3D scans of Notre Dame could prove pivotal in its reconstruction
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3D scans of Notre Dame could prove pivotal in its reconstruction

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The priest in charge of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral says the landmark, nearly destroyed by Monday's fire, will be closed for five or six years. Twenty-first century technology will likely be pivotal in its reconstruction. Jericka Ducan reports.

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