Search teams detected underwater sounds while scanning the North Atlantic for a submersible that vanished with five people aboard during a deep-sea voyage to the Titanic, the Coast Guard said Wednesday.
The Coast Guard reported the noises by Canadian aircraft on Tuesday, day three of the search, as the clock ticked down to the last 24 hours of the missing aircraft's presumed oxygen supply.
Robotic undersea search operations were diverted to the area where the sounds appeared to originate, but there was still no tangible signs of the missing vessel, the Coast Guard said on Twitter.
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