Prosecutors investigating the cause of the devastating flame, which destroyed large parts of Notre Dame cathedral, said there was no evidence to date suggesting that the fire was a criminal offense.
Instead, the Paris Prosecutor's Office said in a statement several days that the April 15th flame hypothesis includes a malfunctioning electrical system or a smoldering cigarette.
The Office said that while they are still investigating the possibility of negligence, they have no reason to believe that the fire has begun intentionally.
] "If some gaps that can explain the scale of the fire have been revealed, the investigations conducted so far have not yet been able to determine the cause of the fire," said prosecutor Remy Haitz in Paris's statement. , "There are no indications of criminal origin so far."
The US DONORS ARE NOT WORKING FOR THE START OF WORK OF A CHILD'S DAUGHTER BETWEEN FRENCH TICUANS
The Tower, which collapsed in the flames, has left a crippled monument once a major tourist attraction , barricaded for the public, and the outlines of Paris remarkably altered.
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Earlier this month, church and business officials said that mostly American citizens, through the charity foundation Friends of Notre Dame, set the bills and paid the salaries of the 150 odd workers employed by the cathedral after the fire. month he handed out the first $ 4 million payment for the reconstruction of the cathedral. estimates of the cost of necessary repairs amount to about $ 1.13 billion to $ 2.3 billion. The context cost about 4.5 million dollars a year for major repairs to the cathedral before the fire.  GOLDEN ALTAR CROSS OF LADY VISITED LIGHT AS A PICTURE OF AIR
On Wednesday, the Notre Dame Foundation announced that the big French donors, Bernard Arno, his family and the deluxe giant LVMH Group made an initial payment of € 10 million on a 200 million stake, such as Francois and Francois-Henri Pino, who promised 100 million.
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Almost 1 billion dollars were promised by some of France's richest and most powerful families and companies, some of whom wanted to bid from each other in the hours and days after hell. This has provoked criticism that donations are so much for the vanity of donors who wish to be immortalized in the legendary stones of the building, rather than the actual preservation of the church heritage The Associated Press contributed to this report.