The world was rocked earlier this week when the news broke that Notre Dame Cathedral had caught fire, and although the flames have since been extinguished, the historic landmark has been left extensively damaged by the blaze.
The French judicial police official, who spoke anonymously about the investigation, seemed to confirm the prevailing theory that the inferno that toppled the Gothic masterpiece's spire and reduced its centuries-old roof to cinders was not intentionally caused.
The official said investigators still do not have the green light to work in the cathedral and search in the rubble for safety reasons.
French President Emmanuel Macron thanked firefighters and security forces during a tribute ceremony at the presidential Elysee Palace on Thursday.
"It is with pride I tell you tonight we will rebuild this cathedral ... we will rebuild Notre Dame because it is what the French expect of us, it is what our history deserves, it is, in the deepest sense, our destiny".
"We've seen before our eyes the right things perfectly organized in a few moments, with responsibility, courage, solidarity and a meticulous organization", Macron said.
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"The worst has been avoided."
Investigators so far believe the fire was accidental, and are questioning both cathedral staff and workers who were carrying out renovations. "We will make it even more handsome than before", Macron said.
The Archbishop of Paris, Monseigneur Aupetit, said, "I want to thank his majesty the King of Morocco for the contribution".
"We will mobilize ourselves for this experience. We now have to act, and we will act, and we will succeed". "The Cathedral has served as a spiritual home for nearly a millennium, and we are saddened to witness the damage to this architectural masterpiece", Sanders said.
The cathedral's lead roof and its soaring spire were destroyed, but Notre Dame's iconic bell towers, rose windows, organ and precious artworks were saved. The cardinal underscored that France is economically "self-sufficient" and that the entrance fee to visit Notre Dame was intended "as a fund for eventual situations and restorations". On Thursday, Paris police revealed that the blaze was "likely caused" by an electrical short-circuit.