A race against time is underway as officials strive to locate a civilian submersible that went missing on Sunday in the North Atlantic while en route to the Titanic wreckage, carrying five individuals.
The vessel, measuring 21 feet, is equipped with emergency capabilities to last for four days, according to the leader of the search and rescue operation, who provided an update on Monday afternoon. Teams from the US and Canadian coast guards are intensively searching the ocean’s surface approximately 900 miles east of Cape Cod. In addition, they are utilizing sonar technology to listen for any signs beneath the waters, which reach depths of up to 13,000 feet in the area.
The five individuals on board the vessel consisted of one pilot and four “mission specialists,” as revealed by Rear Adm. John Mauger, commander of the US Coast Guard’s First District, during a press conference on Monday. He did not disclose their identities and mentioned that authorities were still in the process of contacting their family members.
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