FROM THE RUINS: Notre Dame Fire Contained, Structure Saved Following Massive Blaze

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.15.19

French firefighters and first responders miraculously managed to contain the massive blaze that engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral late Monday evening; as images emerged of the smoldering House of Worship not seen since the widespread European destruction of the Second World War.

“The fire already destroyed the roof of the 850 year old UNESCO world heritage landmark, whose spectacular gothic spire collapsed before the eyes of horrified onlookers on a previously pristine early spring evening,” reports the AFP.

“I say to you very solemnly this evening, this cathedral will be rebuilt… it is part of our destiny in France and our project for years to come,” said French President Emmanuel Macron.

BREAKING NOW: World Famous Notre Dame Cathedral ON FIRE in Paris

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.15.19

BBC News is reporting a massive blaze has engulfed the roof of the world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris France; saying the fire may be the result of recent renovations on the centuries old building.

“Images on social media show plumes of smoke billowing into the air above the the 850-year-old Gothic building,” reports the BBC. “Last year, the Catholic Church in France launched an urgent appeal for funds to save the cathedral, which was starting to crumble.”

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

TRAGEDY IN PARIS: Central Spire, Roof of Notre Dame Cathedral Collapse During Massive Fire

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.15.19

The central spire and roof of France’s world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral collapsed Monday after a massive blaze engulfed the centuries-old House of Worship; shocking residents and tourists throughout the city.

“Black smoke could be seen from a distance billowing out from the top of the medieval cathedral, while flames leaped out from two of its bell towers. The sight stopped pedestrians in their tracks along the Seine River, which passes under the cathedral,” reports Fox News.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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