UPDATE: Officials give update on efforts to save Notre Dame, Macron speaks to press (VIDEO)

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Fire officials said late Monday that Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris was saved from “total destruction” after a massive fire broke out, engulfing much of the building and destroying its iconic spire and stained-glass windows.

The blaze spread to the cathedral’s two rectangular towers Monday evening but was later contained.

The article goes on to state the following:

It is still unclear how much art in the building has been saved. A priest told local reporters all the art stored in the cathedral had been saved; however a top fire official only confirmed that most precious art had been safeguarded.

In the video below, French President Emmanuel Macron announced plans to rebuild the cathedral.

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