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hundreds poured into the streets of Paris Tuesday paying tribute to the city's iconic Notre Dame cathedral a day after a devastating please tore through the nearly nine hundred year old landmark good luck , earlier French president Emmanuel macron delivered a hopeful message telling her revisions and a primetime speech Tuesday he was committed to rebuilding in five years time this is ninety six well I think folks I'm telling you this tonight with force and we are people of builders we have so much to rebuild so yes we will rebuild Notre don , even more beautiful to get that on the and I want this to be done within five years because that's what the Chevy DC sunken me the gothic cathedral spire was completely consumed by flames and its roof got it but the bell towers are still standing the structure remains in lockdown as police search for clues on walk went wrong the investigations are under way there was construction work someone never to believe they are questions the best phone calls on this fire are not known for the moment , four hundred Feynman worked to contain the blaze which took fourteen hours to put out at one point five fighters policemen and municipal workers formed a human chain to remove the artwork and artifacts housed in the cathedral including this centuries old crown of thorns made from reads in gold and the tunic believed to have been worn by Saint Louis a thirteenth century king of France the treasures will now be transferred to the nearby Louvre museum , meanwhile the mood in Paris was a combination of sadness and a whole bunch of it I want to cry it's devastating when I saw the disaster unfolding live on television last night I was completely overwhelmed as the city and the country grieved for a national symbol billionaires companies and local authorities were quick to offer donations some twenty four hours after the fire started more than eight hundred and forty five million have been pledged much of it donated by the three well the French families that own giant luxury goods empires caring LVMH and Lori L.