Notre Dame fire likely caused by electrical short circuit: Investigators

More than $1 billion has already been raised to rebuild the cathedral.
1:05 | 04/19/19

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Transcript for Notre Dame fire likely caused by electrical short circuit: Investigators
Asked Christians around the world marked Good Friday today one of the holiest days in the Christian calendar. Numbers are made near not Saddam. With the medieval cathedral closed Easton mass is now being counseled. Investigators now believe the far that base for over fifteen hours. Severely damaging the 850. Year old church closing not famous bar to come crashing down. Wall sparked by an electrical short circuit. A police official saying the structure is still too dangerous for investigation as to begin their work. Wooden planks are being used to support some of the structure. But admits the charred ruins of this iconic cathedral lie some hope. A French conservation official today revealing there was no major damage to the ought work inside not a dom. And more than a billion dollars has been raised as officials vowed to rebuild the chart some glimmers of hope. On this Easter weekend Lama has an ABC news London.

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