Fire at Notre Dame taken under control, but not extinguished completely, – French Interior Ministry (PHOTO)

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The fire in Notre Dame de Paris is brought under control, but not fully extinguished. This was reported to journalists by the Secretary of State at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of France Laurent Nunez.

The fire was localized so much that in the morning President Macron, accompanied by rescuers, even managed to enter the main entrance and assess the scale of the damage.

As reported by Russian Spring , a fire broke out in the main cathedral of Paris on the evening of April 15th. Having quickly spread through the scaffolding that surrounds the building, he spread to the spire and the famous clock. The moment the spire collapsed made people around the world shudder.

Two-thirds of the roof of the building’s structure burned out. The flames raged literally inside the entire building, and yet, despite the collapse of two-thirds of the roof, the main structure, together with the two towers, was saved.

Yesterday, we recall, even Donald Trump gave advice on fire fighting.

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