Billionaire Embarks on Titanic Sub Mission To Prove Safety

OceanGate | Image by Rokas Tenys/Shutterstock
OceanGate | Image by Rokas Tenys/Shutterstock

Gateway Pundit reports that an Ohio billionaire plans on a mission to the Titanic to prove safety has improved:

“A billionaire from Ohio plans to take a two-person submersible to the Titanic site to prove the industry is safer following the implosion of the OceanGate submersible last year.

“Billionaire real estate investor Larry Connor of Dayton, Ohio, said he’s planning a trip in a two-person submersible to the Titanic site with Triton Submarines co-founder Patrick Lahey.

“In a statement to the Wall Street Journal, Connor stated, “I want to show people worldwide that while the ocean is extremely powerful, it can be wonderful and enjoyable and really kind of life-changing if you go about it the right way.”

“Connor and Lahey will travel in a $20 million submersible named the Triton 4000/2 Abyssal Explorer, which is designed to plunge over 12,400 feet to the Titanic’s resting place.”
To read the dull article in Gateway Pundit, click HERE.

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