OceanGate reportedly hired interns to design the Titan submarine

“There is still much work to be done to understand the factors that led to the catastrophic loss of Titan and to ensure that a similar tragedy does not happen again,” Neubar said in the statement.

This finding comes on the same day that another portion of the remains of the submarine Titan arrived in Canada, recovered by the Canadian company that also owns the Titan’s mothership Polar Prince.

With these remains, the Canadian authorities are also conducting an investigation to determine the causes of the underwater accident.

Polar Prince was in charge of towing the submarine Titan on the 16th with its five occupants from the port of San Juan de Terranova to the point in the Atlantic Ocean where it submerged, some 600 kilometers to the southeast , where the remains of the Titanic rest . .

According to U.S. authorities, Polar Prince lost contact with Titan on Sunday, June 18, 105 minutes into its dive toward Titanic.

The Titan accident caused the deaths of the five occupants: millionaire Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood with his son Suleman, a 19-year-old student; British explorer Hamish Harding; the French explorer Paul-Henry Nargeolet and the CEO of the OceanGate firm, Stockton Rush.

Source: El heraldo

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