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17.04.2019 - 14:17 [ ]

War Drama vermeidbar? Brand erst 23 Minuten nach erstem Alarm entdeckt

Der französische Innenminister Laurent Nunez lobte die Arbeit der Feuerwehrleute, die ihr Leben bei dem Großeinsatz riskierten. Die Rettung der Kathedrale sei auf einen entscheidenden Zeitrahmen von 15 bis 30 Minuten zurückzuführen, berichtete der Politiker.

17.04.2019 - 14:10 [ Buzzfeed ]

Notre Dame Cathedral Staff Couldn’t Find The Fire For 23 Minutes After The First Alarm Went Off

When he left the building about 20 minutes later, Vexo said there was still no evidence of a fire, adding that he thought it was a false alarm.

Monsignor Patrick Chauvet, the rector of Notre Dame, told French radio station France Inter that the cathedral has fire supervisors who go up to the attic to examine the frame three times a day.

17.04.2019 - 06:48 [ ]

Twenty-three minutes that could have saved Notre Dame? Alarm was raised during mass at 6.20pm but staff could not find the fire until 6.43pm ….when the inferno was raging out of control

Paris public prosecutor Rémy Heitz announced on Tuesday that firefighters were called to the world-famous cathedral at 6.20pm CET, almost half an hour before the roof caught fire.

But after an initial inspection they said they were unable to find any evidence of fire.

17.04.2019 - 06:25 [ ]

Notre Dame fire: cathedral staff took 23 minutes to discover devastating blaze

Staff checked under the roof and saw nothing, according to a Paris judicial official, speaking anonymously.

But 23 minutes later a second smoke detector went off, at which point it was too late to stop the inferno.

17.04.2019 - 06:23 [ ]

Notre Dame fire alarm went off 23 MINUTES before staff found blaze raging out of control

„We are favouring the theory of an accident,“ he said, adding that 50 people were working on a „long“ and „complex“ probe into what caused the blaze.

He said they would be interviewing workers from five companies that had been hired to work on renovations to the cathedral’s roof, which was where the fire is thought to have started.