Ottawa: Canadian aircraft involved in the search for a missing submarine in the Atlantic Ocean detected sounds in the sea.
According to a foreign news agency, the Canadian plane has identified sounds at the location of the sinking of the Titanic in the Atlantic Ocean. Equipment used to search for underwater submarines has detected sounds that are reportedly heard every 30 minutes.
US officials have confirmed that the voices have been received. US and Canadian ships and planes are searching for the missing submarine, while Russian experts claim that the rescue operation of the submarine may cost 100 million dollars.
Read more: 2 Pakistanis were also in the missing submarine that spotted the remains of the Titanic
The next few hours are critical for those in the submarine and if the search is not successful by tomorrow afternoon, all five men will be deprived of oxygen. 2 Pakistani father and son are also on board the submarine.
The missing submarine set off from the Canadian island of Newfoundland on Sunday to explore the wreckage of the Titanic, which sank in the Atlantic Ocean 111 years ago.