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it's saturday, june 8th, good morning and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with the first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> here's live doppler 7 and it is clear, but boy, the winds are fierce in the upper elevations right now, red flag warning in effect above 1,000 feet. this is for the weekend with soaring temperatures and heat advisories right on through tomorrow where numbers will climb to the triple digits in our inland and east bay. there's the flag. san francisco doesn't look too bad and we're looking at temperatures in the upper 60s and upper 50s and i unths,check out the current win gusts. mount tam, 71 mile an hour wind
gust to the north and sonoma near 49 miles an hour. these wins are outrageous and over the east bay hishllls, 35 miles an hour wind gusts and temperatures will be climbing and the breezy winds tonight which will last for another 24 hours and a big warm-up through the 2:00 hour and we are well into the 80s. chris? >> lisa, thank you. happening now, high fire danger across the north bay is prompting red flag warnings this weekend. these grass fires in cordelia and moraga are a very bad sign. the danger is so high that pg and e proactively turned out power in some communities. parts of napa and lake berryessa went dark. sections of suisun city and in yolo county, parts davis and winter is also impacted. abc 7's liz kreutz has more. >> reporter: evacuations have been lifted in the grass fire that burned near the c
residents bega rur their homes, so does the north bay's fire season. >> this is our first red flag warning here locally in sonoma county. >> in santa rosa where the sound of construction following the fires has become a new normal, a red flag warning is throughed weekend. >> it still serves as a reminder of residents of what's to come this season. >> the santa rosa fire department says they're not staffing up yet, but are taking other precautions. >> we moved our engine into another part of the city to preposition it. >> they're bracing for higher fire danger and pg&e is, too. the utility company says starting 6:00 a.m. saturday they will shut off power to should customers in parts of napa, solano and yolo counties. >> because we've seen increased weather, and we are shutting it off as a precaution for wildfire threats. >> the planned outages
other concerns. claire weinkauh of picayune cellars. >> i live here and on the one hand you do appreciate the caution, but on the business point of view it's very scary and nerve-racking because if we don't have power, you know, none of the equipment work and we cannot really do any business. >> and we should mention that calistoga is not part of the area of napa county that will see its power turned off today, but pg&e is considering turning off power to other counties across california including butte county and specifically paradise which is still recovering from the camp fire last year. in calistoga, liz kreutz, abc 7 news. >> so are you prepared in case pg&e cuts power during high wind and power danger? go to abc 7 news.com for a complete guide to what you should do before, during and after. during a red flag warning and any time, really, trust the abc
7 news app to get you the latest information to keep you and your family safe. download it now and customize the forecast and alerts for the area where you live. now to developings east bay, there is a tentative deal to end the new haven teachers strike. the walkout lasted 14 days. the details. >> reporter: the strike is over for now. >> we were able to come out with a tentative agreement. >> but the road toward disagreement wasn' this teacher. i've barely seen my kids and family in the past 14 days and beyond. >> the agreement will provide teachers 3% with the scheduled pay increase going all of the way back to january 1, 2019, something teachers say was necessary to support their families. >> it's getting harder and harder to make a living in the bay area as a teacher and that's really what this fight was about was forcing the district to recognize that they have to make
us a priority. >> new haven unified school district teachers will also receive a 2.5% bonus for the 2018 and 2019 school year. >> what's your message to the school district after this 14 days. >> my message is simply has always been the same thing, the fact that we should be recognized and heard. >> the school district had a message for them. both teams put in almost 200 hours at the bargaining table and we are thrilled that the teachers will be back with the students where they want them to be. >> we have to have a ratification vote and that will happen on sunday. once -- pending ratification, teachers can be back in the classroom on monday. >> do you think that's going to happen? >> i think so, yes. >> retirees affected by the days of the strike can now earn those days back if they work over the summer. >> some parents are concerned about those seniors who are waiting for their grades and transcripts to move on to college. i spoke to several teachers who
told us they're ready to help them on monday if this gets ratified on sunday. in hayward, luz pena, abc 7 news. well, it might have been the the last game at oracle arena. the warriors face an ll climber thompson and levon returneder. toronto leads the series 3-1. >> it sounds cliche and for us, that's literally the only way we're going to get back in the series is give everything weave got for 48 minutes and everyone that steps foot on that floor in game five and everybody out there, you know, believe that we can get this done. >> we've been in this situation before against okc a few years ago and the whole idea was just win one game and see what happens and that's what we did. we won game five and we won game six and won game seven. we'll win one and we'll bid on
that, you know? but i've been on the wrong side of 3-1 before, so, why want make our own history? >> final score, 105-92. it remains unclear if kevin durant will be able to return to the court for game five. it was a mostly somber scene as warriors scene trudged out of oracle after the game. fans leaving the arena were much less optimistic in comparison to fans after game three. some were taking pictures in front of oracle just in case that was the last game there. some still have hope that golden state can pull out three more wins. >> we're just so disappointedey. they look tired, but you know, with more defense and stuff, you know, but pretty good. >> we've been the best team in the last two years. we're a great row team. >> abc 7 is the only place to watch the warriors and the nba finals and game five do or die
is, abc 7 news anchor dion lim will be reporting in arena and followed by the dubs on 7 pregame show at 5:00 and nba countdown at 5:30 and game 5 of the nba finals is at 6:00 p.m. followed by after the game with sports director larry beil. time now is 8:08 on this saturday morning and lisa argen tracking the accuweather forecast for us and you've been monitoring the wind conditions and high fire danger andaj concern. >> relative humidity already dropping to the 20% range in the upper elevations. this time in the morning we should be at 80% and 90% and th today and you can see the camera shaking and 66 in concord and san ramon, 67 and 68 in livermore, low to mid-90s and stay tuned, my accuweather forecast is next. >> we'll see you soon.
thank you. >> also, had ahead, president trump announces a deal with mexico. why he says tariffs are now off the table. plus, the golden good-bye. meet the people who made it be the home of the warriors. >> dub nation, ride up. >> rise up, dub nation. let me hear you, dub nation. >> the warriors on abc 7. >> abc 7. >> abc 7. >> see the dubs on 7. ♪ great minds shop alike? yes, yes, yes ,yes, yes... yes.
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tax on american goods are, quote,definitely suspended. they, merged with a deal after three day of frantic negotiations. mexico agreeing to a show of force sending 6,000 troops to its southern border with guatemala. >> mexico will take unprecedented steps to increase enforcement to curb migration. >> the mexican government vowing to crack down on human trafficking and smuggling networks. >> those crossing the u.s. southern border to seek asylum will be rapidly returned to mexico where they may await the adjudication of their asylum claims. >> the president faced opposition from his own party. >> well, there is not much support in my conference for tariffs, that's for sure. >> trump threatened to increase the tariffs every month by 5% until they reached 25% or until mexico took steps to curb the flow of migrants. both democrats and republicans
would fear u.s. consumers would bear the brunt of the cause. tara palmieri, abc news, the white house. house speaker nancy pelosi released a statement in response to the trump administration's threats to mexico. >> we are deeply disappointed by the administration's expansion of the failed remain in mexico pile see which violates the rights of asylum seekers under u.s. law and fails to see the root causes of central american migration. >> u.s. embassies around the world are not allowed to the fly the rainbow pride flag. the trump administration has denied requests from several embassies to fly the flag. it must ask permission to fly anything other than the american flag. >> among the u.s. missions overseas that were denied, brazil, germany, israel and latvia. pride flags can be displayed elsewhere on the grounds, but not the official flag pole. >> in the north bay, santa rosa police have arrested a teenager
in connection with the shooting that injured four people including a 10-year-old boy at jacobs park wednesday night. they say the 17-year-old suspect started shooting after yelling gang challenges at a group of people. two other suspects were arrested. all of the shooting victims are expected to recover. in the east bay, a massive swastika installed in the front yard of an el sobrante home. sky 7 rode over the home yesterday evening. you can see tarps covering the symbol. he said the symbol was a tibet an peace sign and not one of nazi germany during world war ii. his neighbors disagreed calling the swastika hateful and offensive. a brand of baby formula distributed exclusively in the bay area is the subject of an fda recall. the administration warns anyone who has bobbie baby infant formula in their homes to stop using it. the fda says the milk-based
formula does not provide adequate nutrients for growing babies and the product lacks proper labeling. bobbie baby is imported from germany. >> athletes with down syndrome are showing off their stuff at the 49ers' annual football camp for the stars. today is the last day of the camp. abc 7 news community journalist dustin dorsey has the story now from san jose. ♪ >> this football camp, this is my start. i come back and this game i am the leader! >> football, we're stars. >> the genuine football camp and authentic football camp for athletes with down syndrome. they love the opportunity to show their stuff, to be able to be the guy on the field instead of the guy on the side line and the one being cheered for instead of the guy who is cheering for. >> there you go!
>> best thing about football is knowing everyone here and learning how to play football. [ indiscernible ] [ cheering ] >> i'm suggesting that he get some of these kids on the radar because they've got good measurables, right? they love football and i think they have great potential and i think some ought to be 49ers and we have 49ers here. >> it's important for kids to ha sometngo be psionate about, and everyone here loves the game and really enjoys it, like, everyone here is running around and having fun anders an is an asset for you to be able to get to know someone like this. it's not something you should be afraid of. you will find it's far more a blessing than it would be anything else. >> on three, stars! one, two, three, stars! [ cheering ] >> time now 8:17 on this
saturday morning and meteorologist lisa argen tracking the forecast and lisa, as you've been telling us, it's not all fun and games this weekend. >> oh, no. elevated fire danger and here's live doppler 7 where you can see the fog is non-existent, just patchy offshore and the view from sutro she shows a nice, sunny san francisco and 68 degrees downtown and mountain view, upper 60s and 60 in morgan hill and it was 46 this morning, half moon bay and look how much that has jumped, up to 57 and here's the view. you can see the coast here. this is sutro zoomed in here and it's a nice day in the 70s in our beaches and 64 santa rosa and napa has been in the 60s all night long and the winds have been gusting to 33 miles an hour and so those northerly winds and mixing up the atmosphere and
petaluma 32, and 32 mile an hour wind gusts and 69 and upper 60s livermore and it is warm and looking at the winds gusting and this is right, you checked it and 71 miles an hour, mount tam and 53 miles an hour up at about 2,000 feet and 2,024 feet and sonoma county and mount diablo and so the winds are definitely out of control this morning. they will be subsiding throughout the day and then gusting again tonight and still the upper elevations will be quite breezy throughout the afternoon and it is 46 in lake tahoe. 64 for a high today and we're in the 80s sunday, monday and tuesday in the mountains. so elevated fire danger, warmer than average. records are likely, and the temperatures are soaring and the peak heat is on monday and it will be 90s tomorrow over into the east bay and upper 90s in the valleys and san francisco, easily in the 80s. we could hit 90 in the city on monday and the beaches will be quite warm because this is an
offshore event where that sea breeze will be cut off. >> we still have a weak sea breeze today. on tuesday the sea breeze is back and you are still baking in the inland valleys and 81 in santa cruz. elsewhere, half moon bay, ocean beach and a very weak, onshore component if you're right at the coast. so as we go through the afternoon, here are the upper elevation winds. you can see the colors are creating the wind gusts to the north, but as we go through the later afternoon it's gentler around the bay, but let's get into the evening and there's the dark colors after sunset and those begin to gust. 93 today and 94 tomorrow and low 90s on tuesday. the rest of the bay for 82 in richmond and 88 in vallejo, 84 palo atto and the s, 80s and 90s.
tomorrow we'll be even warmer with five to ten degrees increase in temperatures and monday we add to that. the gusty winds are always a concern and this time of year in june it's just too bad that we're starting off with our first heat wave and the high fire danger. a little unusual. >> it's been a while since i heard 70s wind gusts. >> and we had rain in may and it is a roller coaster. >> lisa, thank you. >> just ahead. a south bay deputy showing that you this is you shopping. and this is you maximizing at t.j.maxx. you shopping, you maximizing. you shopping,
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a south bay deputy is recovering from a rattlesnake bite and the uns dent serves as a warning for all of us. >> in santa clara county a sheriff's deputy is recovering this week after being bitten by a rattlesnake. it happened on thursday east of mount hamilton as a marijuana eradication team was scouring the area for signs of illegal activity. rattlesnakes are widespread in california and can be found in a wide variety of habitat. so it's a good remind tore boer look and listen if you're hike the >> if eer on stay still. >> if you don't startle them and give them every opportunity to leave they will. >> san jose park ranger pam helmke says to avoid tall weeds and grass where snakes may hide during the day. >> don't try to pick it up. they're more afraid of you than you are of them. to them you're a much larger predator. >> they try to raise their body
temps by banking in the sun. some residents enjoy the sightings. >> someone who was behind me on a bike pointed it out and we went back and took pictures of it and yeah, it was fun. it was exciting. >> chad krueger of norcal wild life removal has responded to dozens of calls in recent months. >> if you're not equipped and you don't have snake boots and have gloves that are kevlar and i would stay as far away as possible. they caught this one at a home in the north bay. >> as long as you respect their territory, they're not an aggressive snake and they don't go out of their way to bite people. >> the potential for rattlesnakes is here for the time being. >> don't forget, snakes are an important part of the ecosystem as they try to control rodent population which can carry disease. >> a happy reunion between a baby and a santa clara county deputy and how dangerous heat can be. they were all smiles yesterday and it was a different story on tuesday.
deputy jennifer galen had to have a woman with getting her 4 month old baby out of the car in san jose. the mom had locked the keys in the car with little oscar. they smashed the passenger side wind owe to save baby. this is a reminder, it is never safe to leave a child alone in the car. the nhtsa says in ten minutes the temperature can increae 20 degrees. still to come on abc 7 mornings. a sneak peek at a mural honoring the life of an east bay man whose death sparked international outrage over police shootings. also the end of an era, meet the people who hel
good morning, and thanks so much for being with us. i'm chris newen. we're looking ahead to a very warm day across the bay area. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the conditions where you live. >> hi, chris. the relative humidity is decreasing already. we should ee 80, 90%, and 67 is the relative humidity in fremont. so the winds are drying out the atmosphere and we see wind gusts from 50 to 70 mielsz an hour and we're looking at heat advisories as the temperatures build from 95 to 100 degrees and warmer
than that on monday. in the 80s to near-90 in san francisco, but today, it looks more from walnut creek and 68 in the city and it's 70 in oakland with 57 at the beach and 65 in san jossy and from the east bay hills camera, the wind gusts are up to 48 miles an hour around the diablo range and they're particularly strong and that's why we have the offshore flow and the elevated fire danger throughout the weekend and the red flag warning and here's a look at current wind conditions and 1,000 to 2,000 feet and they should subside throughout the afternoon and temperatures will peak on monday. chris? >> lisa, thank you. >> pg&e's top leader secretly toured the wildfire devastated community of paradise. the chronicle reports it was visited by william alsop so they can witness the damage in person. the judge is overseeing the company's probation and was part of the tour.
pg&e is faulted for starting the fire. as you'll recall, 85 people died in that disaster. time now is 8:31. abc 7 news is committed to building a better bay area and one of the region's biggest and most highly anticipated transportation projects is on track to open before the end of the year. we are talking about bart's extension which for the first time ever will bring bart to san jose. the valley transportation authority has given control of the ten-mile extension and two stations in milpitas. bart will spend the next six months testing trains with service expected to begin in december. it's been a monumental effort to get to this point. >> we built roadways as part of the station areas and we did lots of environmental litigations. so it's a large effort that's more than a station and some tracks. >> phase two will bring terminal at the santa clara cal trains station. >> you can share them by joining our better bay area group on
facebook. >> it's been more than ten years since oscar grant died on the platform at the fruitvalley bart station. a new mural honoring his life and legacy will be unveiled. >> leslie brinkley gives us a look at this eye-catching art and introduces us to the man who painted it. >> a blazing wave of blue, and it's oscar grant's favorite color, framed in gold set against the oakland sky line. oscar grant died here at the hands of a bart police officer ten years ago and now the dove ascends from the platform and the cosmos. >> people are already pausing to take pictures and find inspiration in it. the official unveiling is saturday at noon. the street in front of the station will also be imnahhed oscar grant way. >> it's an iconography of this
agency coming to terms with the brutal murder of oscar grant and its collaboration with his family and community. >> this mural is the first long-term project under bart's art in trapsinsit program they d a local muralist to paint on this highly uneven exterior concrete wall and it was a really tough job. >> not as tough as facing police terrorism. >> reefa one put his heart and soul into the project. >> i hope the mural soaps up more dialogue and action to end the chal thinkes we face as the black community. >> i also hope that it brings a sense of peace and joy to the family, and i hope it helps to transform the visual landscape it our growth and
self-determination and liberation. >> i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. >> after 47 seasons the warriors will lead the alameda county arena ending an era with the good-bye and the oracle arena will always be remembered for building the warriors into the team they are today. eric thomas is hosting a special about the fans and workers who made the arena the home of the golden state warriors. >> they're going to leave you open, make them pay. >> few people who work in the arena know the players today better than curtis jones. he stands at the tunnel when the team takes to the court. he's also the guy who tosses the ball to steph curry for the three-point tunnel shot before every home game. steph and i are warming one day and he was shooting these deep shots from the corner and from the tunnel. so we just got into a conversation about it and we opened a rapport or whatever and
then he just started throwing me the ball and i started passing the ball and we went from there. >> he says the warriors star is a role model and the essence of what it means to be a golden state he's a really grounded, down to earth person and you can tell that he has great values and morals and you can tell that he's really a passionate person because there are times when they get a certain amount of time to warm up and then he has a certain amount of time to sign autographs and then sometimes some kids would come that wasn't in a position to get autographs and you know, steph will look over and he'll give me a nod so i'll send a child down or whatever. >> curtis has worked at the coliseum for 25 years.
it's his job to keep players and fans safe and ensure that everyone has a memorable time regardless of where they're sitting. >> everybody is the same. if this guy right here had, say, had $10 million and maybe it might took you four or five months to save your money up to come to a game, he's not more important than you are, know? i'm going to accept you for who you are and make sure you're happy at that particular time and make sure that you have a great experience. >> kurt scurtis is hoping to fo the warriors to the chase center. >> i've been here when they were good and when they were bad. mildrid traylor is 84 and a die hard warriors fan and she's been a fixture in the oakland arena for 22 years. mildred says the warriors fans hold a special place in her heart. >> the warriors have something that you can't copy because it's in here.
it's the heart of the team that you can't copy that. >> she says many people have been coming so long that workers and fans together have grown old together, had children together and celebrated victories together. >> this place has a history of family to me because people have been around each other so long, season ticket holders for years and they've seen kids grow up. they've seen them bring their family in. the people that work here, we have a lot of people that's been here longer than i have, sh retirg. >> and i'm going to miss the, you know, coming out here and watching the game. i'm not supposed to watch the game and being in the environment is what i mean because i watch the game after i get home at night. >> that was eric thomas reporting.
you can watch 47 seasons, a golden good-bye on all abc platforms including amazon fire. time is 8:38 on this saturday. still ahead on abc 7 morning, a museum for instagram fans where you can get ultimate pics coming up, but first a live look outside from our camera showing interstate 280 or this is from our camera in that area right now. you can see the haze over the city right now. we'll get a check of the full accuweather report from
in effect in downtown san rafael for construction on the large train extension to the larksberg ferry terminal. third street is closed between temple pius avenue and hamilton street until monday. sky 7 looks at the area impacted. the san rafael train station will be closed and shuttle busses will take smart riders between marin civic center and san rafael all weekend long and speaking of the north bay, you've been tracking the wind out there and this high-fire danger in effect. >> red flag warning and we're looking at tempertures 10 to 15 degrees above average today and above yesterday's roadings and here is a view from sutro where it is shaking a bit and it is 65 already in san francisco, 67 in oakland and 72 in vallejo. so those northerly winds certainly warming up the air and
drying out the atmosphere and i'll tell you how long the heat will last and the winds will subside next. >> an unfamiliar spot for the warriors after dropping game four with the raptors and larry beil has after qualifying purchases when you apply and are approved for the hawaiian airlines world elite mastercard.
morning the as play a doubleheader against the rangers at globe life park. this afternoon the giants battle the dodgers, first pitch at oracle park is at 4:15 and the as and rangers play the second game of their doubleheader at 6:05. the warriors will fly back to toronto today ahead of game five. last night the dubs dropped game four at oracle arena and need a win on monday to keep their three-peat hopes alive and here's larry beil with this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. larry biel at oracle arena where th the orioles are on the bring of elimination after losing 105-92 and the raptors have a commanding 3-1 series lead. klay thompson returned for goood and so did the warriors building a double digit lead in the first half with 14 points and led the warriors early on and you couldn't tell any signs of the hamstring injury and the assist
to draymond green and he was back from his rib injury up to steph, missed and he had half at halftime are time and clay another bucket and the warriors were up by four at the half and kawhi leonard was unreal in the third quarter as he gives the raptors their first lead with the three. sergio baca, huge in this game and first the block with alfonso mckinney and albaca will gain th the raptors took a stranglehold on this game and they win 105-92 and lead this series, 3-1. >> it sounds cliche and for us that's literally the only way we're going to get back in the series is give everything we've got for 48 minutes and everybody that steps foot on that floor in game five and everybody out there believe that we can get
this done. >> we've been in this situation before against okc a few years ago and the whole idea was win one game and see what happens and that's what we did and we won game five and we won game six and won game seven. >> we win one and we'll build on that, you know? but i've been on the wrong side of 3-1 before. so why not make our own history? >> we'll see. on to baseball. giants and dodgers, bruce bocce honored pre-game as the 1,000th win, and brandon kershaw and the soft grounder and evan longoria safe at the plate and that holds up, 2-1, giant, the final and how about the as and rangers in tks tex and the 2-2 game in the sixth inning and it's hunter pence with his 13th homer of the year with brett anderson as the rangers take the lead and hunter
pence rejuvenated in texas and tied 3-3 in the ninth and marcus simeon with his second homer of the night and he makes it 5-3 and the as win by that score and that's a wrap on morning sports from oracle and we'll see if the warriors can get kevin durant for game five and maybe extend the season. game five will be monday night i'm larry beil. >> let's get a check now of the bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> it's been a nice morning until the winds started gusting and we do have a red flag warning and elevated temperatures 15 degrees above yesterday where you should be and let's take a look at antioch for the next several days where we're looking at temperatures in the 90s and 96 tomorrow and 105 on monday and still quite warm on tuesday with temperatures dropping off into the middle of next week, but boy, it looks
gorgeous at the beach and how about 81 in santa cruz and the fog, no, we're not going to see it for quite some time. this is san jose, 89 for your high today and it's 69 in san francisco and 68 in mountain view and low 60s, morgan hill and 59 half moon bay and perhaps some low-level wind shear for the flights as they take off with the gusty wind at times and the gusty winds are in the higher elevations and it will be breezy around the bay, but take off and landing could be a little difficult today. 64 in santa rosa as well as and relative humidity down to critical levels as we look at the wind gusts and mount tam still at over a 70 mile an hour wind gust and over 53 miles an hour and that's brought the relative humidity down to 20%
and you can see mount diablo in the east bay gusting to near 30 to 40 miles an hour and right now 29% relative humidity. in san francisco we should see at least 70 or 80% and you can see it higher along the coast and 27% in napa where the winds have been blowing all night long and pretty calm in the city and it will be warming up quickly and we'll look for the elevated fire danger through monday and the temperatures will peak on monday and the winds will subside and the warmest we've seen here in perhaps sheline d89 in santa clara, ci 87 in mountain view with 78 downtown and that's 11 degrees warmer than yesterday and 86 for 5:00 this afternoon as the highs c of a on and it feels like a typical summer day, right? with about 83 in oakland and 86
in union city and head inland and we've got the low 90s and nothing typical about tomorrow and tonight the winds will be quite gusty and that's the concern. they're gusty now and the air will be so much hotter and so much dryer throughout the overnight hours tonight and sunday night. the accuweather seven-day forecast and 70s, 80s and 90s and the soaring temperatures on sunday and toasty and hot or monday and some of you cool off late monday into tuesday. >> a good remind tore not only keep the sunscreen and water on stand by. >> instagramers rejoice, the museum of illusions and los angeles is camera ready. it has 3d experiences that are inspired by cartoon, vents and much more. >> i need the perfect instagram photo. the fact that you literally stand, take the photo and get
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