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07:55  07 may  2019
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Six French firemen from the 'Heroes of Notre Dame ' brigade have been accused of gang - raping a tourist at a Paris fire station. The crimes are said to have taken place at the Plaisance fire station, which is less than three miles from Notre Dame . Paris firefighters are all in the military, meaning they

Notre Dame firefighters accused of gang rape© Video: Reuters; Image: AAP Photos/Nathan Laine The Paris Fire Brigade were hailed as heroes for their response to the Notre Dame fire on April 15. Six firefighters allegedly raped a woman on Saturday (local time).

Six Paris firefighters, hailed as heroes for their actions in the Notre Dame fire last month, are now in police custody for the alleged gang rape of a young woman.

Six suspects were reportedly arrested over the weekend and faced a Paris judge on Monday (local time). They are under investigation for the gang rape of a 20-year-old Scandinavian student. The judge has officially launched a criminal inquiry.

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A similar incident was widely reported three months ago, after two police officers from an elite Paris crime squad were put behind bars for seven years for raping a Canadian woman who was visiting the French capital in 2014.

The firefighters , who were not on duty at the time, allegedly brought “at least” three women, according to reports, back to their Plaisance fire station in the city’s The Paris prosecutor’s office has confirmed that an official inquiry has been opened for “viol en reunion” ( gang rape ), but has not released details.

The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was allegedly raped at Plaisance fire station by the off-duty firemen.

She claims she agreed to consensual sex with a fireman she met at a bar last Friday night (local time), but was attacked by his colleagues after arriving at their south Paris quarters. The suspects had reportedly been drinking heavily the night of the incident.

The young tourist reported her ordeal to prosecutors following the attack.

The firefighter the victim originally met is reportedly not a suspect in the investigation.

The names of the six alleged rapists have not been released, although they are confirmed to be aged between 25 and 35. The suspects face charges of rape and "failing to report a crime".

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PARIS (AP) - Six Paris firefighters are facing charges in an investigation into an alleged gang rape in a city firehouse. French newspaper Le Parisien reported that the woman told police she had consensual sex with one firefighter but then was raped by several others.

A source said other women had been taken back to the station on the night of the attack.

The Paris Fire Brigade were hailed as heroes for saving the iconic Notre Dame from being completely destroyed in a fire on April 15.

French President Emmanuel Macron honoured 500 of the firefighters atthe Elysee Palace, announcing they would all be the recipients of gold medals.

Unlike other French firefighters, those who serve the Paris Fire Brigade are deemed professional members of the French military.

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