How the French Fire Brigade’s “Audacity” Saved #NotreDame

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “How the French Fire Brigade’s “Audacity” Saved #NotreDame” – below is their description.

“They are soldiers.”

Agnès Poirier, explains how the “audacity” of the Parisian fire brigade helped save #NotreDameDeParis.

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