Electrical short-circuit is believed to have started Notre Dame blaze, investigators believe
Scaffolding firm set up timelapse camera around 2pm on day of Notre Dame fire
Company said it took pictures every 10 minutes until fire started around 6.40pm
Investigators are inspecting images for evidence as to what started the blaze
Meanwhile, firefighters who helped save the cathedral arrived to meet MacronHOW SUSPICIOUS IS IT THAT THE CAMERAS WERE SET UP THE VERY DAY OF THE FIRE?
WERE THEY EXPECTING A FIRE?
SOUNDS LIKE IT.
AND THEN WHOEVER DID START THE FIRE KNEW ENOUGH TO SHUT DOWN THE CAMERAS WHICH HAD JUST BEEN INSTALLED.
ESPECIALLY BECAUSE THIS:
No electricity was ever put in the top of Notre Dame “to prevent fire” https://t.co/JPUmMMNUlE— Diana West (@diana_west_) April 17, 2019
#NotreDame Head of scaffolding co.: "At the start of the fire absolutely none of the employees of my company was on site" https://t.co/UrSGVXkg5e pic.twitter.com/RxZQMtDZPi— Andrew Bostom (@andrewbostom) April 17, 2019
"I believe profoundly that we need to turn this catastrophe into an opportunity to come together," French President Emmanuel Macron said after the Notre-Dame blaze on Monday.— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 18, 2019
The sense of national unity lasted less than 48 hours https://t.co/YRyhjQpH2g