Father’s Day Surprise Turns Into an Unforgettable Nightmare for 19-Year-Old on Titanic Sub..

Suleman Dawood, a passenger on the Titanic exploration submersible operated by OceanGate, embarked on the dive primarily for his father Shahzada Dawood’s sake, according to their family.

Additional information about the occupants of OceanGate’s submersible surfaced a few days after it went missing.

Business mogul Shahzada Dawood and his 19-year-old son, Suleman Dawood, were two of the five Titan passengers believed to have died on June 22, following the discovery of evidence suggesting that the submersible imploded during their dive.

Suleman was originally apprehensive about the journey, confiding to a family member his fear about the underwater adventure, his aunt Azmeh Dawood shared.

Recounting that her nephew was not entirely eager at the start, Azmeh told NBC News that Suleman eventually agreed to the trip as it coincided with Father’s Day, and he wanted to make his father happy.

Thinking about Suleman trapped in the submersible was “crippling,” Azmeh stated on June 22. She described the situation as surreal, comparing it to a distressing movie with a ticking clock but an unknown end.

Approximately one hour and 45 minutes into the June 18 dive, the Titan lost contact with the surface, prompting the U.S. Coast Guard to launch a large-scale search-and-rescue mission for the sub, fearing that the crew would run out of oxygen.

On June 22, rescuers confirmed they had located debris from the submersible that was consistent with the catastrophic failure of the pressure chamber.

Rear Adm. John Mauger, the First Coast Guard District commander, said during a press conference that the debris indicated a devastating implosion of the vessel.

The Titan’s passengers, including OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush, British billionaire Hamish Harding, and French explorer Paul-Henri Nargeolet, are all presumed dead.

OceanGate paid tribute to the men, describing them as passionate explorers with a shared love for the ocean. The company expressed its grief and condolences to the families of the deceased.

A brief on the Titan’s passengers continues below.

Stockton Rush OceanGate announced on June 20 that its CEO, Stockton Rush, was part of the submersible’s crew.

An avid explorer, Rush founded the research firm in 2009. Interestingly, Rush’s wife Wendy is a direct descendant of Ida and Isidor Straus, a couple who perished on the Titanic.

Shahzada Dawood & Son Suleman Dawood Shahzada Dawood, a leading Pakistani businessman, and his young son Suleman were also on the submersible.

Hailing from one of Pakistan’s wealthiest families, Shahzada served as the vice chairman of Engro Corporation. His son was a student at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

The Dawood Foundation released a statement mourning their loss, urging people to keep the departed souls and the family in their prayers.

Hamish Harding Hamish Harding, a British billionaire, had announced his participation in the mission via an Instagram post on June 17, a day before the disaster.

The chairman of Action Aviation had an impressive exploration resume, which included a journey to the Mariana Trench’s deepest point and a space trip on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin New Shepard rocket.

Paul-Henri Nargeolet Paul-Henri Nargeolet, a French explorer, was the fifth passenger on the Titan.

A maritime expert and former member of the French Navy, Nargeolet was a recognized Titanic specialist. He was the director of RMS Titanic, Inc., a firm dedicated to researching, salvaging, and exhibiting artifacts from the infamous ship.

The Titan The Titan was a submersible operated by OceanGate Expeditions as part of their tour exploring the RMS Titanic’s wreckage.

In a statement on June 19, OceanGate expressed its profound sympathy to the families of the missing passengers, and thanked various government agencies and deep-sea companies for their extensive help in trying to reestablish contact with the submersible.


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