Listen: Notre Dame Cathedral, Emmanuel Macron And CBS discussed on Sports To The Max with Mike Max
"After a catastrophic fire destroyed parts of the Notre Dame cathedral, thousands of Parisians and tourists prayed on the streets for the future of the twelfth century landmark, not just building is the visiting hardest Harrison sing it like been heart on the medical table. It's it's ho- breaking French president Emmanuel Macron addressed the nation and said he wants to see the cathedral rebuilt within five years. We hear them through an interpreter. What we have to do. Now. Is a great deal, and we will and we will succeed if long live the Republic and long live France CBS's, Elaine Cobb reports some firefighters fought the flames others acted quickly to save priceless artifacts. Firefighters police stuff at the casino formed a human chain to ferry out as much as they possibly could anything they could get their hands on. And in fact, the chaplain for the fire fighters was among those who was going in getting chalices. Of course, the blessed sacrament taken out immediately. And they got out a lot of the artworks the religious artifacts. The French news agency says six hundred sixty five million dollars already been pledged to help rebuild the cathedral, much more from Paris tonight. CBS evening news, two days until attorney general William ball releases a redacted version of special counsel, Robert Muller's report. Correspondent Paula Reed says the president's legal team. Isn't waiting."