Search and rescue operations for the missing Titan submersible, which disappeared on a mission to explore the Titanic wreckage, are ongoing with crews identifying unexplained underwater noises in the search area. Despite not knowing the source of these sounds, the US Coast Guard, along with other search crews, are intensifying their efforts in this area with high hopes of finding the submarine and its five-person crew.
- The US Coast Guard, along with Canadian search crews, are focusing their efforts on the area where underwater noises, described as banging sounds, have been detected. The origin of these noises is currently unknown.
- The search and rescue operation include two remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs) actively scanning the area, with more expected to join the operation soon.
- The Titan submersible, operated by OceanGate Expeditions, went missing on Sunday during its mission to explore the Titanic wreckage off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
- As of Wednesday, five vessels were involved in the search on the water’s surface. This number is expected to double within the next 24 to 48 hours.
- Despite acknowledging that not all search and rescue operations are successful, the US Coast Guard expresses continued optimism and commitment to find the Titan and its crew members.