Notre-Dame came far closer to collapsing than people knew.
This is how it was saved.
By Elian Peltier, James Glanz, Mika Gröndahl, Weiyi Cai, Adam Nossiter and Liz Alderman
A baffling alert. A race to the wrong building.
Notre-Dame still stands only because firefighters decided to risk everything,
a New York Times reconstruction has found. July 17, 2019
Aurélien Breeden and Constant Méheut contributed reporting from Paris.
Produced by Mona Boshnaq, Allison McCann, Andrew Rossback, Gaia Tripoli and Jeremy White.
Additional work by Michael Beswetherick.
Également sur The New York Times
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