grieve their loss of life and the happiness that they brought to everyone they knew, the statement read.

While a French research institute claimed a deep-diving robot with cameras, lights, and arms joined the operation, the US Coast Guard reported that an undersea robot sent by a Canadian ship had reached the sea bottom.

Prior to this, the US Coast Guard reported that when the submersible’s crucial 96-hour mark passed, a debris field was discovered at the ocean’s floor close to the Titanic, suggesting that its breathing air may have run out. The US Coast Guard had previously stated that the debris was found by a remotely controlled underwater robot within the search area and was being assessed.

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