Debris from the submersible that catastrophically imploded while on a voyage to see the Titanic wreckage last week was brought ashore Wednesday morning.
U.S. medical professional will analyze the remains, authorities said.
Debris from the Titan was returned to land off Newfoundland, nearly a week after an international search-and-rescue effort for the vessel ended and its five passengers were presumed dead.
‘Presumed human remains’ were found in the Titan submarine wreckage on Wednesday, the US Coast Guard said.
“Presumed human remains” were among the debris and evidence recovered from the seafloor where the doomed Titan submersible’s remnants were found, the US Coast Guard said Wednesday.
It is still not known why the Titan imploded.
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