Titan Implosion: A Dream of Guinness World Record Shattered!

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The Titanic wreck explorer that perished in the deep waters of North Atlantic Ocean, took down with it the life of all the passengers, which included one of the Pakistan’s wealthiest persons, Shahzada Dawood and his 19 year old son Suleman.

The on-boarders died when the Titan submersible underwent a catastrophic implosion, while it was on its way to explore the wreckage of Titanic some 12000 feet below sea level.

Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman

Christine Dawood, the wife of Shahzada Dawood, while recalling the final moments said that the father-son duo were “so excited to go down to the ocean floor to see the wreckage of the Titanic”.

In her interview to the BBC, Christine revealed that her son Suleman went to the expedition with his Rubik’s cube as he wanted to be the first to solve it under water.

Speaking further, she said that the teenager had applied to the Guinness World Records and had informed them about his plans. His father had even carried a camera along with him to record Suleman achieving the feat.

Suleman’s mother revealed that the father-son duo were very excited for the expedition, and that she was very happy for them as they “wanted to do this for a really, really long time.”

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However Suleman’s aunt revealed that Suleman was very terrified, and had many a times wavered about going on the expedition. It was only due to the Father’s day that he ultimately decided to join his father on the trip. His father is said to have a childhood obsession with the ill-fated Titanic.

The collapsing of Titan has sent shocks across the globe, and many have raised fingers on the safety norms prevalent across the world. The concerned authorities are looking at the accident from different angles, and are even examining the Titan’s voice recordings to check if the case needs a criminal investigation.

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