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Notre Dame construction resumes with anti-contamination measures(1/4)

2019-08-20 09:13:06 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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Construction resumed at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris on Monday, weeks after authorities had shut the site down over worries about lead contamination linked to the fire in April. The work restarted with stricter decontamination measures in place, but amid concerns that authorities still weren’t doing enough to contain the blaze’s toxic fallout. Over 400 tons of lead roofing burned in the fire, releasing a cloud of lead particles into the air. (Photo:China News Service/Li Yang)

Construction resumed at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris on Monday, weeks after authorities had shut the site down over worries about lead contamination linked to the fire in April. The work restarted with stricter decontamination measures in place, but amid concerns that authorities still weren’t doing enough to contain the blaze’s toxic fallout. Over 400 tons of lead roofing burned in the fire, releasing a cloud of lead particles into the air. (Photo:China News Service/Li Yang)

Construction resumed at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris on Monday, weeks after authorities had shut the site down over worries about lead contamination linked to the fire in April. The work restarted with stricter decontamination measures in place, but amid concerns that authorities still weren’t doing enough to contain the blaze’s toxic fallout. Over 400 tons of lead roofing burned in the fire, releasing a cloud of lead particles into the air. (Photo:China News Service/Li Yang)

Construction resumed at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris on Monday, weeks after authorities had shut the site down over worries about lead contamination linked to the fire in April. The work restarted with stricter decontamination measures in place, but amid concerns that authorities still weren’t doing enough to contain the blaze’s toxic fallout. Over 400 tons of lead roofing burned in the fire, releasing a cloud of lead particles into the air. (Photo:China News Service/Li Yang)

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