The rescue teams of missing submarine with five people on board they have heard noises again for the second night. However, searches in that area “return negative results,” says Capt. Jamie Frederick. However, the Rescuers “do not lose hope”.
The noises of the seabed baffle rescuers looking for the Titan. The data from the Canadian plane that identified the noises on the first night was sent to the US Navy, but until now “have not been conclusive”. The noises have been studied by experts.
Tonight, sounds have been heard on the seabed againas explained at a press conference by Captain Jamie Frederick, response coordinator for the First District of the Coast Guard. “Although the searches have returned negative results, they continue.”
Rescuers remain hopeful of finding the Titan
Frederick affirms that in a rescue “you always have to maintain optimism and hope.” “The good news, what I can tell you, is that we are looking in the area where the noises were detected and we will continue to do so,” Frederick said.
Carl Hartsfield, a coast guard, has said that “it is very difficult” to discern what noises it is. “They have been described as knocking noises” but “possible artificial sources have to be eliminated.”
Rear Admiral John Mauger, of the US Coast Guard, explained in an interview with CBSNews that there are many metal objects in the place of shipwreck of the titanic, which may be the source of sounds.
The International Titan Rescue Unit
So much USA as Canada have sent media to search for the titan, both on the seabed and on the surface. There are two robots and France has sent “state-of-the-art equipment” to help in the search. Frederick has said that they expect more ships to arrive in the next few hours, which are key because oxygen is running out inside the submersible.
On Friday morning the 96 hours of oxygen will be fulfilled.
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The noises on the seabed that baffle rescuers looking for the Titan submarine