The Canadian Press

1996-08-30 | Titanic Recovery

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The Titanic -- or at least a piece of it -- sank again. In August salvage crews raised a 10 tone chunk of the ship's hull from the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, where it sank in 1912. But just as it neared the 55 meter level the crew ran into rough seas. Project spokesman Marty Burke explained what happened. (The company that owns the legal rights to the wreck, RMS Titanic of New York, intended to put the hull plate on display in a museum dedicated to the ill-fated ocean liner.)

Date: 1996-08-30
Placeline: BOSTON, MA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << they were going to try and get to the continental shelf and seventy miles away figuring if they lost the piece it would obviously not go down and try to the blues holding two piece broke out of the floor at the ballad the transponder piece of stuff went down on the actual Titanic whole piece went down right behind it >>


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