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Objet : RSOE EDIS – Situation Update : No.1 – Fire : [Notre Dame cathedral] Paris, Capital City, France, Europe
Importance : Haute
RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service, Budapest, Hungary
April 15th 2019 06:36 PM – Fire – FR-20190415-67485-FRA
A massive fire engulfed the roof at the famed Notre Dame cathedral in Paris on Monday afternoon, collapsing the main spire in the blaze. The intense flames leaped out from two of its bell towers minutes before the spire collapsed. A church spokesman told French media that all of Notre Dame cathedral’s frame is burning after the spire collapsed. Notre Dame spokesman Andre Finot told French media: "Everything is burning, nothing will remain from the frame." Dramatic video showed black smoke billowing out from the top of the cathedral as firefighters furiously worked to contain the flames. The sight stopped pedestrians in their tracks along the Seine River, which passes under the cathedral. A woman who only identifies herself as "Sun" online tweeted a 15-second clip of the blaze, claiming she was around the scene when the fire first started. "Omg it keeps getting bigger and bigger so fast, i’m leaving now but in case it catches up to the crowd um hi at least my last moments were in paris," she wrote in a Twitter thread. it was "sad to see this part of us burn." "Notre-Dame of Paris is in flames. Emotion in the whole nation. Thoughts for all Catholics and for all French," he tweeted. "Like all our countrymen, I’m sad to see this part of us burn." The deputy mayor of Paris, Emmanuel Gregoire, told BFMTV that the cathedral has suffered "colossal damages." Paris emergency services said they were trying to salvage the artwork stored in the cathedral. The fire department was fighting the flames, while the area near the cathedral was being cleared. It was not immediately clear what caused the fire. Notre Dame was undergoing a $6.8 million renovation project, with some sections under scaffolding, while bronze statues were removed last week for works
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