‘Sorry, what exactly was found?’: OceanGate co-founder informs live on BBC that wreck has been discovered | A submarine crashed

“Sorry, what exactly was found?” Guillermo Söhnlein, co-founder of OceanGate, is visibly shaken to learn that the wreck has been discovered during the search for the missing submarine. It happened while he was doing a live phone interview with the BBC.

The reporter repeats that wreckage has been found, knowing no further details at the time. Later it turned out that it was, among other things, the stern of the giant ship.

Sonlin’s despondent reaction indicates that he already realized that implosion was the only possible explanation. After a short break he picks himself up again.

“hearing this for the first time”

“I don’t know what these fragments are, I’m hearing this for the first time now. The protocol says that if contact is lost, the pilot will raise the sub. I still assume that Stockton Rush (OceanGate CEO; ed.) behaved this way.

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In this case it will be very difficult to find the submarine. The crew of the mothership knew nothing of that speedy return, and thus had no clue as to its location. My biggest fear is that they are swimming somewhere almost untraceable. So, in that sense, I’m not surprised that something was discovered on the surface.”

Meanwhile, the US Coast Guard reported that the submarine may have exploded on Sunday. According to experts, this means that passengers never knew there was a problem. British billionaire Hamish Harding, French Titanic expert Paul-Henri Nargolet, British-Pakistani business consultant Shahzada Dawood and his 19-year-old son Suleiman Warash died instantly.

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