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Suleman Dawood, 19, who died aboard Titan sub was ‘terrified’ before trip

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Shahzada Dawood, a British-Pakistani businessman, were among five passengers aboard the Titan submersible, believed to have catastrophically imploded Sunday during a deep-water exploration of the Titanic shipwreck.All five passengers are presumed dead.

It’s uncertain if authorities will be able to recover their bodies.Shahzada had been captivated by the story of the Titanic since he was young, according to his oldest sister Azmeh Dawood.

But his teenage son Suleman was anxious about the trip aboard the submersible.The 19-year-old agreed to the expedition because it fell over Father’s Day weekend and he wanted to please his dad, Azmeh revealed to NBC News.Suleman told a relative that he “wasn’t very up for it” and felt “terrified” about the trip in the days leading up to the ill-fated voyage, according to his aunt.The desperate search for the missing Titan sub began Sunday when crews lost contact with the vessel less than two hours after it launched off the coast of Newfoundland.

With only 96 hours of oxygen on board, a grim countdown began.On Thursday, the day that the sub’s reserve oxygen would have run out, the U.S.

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