Debris From Titan Implosion Returned To Land
'Presumed human remains' were among the evidence recovered and will be analyzed by U.S. medical professionals.
Debris from the ‘Titan’ submersible has been returned to land after the fatal implosion during its journey to the wreck of the Titanic.
The return of the debris is a significant piece of the investigation into what caused the submersible to implode.
Misshaped pieces of the 22-foot submersible came ashore at a Canadian Coast Guard Pier on Wednesday as well.
‘Presumed human remains’ were among the evidence recovered and will be analyzed by U.S. medical professionals.
Officials are still searching the ocean floor for additional evidence linked to the Titan implosion that resulted in the death of five passengers.
Several government agencies in the U.S. and Canada are investigating and details are limited at this time.