Everything that had to go wrong for Notre-Dame Cathedral to burn down so fast

France’s Notre-Dame Cathedral caught fire on Monday in a deadly inferno. While it remains unclear how exactly the building caught fire, various components of the building’s structure — like its wooden roof and flammable limestone — could have contributed to the flames. Before Monday’s deadly blaze, the cathedral had been undergoing significant renovations, to help restore the 12th century building.  Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more.

France’s renowned Notre-Dame Cathedral caught fire on Monday in a deadly inferno that has shocked the world and left people on the ground scrambling to salvage the artwork stored inside.

It remains unclear how exactly

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