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All five on board Titanic submersible have reportedly died, OceanGate confirms

Five men aboard missing Titan sub believed to be dead after 'catastrophic implosion'

All 5 aboard submersible near Titanic dead, confirms OceanGate

OceanGate says all five passengers have died as US Coast Guard holds press conference.

Submarine Titan, which began its journey to the Titanic wreck site, situated at a depth of 12,500 feet in the Atlantic Ocean, lost contact after nearly two hours on Sunday (June 18). All five people aboard the submersible have died, confirmed OceanGate. The rescue teams had been racing against the clock on Thursday to locate the vessel and its five-person crew. The submarine was equipped with a four-day emergency oxygen support, with the rescue entering the critical period today. Stay with for the latest updates on the Submarine Titan search mission.

• OceanGate has released a statement saying they believe the passengers onboard the Titanic expedition submersible have “sadly been lost.”

• Earlier, the US Coast Guard said a 'debris field” has been discovered within the search area.

• David Mearns, a rescue expert and friend of two passengers, has told reporters the debris found is from the 'landing frame and rear cover' of the OceanGate submersible.

• A press conference is currently scheduled for 8pm BST

• The five people on board have been named as British explorer Hamish Harding; British businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son, Suleman; French submersible pilot, Paul-Henri Nargeolet; and chief executive of OceanGate Expeditions, Stockton Rush

You can watch the LIVE Stream now, below.


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