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UPDATE | The search for the missing submersive continues as oxygen 'runs out'

UPDATE | The search for the missing submersive continues as oxygen 'runs out'
Underwater submarine / Michael Stifter / iStock / Getty Images Plus / Getty Images

After going underwater on Sunday, a 'Titanic' tour submarine has gone missing.

More precisely, after having gone underwater on Sunday at 9am, the 'Titanic' tour submarine has yet to resurface, causing a delay of more than 96 hours from its planned resurface time. Here is the latest information we know about the missing 'OceanGate' submarine:

  • The submersive has officially reached its oxygen supply limit, surpassing its 96 hour mark;
  • Rescue efforts have intensified, following the oxygen supply deadline;
  • On board the 'Titan' is  British explorer Hamish Harding, CEO of the diving company Stockton RushFrench, submersible pilot Paul-Henri Nargeolet, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son Sulaiman;
  • On Wednesday, 'banging noises' have been heard by sonar search crews, providing hope that the passengers are still alive;
  • Today, there are now 10 ships and remote submarines on the search, as oxyen supply runs out in the missing submersive.

While the search for the submersive and its passengers continues, reports on TikTok have been leaked as to what the components of the 'Titan' are:

@dailymail BREAKING: Footage from 2022 shows Stockton inside the missing sub #fyp #titanic #sub #submersible #submarine #missing #stockton ♬ original sound - Daily Mail

Brian Szasz, stepson of 'Titan' passenger Hamish Harding, was spotted attending the Blink-182 concert in San Diego, California, the same day the missing submersive lost signal. 

Following this, pop star Cardi B took to Instagram to share her thoughts, but it wasn't long before Szasz snapped back. In a since-deleted Twitter post, he wrote "What a pos trashy celeb. Cardi B trying to get clout off me and my families suffering. I went to a Blink 182 concert for coping rather than sitting at home and watching the news. Shame on you Cardi get some class!"

John Cusack, Nicki Minaj, Bethenny Frankel, Alyssa Farah Griffin and other fellow stars have also expressed their sentiments on social media in light of the tragic event.

"...I'm keeping all five passengers in my prayers and wishing all the best to search and rescue teams. I just hope everyone stays safe," said Nicki Minaj.

For live updates on the missing 'Titan' submersive, click here.

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