New Delhi: A submarine carrying tourists to see the wreckage of Titanic has gone missing for two days. This small submarine is almost lost in the Atlantic Ocean along with its pilot. Since two days he has not been contacted, the system has gone haywire. In addition to the British businessman, preliminary information has come out that there are Pakistani citizens in this submarine.
110 years ago, the Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean. More than 1500 tourists lost their lives in this incident in 1912. A film has also been made in Hollywood on this incident. Meanwhile, some tourist agencies have been doing business to see the wreck of the Titanic sunken in the Atlantic Ocean for years. A few days ago, some tourists were being taken to the Atlantic Ocean in a small submarine by one such agency to see the wreckage of the Titanic.
With a capacity of only 5 passengers, this submarine takes around 8 hours to travel from the wreckage of Titanic and back. But the submarine could not be contacted for the last two days. It is not known where this submarine was lost in the sea. The system is trying to track it. The submarine is reported to have enough oxygen to last for 96 hours.
The submarine manufacturer said all options were being considered to bring the submarine safely back to shore with tourists. It contains enough oxygen to last four days. The submarine is likely to have four people in addition to the pilot.
The submarine features a British billionaire businessman
According to the information, there were 4 passengers in the submarine in addition to a pilot, in which the details of a British billionaire businessman have come to light. The name of this businessman is Hamish Harding. Apart from this, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood along with his son has been found to be in the submarine. Ships and aircraft have been dispatched from the US and Canada to search for the submarine.
Submarine missing since 18th June
According to the information received, this submarine On the afternoon of 18th June, the wreck of the Titanic was lowered into the water. After about 1.45 hours, the submarine disappeared from its radar. There is no word on whether the submarine is still in the water or has surfaced. Rescue teams from the US and Canada are searching an area of about 900 miles.