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The wreckage of the Titanic submarine has been recovered. The US Coast Guard has announced that the wreckage of the Titanic submarine recovered from the ocean floor has been recovered. It also contains human remains.

It is being thoroughly investigated, so that it can be known what was the reason for the explosion. It is known that the Oceangate Company submarine went missing on 18 June to show the wreckage of the Titanic in the Atlantic Ocean. There were four passengers and a pilot on this submarine.

After the submarine went missing, its search began with the help of radar and the world’s top Navy officers. Four days later, on June 23, its debris was found scattered in the sea. After which the death of all 5 people aboard the submarine was confirmed. Now the wreckage of this submarine has been removed from the sea.

The US Coast Guard said in an official statement on Wednesday that the M/V Horizon Arctic recovered submarine debris and evidence from the ocean floor at the site of the Titanic submersible off St. John’s, Newfoundland. Now the Marine Board of Investigation (MBI) will examine the evidence. The Coast Guard said medical teams would also analyze presumed human remains in the wreckage.

The cause of the explosion will be searched, so that such an incident does not happen further

MBI President Captain Jason Neubauer was quoted as saying, “I am grateful for the coordinated international and interagency support in securing and preserving this important evidence.” The evidence will help to understand the causes of the catastrophic damage and ensure that such a tragedy does not happen again. The damaged parts of the submarine have been brought from the sea and landed in St. John’s, Canada.

Meanwhile, Pelagic Research Service, the company that owns the Titan debris recovery vehicles, said it has “successfully completed” the offshore work for the time being. Among the wreckage picked up by the Horizon Arctic at the Canadian Coast Guard wharf in St. Johns were a white panel-like piece and another similar-sized piece with cords and wires wrapped in white tarpaulin. The wreckage of the submarine includes the landing frame and rear cover.

The search operation was carried out by the joint efforts of many countries

The Titanic submersible operated by Oceangate Expeditions and its five passengers began descending on the 111-year-old wreck of the Titanic on the morning of June 18, reports CNN. But during this time the small ship lost contact with its parent ship. As expected the small ship did not surface. This triggered a massive multinational search and rescue operation.

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