the five people killed when the vessel imploded deep in the North Atlantic.The announcement Thursday that all aboard perished when the submersible imploded near the site of the iconic shipwreck brought a tragic end to a five-day saga that included an urgent around-the-clock search for the vessel known as the Titan.The investigation into what happened was already underway and would continue in the area around Titanic where debris from the submersible was found, said Rear Adm.
John Mauger, of the First Coast Guard District."I know there are also a lot of questions about how, why and when did this happen.
Those are questions we will collect as much information as we can about now," Mauger said, adding that it was a "complex case" that happened in a remote part of the ocean and involved people from several different countries.US Rear Adm.
John Mauger, the First Coast Guard District commander, makes statements to the press at the US Coast Guard Base Boston in Boston, Massachusetts, United States on June 22, 2023. (Photo by Fatih Aktas/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) The first hint of a timeline came Thursday evening when a senior U.S.