In the fire of Notre Dame, how much lead was there?

There were 460 tons of lead tiles covering the cathedral’s roof and spire, all of which melted, and tiny particles of some of that lead mixed with the plume of smoke that drifted over Paris. The lead-laced dust settled on buildings, squares, parks, and plazas. It also is likely to have made its way through open windows, air-conditioning ducts and other building ventilation systems.

https://aleteia.org/2019/09/15/notre-dames-460-tons-of-lead-melted-in-the-fire-pose-health-hazard/

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