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Notre Dame security guard delayed response after going to wrong building when fire first broke out: report

FOXNews.com Thursday, 18 July 2019
A security guard in charge of protecting Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was working only his third day and sent his fellow colleague to the wrong building to check on the alert when the fire first broke out.
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