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Debris Field Suggests Missing Submarine Imploded Killing Everyone On Board Instantly

The U.S. Coast Guard announced that a large debris field has been found in the area of the missing Oceangate submersible. The location and status of the debris suggest that there was a catastrophic implosion of the hull. Such an implosion would have killed everyone aboard instantly. Due to the speed of the event, everyone on board would have died before they understood what was happening. Debris was found 1600 feet from the bow of the Titanic wreckage which means that the 113-year-old marooned ship did not necessarily cause the implosion. It is more likely that structural deficiencies that were known to Oceangate prior to this most recent voyage resulted in the catastrophic failure of the vessel.

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Coast Guard: ROV discovers ‘debris field’ near Titanic | NewsNation Live – YouTube

Missing Titanic tourist submarine live updates: Debris field found

Missing submarine search yields ‘debris field’ near Titanic wreckage, Coast Guard says – CBS Boston

Missing Titanic submersible live updates: ‘Debris field’ found by search vehicles – The Washington Post

Titan sub debris field: Parts of missing sub’s cover found, expert says – BBC News

Titanic sub search – live: Debris found in search is ‘landing frame and rear cover from sub’, expert says; Coast Guard to give update | World News | Sky News

Titanic sub rescue teams find ‘debris field’ within search area | Titanic sub incident | The Guardian

OceanGate submersible: US Coast Guard says ‘debris field’ discovered within search area for missing Titanic-bound vessel | CNN

Debris is ‘landing frame and rear cover from sub’, crew’s friend says – YouTube

BREAKING: Rear cover, landing frame of Titan submersible found in debris field near Titanic | The Post Millennial | thepostmillennial.com

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