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Prosecutors Think Notre Dame Fire Caused By Electrical Short-Circuit

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Prosecutors Think Notre Dame Fire Caused By Electrical Short-Circuit

Prosecutors Think Notre Dame Fire Caused By Electrical Short-Circuit

Paris prosecutors are investigating what caused the Notre Dame Cathedral fire.

According to CNN, they think it may have been an electrical short-circuit.

A judicial source said: &quot;We are not excluding any hypothesis at this stage.&quot; Official theorize the cause was accidental and have questioned at least 40 employees so far.

The fire took nine hours to extinguish and destroyed large parts of the 850-year-old building.

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