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“Horror, fear and agony”: Submarine implosion near the Titanic, an expert delivers a terrible end scenario

“The horror, the fear and the agony”: Implosion of the submarine near the Titanic, an expert delivers a terrible end scenario Dailymotion

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On June 18, 2023, it was the Titan, a submarine that set off to explore the wreck of the Titanic and which imploded, which made the headlines in the news. Frenchman Paul-Henri Nargeolet, oceanographer but also British-Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood, 58, and his 19-year-old son, Suleman, billionaire adventurer Hamish Harding and company boss Stockton Rush , were all part of this expedition which turned into a tragedy. One hour and forty-five minutes after the start of this adventure, contact was lost. And we now discover more about the last minute before the end, before the ship “explode like a balloon“, according to José Luis Martin, Spanish expert on submarines, as reported by the Dailymail. Terrible words to send shivers down your spine.

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It is established that the victims would have felt “the horror, fear and agony as the five men piled on top of each other during a 3,000ft dive“. A minute of horror before the passengers died on board the Titan submersible, during which they would have been fully aware of the impending disaster. José Luis Martín put forward the theory that the submersible could have lost its stability in due to an electrical failure which left it without propulsion. It would thus have fallen towards the seabed “like an arrow vertically“, its porthole down. According to him, the submarine began to free fall to a depth of about 5,600 feet, before falling”as if it were a stone and without any control“, for about 3,000 feet until at about 8,600 feet it “jump like a balloonvictim of the strong pressure and its too fast evolution.

Passengers “stacked on top of each other”

It is a terrible scenario that the Spanish expert put forward to our colleagues since, according to him, the passengers of the Titan would then have been stacked on top of each other in “terrifying total darkness“. According to him, it would have lasted between 48 and 71 seconds. On June 18, all communication was lost with the Titan, and it was a few days later that its debris was recovered, after a “catastrophic implosion“.

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“Horror, fear and agony”: Submarine implosion near the Titanic, an expert delivers a terrible end scenario

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