More Debris and Presumed Remains Recovered From Titan Submersible

More debris and presumed human remains have been recovered from the Titan submersible, the U.S. Coast Guard said, months after the vessel imploded, killing five people as they were descending into the deep to view the wreckage of the Titanic.

The Coast Guard said in a statement on Tuesday that engineers with its Marine Board of Investigation recovered debris and evidence from the floor of the North Atlantic Ocean during a salvage mission last week. The statement was accompanied by a photo that showed the intact aft titanium end cap of the 22-foot vessel.

The debris was taken to a port in the United States to be analyzed, while the presumed human remains “were carefully recovered from within Titan’s debris and transported for analysis by U.S. medical professionals,” the Coast Guard said. The agency did not identify the port where the debris was being analyzed.

Investigators have been analyzing and testing material retrieved from the Titan since late June, nearly two weeks after the Titan imploded. They will continue to examine the new evidence and interview witnesses to prepare for a public hearing, the Coast Guard said.

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