U.S. Coast Guard says ‘debris field’ found in search for missing submersible


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New information is coming in regarding the search for the OceanGate submersible that went missing on Sunday during a trip to the Titanic ship wreckage.

Crews from all over the world have been searching the Atlantic Ocean for the sub and the five people who are missing aboard the unit. It was reported that the sub made the departure on Sunday with 96 hours of breathable oxygen on board.

The Coast Guard announced they will be holding a press conference at 3 p.m. Thursday.

The submersible disappeared Sunday while conducting a mission to survey the wreckage of the Titanic.

Underwater noises were heard Wednesday while crews canvassed the area.

The people onboard paid $250,000 for a seat on OceanGate.