OceanGate, the company operating the Titan submarine, has closed its headquarters in Everett, Washington State.
The closure is reported to be indefinite, as stated by the leasing agent.
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According to reports, officials conducting the investigation into the Titan submarine will analyze voice recordings and other data obtained from its mothership, the Polar Prince, in order to ascertain the events that transpired.
Following the catastrophic implosion of the submersible, which tragically claimed the lives of five passengers, an underwater robot is currently being deployed to search the seabed for debris.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has initiated an investigation into the implosion, aiming to uncover the cause and circumstances surrounding the incident.
Additionally, the National Transportation Safety Board has announced that the investigation will be led by the US Coast Guard.
In light of the recent tragedy, OceanGate has closed its headquarters located in Everett
Tragically, OceanGate’s CEO, Stockton Rush, was among those who lost their lives in the incident.
The other victims include British billionaire Hamish Harding, French diver Paul Henry Nargeolet, and Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son, Suleman.
In the ongoing investigation of the Titan submarine incident, officials are set to analyze voice recordings and other data obtained from the mothership, Polar Prince. This examination aims to shed light on the events that unfolded during the voyage and to determine whether any criminal elements were involved.
The ill-fated journey of the submersible commenced on Sunday morning, June 18. Approximately one hour and 45 minutes into its descent, the Titan lost contact with the Polar Prince, the support ship responsible for transporting it to the site.
This loss of contact marks a critical point in the timeline of the incident and is being closely examined as part of the investigation