Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman were among the five people who died on the Titanic tourist submersible.

Their vessel experienced a "catastrophic implosion" in the depths of the ocean, resulting in instant death.

Rescuers from the US and Canada discovered a debris field, bringing an end to the search.

Shahzada Dawood had previously survived a harrowing flight incident in 2019.

During the flight, the plane plunged multiple times while flying through a storm.

Christine Dawood, Shahzada Dawood's wife, detailed the terrifying experience in a blog post titled "Living With Anxiety."

The flight's sudden drops and intense turbulence caused fear and anxiety among the passengers.

Shahzada Dawood's survival in the near-death flight experience adds a poignant layer to the tragic narrative.

The interplay between survival and tragedy underscores the fragility of life.

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