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“For me, there was no search”: James Cameron

by Sofia Navarro
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James Cameron made statements about OceanGate and the search for the Titan, following the implosion of the submersible.

He stated, “There was no search. When they finally sent down a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) that could reach the depth, they found it within a matter of hours. Probably within minutes.”

According to the filmmaker, the reports of the 96 hours of oxygen and the noises were an “extended and nightmarish charade” that only gave false hope to the families of the five crew members.

He maintained that the loss of communication and navigability by the submersible was an “extreme catastrophic event.”

The film director, who has descended to the depths of the Titanic more than 30 times, stated that the company OceanGate avoided certification of the vehicle because “they knew it wouldn’t pass.”

He said, “Now we have another accident that, unfortunately, is based on the same principles of not paying attention to warnings.”

Stockton Rush, CEO of OceanGate Expeditions; Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman Dawood, members of an important Pakistani family; British national Hamish Harding, and Paul-Henri Nargeolet, a French expert on the Titanic, were the five passengers who perished.

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