Fire of Notre Dame: We know
- A big fire falls to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Monday.
- The cathedral, undergoing changes, suffered "great damage."
- The cause of the fire remains unclear, but officials are not currently suspected of terrorism or arson.
- The fire was killed on Tuesday morning.
- No deaths and only one reported being injured.
- The construction of Notre Dame began in 1
The iconic spire at the top of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris collapsed after a large fire broke out on Monday night. The video shows part of the cathedral roof that has fallen on itself.
The fire was finally announced on Tuesday morning, according to a spokeswoman for the fire service in Paris. Gabriel Plus said on Tuesday morning that "the whole fire had come out," and that emergency services are currently "looking at the structure movements and releasing threatening residues." Plus that said in the fire, the next "stage is for experts" to plan how to reinforce what remains in the building.
Firefighters were able to save the signs of cathedral rectangular towers from the fire, but the Parisian mayor Emmanuel Gregoire said the cathedral suffered "major damage."
The French president was swear to rebuild the landmark.
Paris authorities have claimed that they have led to arson and possible motive-related terrorism so far – even in the moment – and treat the fire as an accident, according to The Associated Press.
Heroes went out
Deputy Mayor of Paris for Tourism and Sports, Jean-Francois Martins said that "CBS This Morning" he and the rest of the scene jumped into action to try and save art and artificial trolls located in Notre Dame Cathedral as fire spread on Monday.
"We have done a human chain, with our friends from the church … to get, as fast as possible, to get all the debris," he said, the thorns believed to be worn by Jesus Christ are among the things saved. "
" Thanks to the great courage of all our firefighters, as well as all the public servants there, we have very fast intervention. Very fast that a team is fully committed to saving all the sacred pieces, and specifically the relics and the crown, "Martins said." Everything was safe and undamaged, and on our really bad day, we had a good news. "
Minister Franck Riester's French Culture told reporters in Paris on Tuesday that all art and artifacts rescue from the cathedral will be moved to another Parisian Landmark, the Louvre Museum, for safekeeping.
Pete Buttigieg responds, in French
Offered by Mayor Pete Buttigieg, of South Bend, Indiana , his condolences to the French – in French – on Monday as a campaign for the White House. the race for the Sunday presidency.
The 37-year-old progressive small town mayor from deep red Indiana has grown to third place in recent polls in Iowa and New Hampshire. A war veteran in Afghanistan, Buttigieg is also one of the first open-ended candidates to win for the presidential nomination of a p artido.
He is known to speak many languages, and he was asked at a Monday event to respond to the Notre Dame fire of a correspondent for the French BFMTV network.  «People in France believe that next to Notre Dame, these do not help a person. Nous partageons la douleur mais nous vous remercions aussi de ce cadeau à la civilization. » @PeteButtigieg à @BFMTV
Et en français! 🇫🇷🇺🇸 #NotreDame pic.twitter.com/0xbf5lGhYH
– Cédric Faiche (@ tightricfaiche) April 15, 2019
"To people in France I would say that Notre Dame Cathedral is like a gift to mankind. We share the pain, but we are also grateful for this gift of civilization, "he replied.
Flying buttresses prevail
CBS News correspondent Seth Doane said new video
He said two-thirds of the building's roof was destroyed, but the stone mason in the middle of the center built an iconic structure can be saved the main building walls by doing such a great job of the famous flying buttresses, the half-arch supports to raise the upper level of the cathedral.
The flying buttresses, an architectural feature of the Goth, have changed construction nearly 1,000 years ago by allowing the more delicate, tall structures made by the masonry, seemingly fragile, but they survived the fire.
No evidence of burning
Paris public prosecutor, Remy Heitz, said investigators "favored the theory of an accident," to explain the devastating fire that burst into the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Heitz told reporters that 50 people participated in what would be a "long" and "complex" fire investigation believed to have started in the attic or roof of the ancient building early Monday night.
Heitz said the teams inside the charred building found no suggestion that the blaze was initially started. Officers began to teach aloud to an unintentional fire before firing the fires early in the morning.
Large Organ, Crown of Christ was saved
deputy mayor of Paris said the famous "Great Organ" from The Notre Dame Cathedral, apart from the world's most famous and largest, remained intact then of the devastating fire at the main cathedral of Paris.
Emmanuel Gregoire told French television network BFMTV that an emergency plan to save the wealth of Notre Dame was put into action on Monday and managed to save most of the iconic cathedral's content.
The Great organ, one of two in structure, was built built by Francois Thierry in the mid-18th century. It has an estimated 8,000 profits.
Gregoire said that there was "enormous relief" with so many invaluable pieces of art and artifacts saved from the burning structure, including the Crown of Christ – the crown of the thorns that Jesus Christ believed
Pope offers a prayer
Vatican spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said on Twitter that Pope Francis was "near France," and he offers prayers "for all those who are trying cope with this dramatic situation. "
The leader of the worldwide Church responded to the disaster during the Catholic Church with prayers for Catholics in France and for all the Parisians," under the terrible of the terrible fire "that hit the cathedral, which the Vatican calls" a symbol of Christianity in France and the world. "
Due to investigation
Authorities have not released any information about the cause of the fire and said it was investigated. The fire may have to do with the work done on the site, the fire said. The extensive scaffolding covers a portion of the roof as part of the project $ 6,800,000 before the fire broke out.
The office of prosecutors of Paris resolves the burning and possible motive relating to terrorism
French President Macron: "We will rebuild "
French President Emmanuel Macron addressed the country on Monday night. Macron called the fire a "terrible tragedy" and confirmed the facade of the stone cathedral and two main towers to avoid the fall in the midst of destruction. "I'm telling you all tonight-we'll rebuild this cathedral. At the beginning of the year, tomorrow's start, national donations will be made to continue our borders," Macron said.
First look inside the burning cathedral
The first pictures were released showing damage within the Notre Dame Cathedral caused by Monday's fire. A picture shows lips still smoldering around the altar, but the surrounding stonework appears entirely.
Another picture shows portions of intricate carved vaulted ceilings that fall while the fire is continually burned on top.
The history of Notre Dame Cathedral
The construction of Notre Dame began in 1163 during the reign of King Louis VII and completed in 1345. The cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a global Parisian icon and the location some of The most important moments in the history of France.
Henry VI of England was crowned inside the cathedral in 1431 and Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned the Emperor of France within the cathedral in 1804.
The cathedral receives nearly 13 million visitors a year and is home with beautiful religious artifacts, paintings, sculptures and other non-artistic works of art.
It continued with the adjustment after the cracks began to appear in the rock, invading fears that the structure could become unstable. CBS News' s Roxana Saberi reported in March 2018 that the years of rain, snow and pollution spell the flying buttress promoting the cathedral.
James Shepherd, director of care and facilities at the Washington National Cathedral, talked to CBSN on Monday about the long history of Notre Dame.
"It was 800 years of history, the people who traveled there and worshiped there, and the accumulation of culture," Shepherd said by phone. "All of that must be taken into consideration as they try to fix this church and save it after this devastating fire."
The Shepherd spoke about "the spectacular and exclusive windows of Notre Dame's glass," which seems to have been destroyed by fire. He called them "absolutely worthless and some of the best examples of European stained-glass windows."