Human stays recovered from Titan wreck

The US Coast Guard says it found “probable human remains” from the wreck of the OceanGate Titan. This is almost two weeks after his disappearance. The investigation into the tragedy has been launched at the highest level.

The remains likely belong to one or more deceased passengers on the submersible. The list includes World Explorer Hamish HardingFrench diver Paul Henri NargeoletFather and son, Shahzada And Sulaiman DawoodAnd Stockton Rushthe founder of OceanGate Expeditions.

US Coast Guard moves Titan survey to highest level, human remains believed to be found

According to a Coast Guard, US medics will now analyze the remains to positively identify them press release.

Meanwhile, the Coast Guard Captain Jason Neubauer says he has ordered the Marine Board of Investigation to analyze what authorities are calling a “catastrophic implosion” that killed the five men.

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Neubauer, who is leading the investigation, added that the investigation could potentially result in civil and even criminal penalties in “several international jurisdictions”.

“The evidence will provide investigators from multiple international jurisdictions with crucial insights into the cause of this tragedy,” said Neubauer.

Canadian Transport Safety Board and Royal Mounted Police investigate Titan’s mothership

The Marine Board of Investigation (MBI) will examine the wreckage debris while evidence gathering continues. In addition, the authority will also question witnesses as part of its investigations.

The evidence, which includes the possible human remains, arrived in Canada on Wednesday Transportation Security Administration of Canada.

Canadian transport officials and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) will conduct their own investigations into Titan’s mothership, the Polar Prince.

The Polar Prince has since been sent to the TSB Engineering Laboratory in Ottawa for further analysis, the agency reports.

This happened to “TITAN” under the sea🌊. #TITAN#OceanGate #Titanic

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Titan now owned by US Coast Guard, investigation ongoing

The RCMP said the inquiry will determine whether “criminal, federal or provincial statutes may have been violated.”

The wreckage of the submersible has been in the possession of the US Coast Guard since Thursday.

Titan lost contact shortly after descending into the North Atlantic to explore the Titanic wreck on June 18.

Investigations in both the US and Canada are still ongoing. However, the Coast Guard says “there is still a lot of work to be done” before possible charges are brought.

“There is still work to be done to understand the factors that led to the catastrophic loss of TITAN and to ensure a similar tragedy does not repeat itself.”

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