PHOTO: 19-year-old teenager, Suleman Dawood, was "terrified" before the titanic submarine trip, but he wanted to make his father happy for Father’s Day weekend KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, June 22, 2023

PHOTO: 19-year-old teenager, Suleman Dawood, was "terrified" before the titanic submarine trip, but he wanted to make his father happy for Father’s Day weekend

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that 19-year-old teenager, Suleman Dawood, was "terrified" before the titanic submarine trip, but he wanted to make his father happy for Father’s Day weekend.

Just hours after officials presumed the five missing people dead, NBC News revealed the 19-year-old passenger told a family member he was “terrified” to go on the trip.


The aunt and sister of two of the missing passengers, Shahzada and Suleman Dawood, told NBC News her nephew was hesitant and “wasn’t very up for it.” The Titan lost contact with the surface approximately an hour and 45 minutes into its June 18 dive, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Fearing that the crew would run out of oxygen, a massive search-and-rescue mission for the sub was launched.

However, officials confirmed on June 22 that rescuers found debris from an external part of the submersible "consistent with the catastrophic loss of the pressure chamber."

Suleman had initially been hesitant to go on the trip, telling a relative he felt "terrified" about the underwater excursion, according to his aunt Azmeh Dawood.

Explaining that her nephew "wasn't very up for it" at first, Azmeh recalled to NBC News that the teen ended up going on the trip because it fell on Father's Day and he wanted to please his dad Shahzada.

"I am thinking of Suleman, who is 19, in there, just perhaps gasping for breath," Azmeh said on June 22. "It's been crippling, to be honest." “I feel disbelief,” she said. “It’s an unreal situation.”

But the teen ended up going on the submersible since the trip fell over Father’s Day weekend and he allegedly didn’t want to upset his dad. Suleman had initially been hesitant to go on the trip, telling a relative he felt "terrified" about the underwater excursion, according to his aunt Azmeh Dawood.

Explaining that her nephew "wasn't very up for it" at first, Azmeh recalled to NBC News that the teen ended up going on the trip because it fell on Father's Day and he wanted to please his dad Shahzada.

"I am thinking of Suleman, who is 19, in there, just perhaps gasping for breath," Azmeh said on June 22. "It's been crippling, to be honest."

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