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Before Prince Dawood, he had the chance to ride on Titan, but refused



New Delhi: The tourist submarine Titan disappeared in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday. The wreckage of the missing submarine Titan has been found. The death of the five billionaires aboard this submarine has also been confirmed. This news has become a topic of discussion around the world. Meanwhile, Jay Bloom, an investor living in Las Vegas, said a shocking thing. He said Stockton Rush, the owner of Submarine Titan, tried to persuade him and his son to show him Marine World a year ago. Sean Bloom, son of Jay Bloom, was very eager to see the wreckage of the Titanic ship.

After being offered the Stockton Rush, Jay Bloom read a lot about Submarine Titan. Concerns about his safety began to rise inside Bloom. Bloom ultimately declined the Stockton Rush’s offer. Bloom’s son is now 20 years old. He has been reading information about the Titanic ship since childhood, but his father Jay Bloom has become alert to the security issue. Pakistani billionaire Prince Dawood and his son Sulaiman secured a place on the Titan submarine when Jay Bloom didn’t go.

Questions were raised about the safety of the Titan submarine in 2018 itself.
Bloom said: ‘Every time I see a picture of this Pakistani businessman and his 19 year old son I think if I hadn’t been in denial I could have been here with my son 20 years old. But by the grace of God, we are safe. Bloom said safety questions about Titan’s design were raised as early as 2018 by industry experts and a former Rush Company employee. But Rush’s confidence was unwavering.”

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Who was who in Submarine Titan?
On board the submarine were its owner Stockton Rush, a French submarine operator Paul-Henri Nargolet, British aviation magnate Hamish Harding and Prince Dawood and his 19-year-old son Suleiman. All confirmed dead.

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