It has been 2 months since the Notre Dame Cathedral in France was set ablaze by a fire and French prosecutors believe that it was either a lit cigarette or electrical malfunction that started the flames. The idea of any foul play against the famous landmark has been omitted based off a statement from Remy Heitz, a Paris prosecutor.
According to an article written by CNN, "Prosecutors are now looking into the possibility of negligence and said they were opening a judicial investigation."
The 850-year-old architectural masterpiece suffered major damage to the roof, including a collapsed spire, and much work is still to be done to refurbish the establishment.
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