Missing submarine: 6 hours left to run out of oxygen
According to the details, the emergency rescue operation for the missing tourist submarine Titan in the Atlantic Ocean is going on, but the concern has been increasing ever since it started.
According to the American media, there are 6 hours left for the submarine to run out of oxygen, which has left very little time for those on board and searching for the submarine.
The captain of the US Coast Guard has said that voices have been heard from the bottom of the sea for the second day, and there is still hope for the survival of 5 people aboard the missing Titan.
A U.S. Coast Guard captain says that with time running out on the scope of the rescue operation, we are using all available resources to return the Titan crew safely.
The missing submarine is carrying 5 people, including prominent Pakistani businessman Shehzada Dawood and his son Suleman Dawood, who had set off on a submarine trip from Newfoundland, Canada on June 18 to see the wreck of the Titanic.