List of Notre Dame Fire Schedules in Paris: Five minutes after closure

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 List of Notre Dame Fire Schedules in Paris: Five minutes after closure


This TV screenshot shows the top of Notre Dame in Paris, France, caught in flames (April 15).

According to foreign media reports, on April 15, just five minutes after the closure of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, a cathedral with more than 800 years of history was accidentally hit by a serious fire.

The following is the timetable for the fire:

Around 6:50 p.m. local time on the 15th, according to the French fire department, flames and smoke rose from the roof of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. At about 7:07 p.m., a Reuters reporter saw smoke and flames from a distance at Notre Dame in Paris.

On April 15, local time, Frances famous Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire, overlooking the scene of the fire, the roof burning into a sea of fire. In the fire, the cathedrals famous steeple fell, causing serious internal damage.

At 7:40 p.m., the fire spread to the spire of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. French President Mark Long therefore postponed a summary speech on the Great Debate scheduled for 8 p.m. that evening.

At 7:53 p.m., the steeple in the middle of Notre Dame in Paris collapsed. At 7:59, the office of the French President said that Marklong was rushing to the scene. At 8:07, a Reuters live reporter reported that the entire roof of Notre Dame in Paris collapsed.

At 8:25 p.m., police evacuated the area near Notre Dame in Paris. At 10:20 p.m., an official from the French Ministry of the Interior said that 400 firefighters had been at the scene of the fire, but they might not be able to save Notre Dame in Paris.

At 10:30 p.m., Parisians and tourists gathered near Notre Dame in Paris to pray for Notre Dame. At 10:50 p.m., the mayor of Paris said that people living near Notre Dame had been evacuated to prevent the fire from spreading.

11:05 p.m.: A French fire official said the iconic rectangular tower of Notre Dame in Paris had been rescued from the risk of fire.

At 11.15 p.m., prosecutors in Paris said that investigators were currently putting out fires in the burning area of Notre Dame in Paris. At 11:35 p.m., French President Mark Long said he was seeking international help to restore and rebuild Notre Dame in Paris. At 12:35 p.m., the fire continued to burn.

Since then, the Paris prosecution has announced that it is investigating the cause of the Notre Dame fire. Later, there were reports that the fire at Notre Dame in Paris was under control. It is reported that the treasures of Notre Dame Museum in Paris survived the fire. The main structure still exists, but the roof burned down and a spire collapsed, which may take years to repair. Notre Dame de Paris stands on the Sidi Island of the Seine River. It has a history of more than 850 years. It was founded in 1163 and completed in 1345. Notre Dame celebrated its 850th anniversary in 2013. Notre Dame is the first completely Gothic Church in European history. It has epoch-making significance and is also the longest and most representative historic site in Paris. Source: Responsible Editor of CNN: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

Since then, the Paris prosecution has announced that it is investigating the cause of the Notre Dame fire. Later, there were reports that the fire at Notre Dame in Paris was under control.

It is reported that the treasures of Notre Dame Museum in Paris survived the fire. The main structure still exists, but the roof burned down and a spire collapsed, which may take years to repair.

Notre Dame de Paris stands on the Sidi Island of the Seine River. It has a history of more than 850 years. It was founded in 1163 and completed in 1345. Notre Dame celebrated its 850th anniversary in 2013. Notre Dame is the first completely Gothic Church in European history. It has epoch-making significance and is also the longest and most representative historic site in Paris.