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"Minutes where we would have been actually. I was texting friends. Five minutes later. They're saying. What he says they all have been staring at their iphones now in the final pictures that they snapped. Glenn shock ten ten wins. News. Can you imagine being a kid? Hey, mom, look at these great pictures of Notre Dom the cathedral imam. Going look at the big jobs on TV turn around and watch. While meantime, through an interpreter French president Manuel Macron addressing addressing his country and the world today saying while sadness reveals over the damage to the cathedral France will rebuild and he says he hopes to present a rebirth of the gothic church within five years. Does. Materially spiritually. Live in spite of watch is fragile now. Investigators still pouring through the ashes trying to determine what led to the fire construction crews were engaged in heavy restoration project. Nothing definitive, but they're wondering if a worker might have ignited that fire. Meantime, as of sundown the four hundred eight foot spire down at one world trade will light up in the colors of France. Looking over my shoulder back until I got a building block of me. Anyway. Governor Cuomo today directed that in solidarity with the people of France and the Catholic community in the wake of the Notre down fire Romo says our hearts ached as we watched that devastating fire ravaged one of the world's most secretary and celebrated religious monuments in New Jersey of Edessa and hit by a car today while walking on the sidewalk in Hoboken. Investigators say car jumped the curb at first and Hudson street, drove along the sidewalk and hit the victim is apple speeding away from the scene of a Fender bender a few blocks away the driver arrested shortwhile later after crashing into a building the injuries. Are being described tonight as serious a call on some retailers that New York City's newest high end mall to make reforms to a controversial visa program. The public advocate is calling out. Hudson yards for what he calls business practices geared for the wealthy at the expense of low income New Yorkers because Cinderella sweet greens behind me and others."