I have been following the developing story about the submarine that has gone missing in its attempt to visit the wreckage of the Titanic.
There are five people on board the sub and there are, according to reports as I write this post, fifty hours worth of air remaining.
It sure isn't looking good. That's based on the opinions shared by the experts I've watched, or listened to, in the coverage.
Eerily, the last book I read - Drowning by TJ Newman - is reminding me of this situation.
The recently-published book is about an aircraft that crashes into the sea and most of the passengers that survived are rescued by a specialist machine that is used to save people inside submarines.
I hope the real-life story has a happy ending. It's not looking good at all.