‘Presumed human remains’ found near debris field of doomed Titan submersible, US Coast Guard says

The US Coast Guard has recovered “presumed human remains” from the seafloor in the area of the Titan submersible’s debris field.
The remains were recovered “within the wreckage” of the submersible, the Coast Guard said in a news release – an announcement coming nearly a week after authorities determined the Titanic-bound vessel had imploded in the North Atlantic, killing all five men aboard.
US medical professionals will analyse the presumed remains, the Coast Guard said.

Huge pieces of the doomed submersible Titan were hoisted onto a Canadian pier on Wednesday nearly a week after authorities announced a “catastrophic implosion” had killed all five men onboard the minivan-sized vessel.
A white panel-like piece – taller than the two men guiding it onto land – and another similarly sized part with cords and wires draped with white tarp were taken off the anchor handling vessel Horizon Arctic at the Canadian Coast Guard pier in St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, photos by The Canadian Press’ Paul Daly show.