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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: RMFX1
Fixed in the edit before you even posted, but my bad. LoL
Small phone screen, auto correct, my Dyslexia take your pick.
But my sentiment remains the same.
Let the Vatican and insurance companies foot the bill.
The people are after all on their arse already.
Mr. Heitz said most people had been evacuated before the fire was found because a Mass had started in the cathedral. Not long after the doors were shut, witnesses said, smoke could be seen rising from the spire. Video showed that scaffolding around the base of the spire, part of extensive renovations that were underway, was one of the first places to visibly catch fire.
originally posted by: szino9
originally posted by: RMFX1
It was reported that there was no one there. I suppose that they would still want to interview them seeing as they were working on the roof, apparently where the fire started wether they had left fir the day or not.
my question is who called the firemen at 6.20pm when they could not find the fire. If i see a fire and call the firemen i would tell them the location...
A second alarm was triggered at 6:43 p.m., and a fire was found under the roof in a network of wooden beams, many dating from the Middle Ages, that is nicknamed “the forest.” Mr. Heitz said that investigators were working off the hypothesis that the fire was an accident.