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3 Ships Join in Search for Missing Submersible Titan, 2018 Lawsuit Alleged Flaws in Craft’s Design

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This post has been updated with additional information and comments from the U.S. Coast Guard.

Three ships arrived at St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada, Wednesday morning to assist in search and rescue efforts for a submersible that went missing Sunday.

Despite a number of ships and aircraft, rescue efforts have been so far unsuccessful to find Titan, the OceanGate submersible carrying five people, including OceanGate’s CEO Stockton Rush. The submersible was attempting to go survey the wreck of RMS Titanic when it stopped communicating.

The search continues to be a rescue effort despite concerns about the lack of provisions and breathable air in the submersible, Capt. Jamie Frederick announced at a Wednesday Coast Guard press conference in Boston

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