First pic of debris from doomed Bermuda Triangle plane as hopes fade for mum, two kids and a pilot on board missing jet
DEVASTATING pictures of debris which vanished over the infamous Bermuda Triangle have been released by the Coast Guard. The wreckage, found 15miles off the coast of the Bahamas, includes parts of a twin-engine MU-2B the same used in the aircraft which was carrying four people including Jennifer Blumin, 40, and her two little boys.
Blumin s husband James Ramsey pictured with their young sons who are feared to have passed away their mother on the doomed flight
The New York mum and her sons, Phineas, aged four, and two-year-old Theodore, were being flown to Titusville, Florida by pilot Nathan Ulrich, 52. The disturbing image of the debris shared by the Seventh District Coast Guard on Twitter appears to show the wreckage of the tragic four s plane which was found on Tuesday.
The Coast Guard reported at 3.30pm on Tuesday that a helicopter crew located debris field approximately 15 mile east of Eleuthera, Bahamas.
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Successful New York businesswoman Blumin is the CEO of New York event management firm Skylight Group. The company, which converts historical spaces into swanky event spaces, has a portfolio of venues including include Skylight One Hanson in Brooklyn and Skylight at Moynihan Station in midtown Manhattan. Her husband James Ramsey works for design studio Raad and as of 2015 the couple lived with their two sons in upmarket New York neighbourhood Tribeca.
The 40-year-old is a well known businesswoman in New York
Ulrich, who was piloting the plane, is the founder and owner of Xootr which manufactures folding kick scooters and folding bicycles. He was married to actress Rae Dawn Chong from 2011 to 2014. She took to social media to tell her friends about his plane vanishing shortly after 2pm.
She tweeted: My ex-hubby s (Nathan Ulrich) plane is missing over the Bermuda Triangle. I am sad and in shock. So send prayers to his family. Thanks.
The Bermuda Triangle is a notorious area of ocean off the east coast of the United States
The plane was last known to be east of the island of Eleuthera. The plane left Borinquen, Puerto Rico, about 11am Monday and was destined for Titusville, Florida. Miami Traffic Control lost contact with the plane at around 2.10pm local time on Monday.
It vanished 37 miles east of the Bahamas, in the spot where the legendary Bermuda Triangle is said to be. The New Hampshire pilot s last transmission said the plane was at an altitude of 24,000 feet and going at a speed of 300 knots.
There s no indication of significant adverse weather at the time, said Lt Cmdr Ryan Kelly, a Coast Guard spokesman.
The twin-engine MU-2B plane was at about 24,000 feet when air traffic control lost contact
The Bermuda Triangle lies in a section of the North Atlantic Ocean it covers an area of 440,000 miles of sea. The triangle, or Devil s Triangle, has been blamed for the disappearance of at least 20 planes and 50 ships in the past 100 years.
Last year it was reported that clouds forming above the Bermuda Triangle could explain why dozens of ships and planes have mysteriously vanished in the notorious patch of sea.
Strange cloud formations could be linked to Bermuda Triangle mystery
What exactly is the Bermuda Triangle?
- The Bermuda Triangle is a mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean roughly bounded by Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico where dozens of ships and airplanes have disappeared.
- Unexplained circumstances surround some of these accidents, including one in which the pilots of a squadron of US Navy bombers became disoriented while flying over the area; the planes were never found.
- Other boats and planes have seemingly vanished from the area in good weather without even radioing distress messages.
- One infamous tragedy occurred in March 1918 when the USS Cyclops, a 542-foot-long Navy cargo ship with over 300 men onboard sank somewhere between Barbados and the Chesapeake Bay.
- The Cyclops never sent out an SOS distress call despite being equipped to do so, and an extensive search found no wreckage.
- Although many fanciful theories have been proposed regarding the Triangle, none prove that mysterious disappearances occur more frequently there than in other well-travelled sections of the ocean.
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