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How tech helped put out the Notre Dame Cathedral fire

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Paris firefighters used drones and a water-spitting robot to help tame the Notre Dame Cathedral fire.
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The iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral caught fire on Monday, destroying the landmark’s roof and causing its famous steeple to collapse. Here is a timeline of how the fire occurred.

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