— Axel Reinaud (@areinaud) April 15, 2019
— ABC News (@ABC) April 15, 2019
— Andre Rthld (@andrerthld) April 16, 2019
After firefighters put out the last remnants of the fire that ravaged #NotreDameCathedral in Paris, daylight revealed the extent of the damage caused by the blaze Monday evening. #NotreDameFire https://t.co/2pWmEE2f3j pic.twitter.com/si84yZErwI
— China Plus News (@ChinaPlusNews) April 16, 2019
1/2 #Intervention #NotreDame : la structure de la cathédrale est sauvée et les principales œuvres d’art ont été sauvegardées, grâce à l'action combinée des différents services de l'État engagés à nos côtés. pic.twitter.com/0GJZKAdYdM
— Pompiers de Paris (@PompiersParis) April 16, 2019
“Far below, their vision obscured by fumes and tears, firefighters, priests and municipal workers passed treasures hand-to-hand, hoping the speed of desperation could outrun the flames.
“They had 66 minutes.” https://t.co/taQ2Hpm56i
— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) April 16, 2019
— Stéphane Fort (@Stephane_Fort) April 15, 2019
Our perspective of the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France from March 11, 2019. Our thoughts are with the firefighters and for the safety of the people in the area. #NotreDameFire #NorteDame #Paris pic.twitter.com/jDm3pRmZ82
— DigitalGlobe (@DigitalGlobe) April 15, 2019
Photo of a French police drone from above. The fire is much worse than it looked from the ground.
— Gerti Çaku (@GertiCaku) April 15, 2019
I know this doesn't help, but we have exquisite 3D laser maps of every detail of Notre Dame, thanks to the incredible work of @Vassar art historian Andrew Tallon. Prof Tallon passed away last November, but his work will be absolutely crucial https://t.co/YJl3XXUZTg
— Hannah Groch-Begley (@grouchybagels) April 15, 2019
The next 1.5 hours will be crucial to save what remains of the Notre Dame cathedral, said Jean-Claude Gallet, Paris Fire Brigade commander general.
“There’s a risk that the great bell falls. If the bell falls, it’s the tower that collapses."
— CNN (@CNN) April 15, 2019
Why big water drops from the air would not have been an option to save #NotreDameCathedral, as explained by actual experts (in contrast to a certain POTUS): https://t.co/y4H2nAJLga – the tons of water would probably have flattened the whole building …
— Daniel Fischer (@cosmos4u) April 15, 2019
Sad to see the unique landmark #NotreDame burning. I noticed this news today in my office in Paris and was shocked by the images. Hope that everyone is OK and thanks to the fire fighters who are doing their best to estinguish the fire. Merci @PompiersParis !
— Jan Wörner (@janwoerner) April 15, 2019
— R a y a (@rayamm7) April 15, 2019
After my last tweet, I got a couple DMs asking firefighting related questions about the #NotreDameFire.
I -like most of you- are watching from a world away. But if you’re interested in some profession specific things I’d note/be concerned of, you can follow this thread. pic.twitter.com/golMnbYsDK
— Gregg Favre (@GreggFavre) April 15, 2019
— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 15, 2019
— Ministère de l'Intérieur (@Place_Beauvau) April 15, 2019
— Patrick Galey (@patrickgaley) April 15, 2019
— guillaumel (@GuillaumeLarch) April 15, 2019
— Paris Match (@ParisMatch) April 15, 2019
Fire at Notre Dam cathedral in Paris right now. Doesn’t look good at all… pic.twitter.com/bJmoY3Y8YF
— Kabir Taneja (@KabirTaneja) April 15, 2019
— Luke Baker (@BakerLuke) April 15, 2019
— Gavin Lawlor (@iGavLawlor) April 15, 2019
— Hugo Travers (HugoDécrypte) (@HugoTravers) April 15, 2019
— Bob le Centriste (@BobLeCentriste) April 15, 2019
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) April 15, 2019