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Investigators: Notre Dame Fire May Have Been Caused By A Short-Circuit

Newsy Thursday, 18 April 2019
Investigators: Notre Dame Fire May Have Been Caused By A Short-CircuitWatch VideoProsecutors in Paris are currently investigating whether the recent fire at the historic Notre Dame Cathedral may have been caused by an electrical short-circuit.

According to CNN, a source involved in the proceedings said the potential short-circuit line of inquiry is just one of many angles currently being pursued...
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News video: Fire Chief: Unclear If Firefighters Will Keep Notre Dame Fire From Spreading

Fire Chief: Unclear If Firefighters Will Keep Notre Dame Fire From Spreading 02:10

The famed Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France, was engulfed in flames on April 15, 2019. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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