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searching for the hit-and-run driver who left her in the middle of a philadelphia street. donald trump meets with one of his biggest critics mitt romeny about a job opportunity. off and running, philadelphia half marathon kicked off this morning. the weather perfect today, but not tomorrow. >> reporter: i would like to do a split screen tomorrow. today they are wearing shorts, i don't think they will be wearing shorts tomorrow. looking live over the ben franklin bridge. we have a beautiful day today. make outdoor plans and enjoy it. we have nothing but sunshine over the ben franklin bridge. it's cool in sports like 42 in quakertown. 42 in pottstown and coatsville. we jumped up to 52 in oxford. 51 in center city. the suburbs of new jersey, mostly in the upper 40s. 48 in hampton, 50 in woodbine, 46 in glassboro. 51 in dover, delaware.
satellite and radar bright sunshine, the clouds and rain trying to push closer, that will hit us later on this evening. 11:00 a.m., beautiful sunshine, 63. 69 degrees even at 3:00 p.m. we'll have bright sunshine, 71 for the high temperature. temperatures well above average today. by 5:00 p.m., the temperatures will come down a little bit. the clouds will fill in. some showers here or there. 7:00, showers, 49. the winds of change really kick in tonight and tomorrow. huge temperature drop even snow showers in the forecast for the poconos. that's coming up in a few minutes. >> this morning a family in overbrook are grieving the loss of an 8-year-old girl who was killed walk be home from school. the family is calling for justice as police look for the driver who hit her and kept driving. dann cuellar talked to witnesses. >> i'm afraid for her family, it's devastating. i was praying for them. i was hoping that should be okay. >> reporter: the reaction among
those in the 700 block of 63rd in the wake of the terrible tragedy. >> wow, that's a hurtful feeling, that's a hurtful situation. >> reporter: police say it was sometime after 3:15 p.m. that the 8-year-old was walking home from school with friends when she was struck by a driver traveling 63rd and landsdown. >> she was laying in the street. >> i saw the book bag, i figured it was a driver who was hit by a car. >> reporter: the witnesses say the driver failed to stop and render aid and sped off. two men tried to chase after him, but lost him. >> somebody ran and got the mother, she came she was hysterical and everything. >> reporter: the tragedy has rekindled long-running concerns. >> it's like a racetrack. that's exactly what it's like all day everyday. >> reporter: police were stopping and ticketing motorists
going too fast as residents asked motorists to have respect in the wake of the tragedy. >> if they were in their own neighborhoods, some of their children could fall victim to the same thing. it's a sad situation. >> reporter: police are making an intensive effort to locate the driver involved in the fatal hit-and-run. the front end will have significant damage. anyone with information call police. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> information to tell you about this morning, a woman was killed after her car slammed into a back of a big rig it happened in south jersey. this took place around 4:30 a.m. on the soshedz -- southbound side of 295 in cherry hill. rescue crews worked for half an hour to free the woman from the wreck and that you see here, but she was pronounced at the hospital. this morning a philadelphia police officer is recovering after being shot several times.
the officer was hit by bullets while shielding his 2-year-old son from gunfire. officer rahmir area was off dutt the time. there was a gun battle where he and his young son were standing in the 100 block of parish street. >> he was caught in the crossfire, he immediately covered his son, as any father would do. he was struck in the thumb and fragments in both legs and buttocks. >> police commissioner richard ross said the officer got his son to safety at a nearby relative's home. the shooter was not arrested. turning to politics, president-elect donald trump is back in new jersey, he is holding meetings today with potentially key members in his transition to the white house. trump will talk to mitt romeny who was as you know a very volunteer critic of the
president-elect. trump aids are deflecting reports that romney is being considered for secretary of state. they say there are a lot of people that he needs to get relationships with. now in march romney called trump a con man and a fraud and trumped fired back calling him a loser. coming up we'll look at how they compare on key policy. president-elect trump commented on a settlement of lawsuits related to trump university. he settled the lawsuits for the small fraction of the potential award because he has to focus on the company. 6,000 students filed two lawsuits in san diego will share $21 million and $4 million will settle a complaint filed by the new york attorney general under the terms. president-elect admits to no wrong doing. there's good news for septa
riders members of the authority's largest union agreed to the contract. nearly five thousand members of twu-local 234 will get pay and pension increases but have to contribute to healthcare. >> philadelphia marathon weekend is off and running. and there they go! the action cam was at 22nd and the benjamin franklin parkway there where the half marathon kicked off at 7 the big 26-mile an hour that happens tomorrow. it is a -- 26-miler, that happens tomorrow. it is a comfortable, spring-like day tomorrow. tomorrow, runners have to endure
winter-like temperatures. >> by boyfriend is running the full, my kids are running the fun run. we have our blankets and coats, so we're ready. the. >> the full marathon is at 7:00 a.m. for a list of road closures go to our website 6abc.com. happening today, the boy scouts are going door to door to collect food donations. you may remember they dropped off nearly a million empty bags to homes across the region last saturday. if you received one of those bags fill it with non-perishable food items and leave it outside your door this morning. the scouts will come around and collect donations today. itit is in collaboration with te 6abc dunkin' donuts food drive. don't forget about the dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade along the benjamin franklin parkway. coverage starts at 9:00 a.m. on
thanksgiving day right here on 6abc. we have everything you need to know about this at 6abc.com. there you can find about prizes you can win while watching the parade. you can look at the special guests. you will enjoy the biggest show on the benjamin franklin parkway. check out the parade map and parking information at 6abc.com. stay with us there's much more to come on "action news" for this saturday morning. clawed gentleman row shares a -- clawed a storm creates a complete standstill in the central part of the company. >> reporter: that's moving our way. tomorrow it is going to feel like 26 degrees. the winds will whip. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
oh, my goodness, winter is a month weaker but drivers in the midwest are feeling a winter-like punch there. this is never good to see, right? some cars and trucks got stuff in heavy snow. more than a foot hit the area. guess what that storm system, yup it's moving our way. well not get the snow, but get ready for a drop in the
temperatures. meteorologist karen rogers explains that. >> reporter: that wind you're talking about, we have a wind advisory that will go into effect tonight. get ready for the wind it's coming. storm tracker 6 live double scan around the area. we are dry to start us off. we get showers later on this evening. we'll be tracking them with storm tracker 6 live tonight. let's go outside and see what it looks like, what a beautiful shot. think of the shore this time of the year. but today today you may as well it's a beauty. temperatures well above average today. 51 degrees right now in philadelphia already. 48 in allentown. 46 in reading. 52 in millville. 54 in atlantic city if you're heading out right now. salt sat showing bright sunshine no weather worries for now, and then you can see the clouds the rain that's starting to pull in. you can see that out to the west, snow. it's all going to pull in our direction. this is a really powerful front. behind these temperatures are much different.
you'll feel a huge change with the strong winds, once again the front comes through this evening. you can see what happens and what it does to the temperatures. 1:00 p.m., nice temperatures throughout the day. we'll hit a high of 71 around 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. the clouds fill in later this evening, the showers come this evening, at 5:00 p.m. some of the showers especially in the northwest. later tonight you could even get snow showers in the poconos tonight and especially tomorrow. huge changes coming your way. at 5:30 p.m. future tracker showing how the the clouds move in. we're not talking about a lot of rain. showers here and there. we advance it to 730 -- 7:30 p.m., showers. up in the poconos it could changeover to wet snow. today and tomorrow, combined a coating to an inch. it indicates the big change
we're feeling. this system moves through. behind it, the wind whippings it will pull in the colder air and wrap around snow showers in the poconos. tomorrow is big change. windy gusts 40 to 45 miles per hour. windchills in the upper 20s in the afternoon the mid 30s. in the poconos a coating to an inch of snow. when the eagles are playing in seattle not great weather there, either. rainy and windy at kickoff. 54 degrees, in the 4th quarter, 52 degrees. we would be loving those temperatures here tomorrow. check out temperatures. beautiful sunshine 71 degrees, we get showers around 5:00 p.m. some that could change to snow showers in the poconos. tomorrow, windy and colder, 48 for the high. at best feeling like the 30s. it's mostly a dry day. with the whipping winds we're pulling off to the great lakes, you could get snowflakes in the northwest and in the poconos you could get snow showers tomorrow
especially late in the day. monday it's colder. 45 we're dry, the wind is hauling and 45. tuesday, mostly sunny, starting to feel better because the winds relax, 48 degrees. wednesday not as cold, 53. big travel day wednesday. we're dry during the day, looks like the showers come at night, they lead into thursday, that's thanksgiving our thanksgiving day parade at 6abc. it looks cloudy with the chance of a shower at any point. not heavy rain, not strong winds, just a chance for a shower and 54. always you're planning your wardrobe as i am for the thanksgiving day parade, make it waterproof. >> tomorrow, bundle up. 9:15 a.m., a grilled cheese sandwich helped to fulfill a dream come true for a boy in the area. jamie apody said he got to share it with the captain of the flyers and it began with a heartfelt letter. >> reporter: getting fan mail is nothing knew for flyers captain
claude giroux, but something about this letter written in crayon from seamus ethel was special. >> [inaudible]. i'm your biggest fan. >> seamus knew the way to giroux's heart, his best sandwich, grilled cheese. he invited him as his special guest. >> i was blown away. and we know the moment of a lifetime, a chance to meet and eat with his hero in the flyers locker room. >> here, buddy. >> reporter: what was it like to meet claude today?
>> good. >> reporter: seamus a man of few words a little star struck but made an impression on giroux. >> it hits you a little more, anytime we have a chance to meet a kid like that, it's fun. >> it's pretty awesome. there's no words to describe the appreciation. >> i think you'll always remember this for sure it's a big deal for him. >> reporter: what started with a simple letter from seamus ended with lunch and memories that will last a lifetime. jamie apody channel 6 "action news." >> temple football play back minutes away, but first "shelter me rescue of the week." >> i'm melissa magee and this is shea one of the animals saved by the west jersey volunteers for animals our "shelter me rescue of the week" winner this week, we'll introduce you to shea and some of other friends coming up next on "action news."
vice president president-elect mike pence heard from crimmics during -- critics during a night out on broadway. you hear it there, pence got booed in the audience of hamilton. the leader of the cast had a message for mike pence during the curtain call. >> we are a diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. pence was asked to work for all us. hamilton creator and former star supported hillary clinton. ♪ i had a man ♪ that's missing
>> that there is the unmistakable voice of soul singer sharon jones who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. she was surrounded by members of her band when she died at the hospital in new york yesterday. she was diagnosed back in 2013. she returned to the music scene in 2014 with an album that earned here a grammy nomination, sharon jones was 60 years old. britain's prince william has been speaking about the challenges of parenthood during a trip to vietnam this past week. he salt down with talk vietnam, an english language chat show. he said being a father has wonderful highs and wonderful lows. >> i struggle at times, the alter racing from being a -- alteration of being a single independent man and going into marriage and having children. it's life changing. >> it's a struggle or all of
us. >> the prince said having a daughter is new and die -- dine dynamic because he never had a daughter. he is in vietnam to highlight the damage done by illegal trade in wildlife. dual and draft kings are joining forces to become one company. they pledge to keep their commission fees and structures competitive and operate separately under their different brands through the 2017 season while their merger goes through the approval process.
as always we're glad you're waking up with us on saturday morning, 9:25 the time, 51 degrees, the sky6 live hd over the philadelphia international airport. do get out and enjoy this day, balls the cold is coming tomorrow. -- because the cold is coming tomorrow. eagles taking to the air for a showdown against the seahawks. they may want to focus on their running "game day kickoff" time. jordon matthews and zack either are questionable. >> we have to have the ability to run. we have to run this week. it takes a little pressure off your quarterback, number one. last week was great to see our offensive line took it to heart. our backs ran extremely hard and extremely well. we'll have to continue to do that going forward. >> we all will be watching. kickoff is at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow. the flyers face off against tampa this afternoon in philadelphia. villanova remains unbeaten in college hoops. the wildcats dismantled lake force 97-77. the planets align when kathy adopt a dog named neptune. >> reporter: when cath fostered neptune she had no idea he would be become the center of her universe. >> i take i am to passion and let him run. >> reporter: choosing to foster has changed their worpdz for the better. >> i have made several friends by taking him to an area where there are other dogs. >> kathy adopted neptune from west jersey volunteers for animals a year ago. >> we are so fortunate that kathy offered to foster him.
>> reporter: west jersey volunteers for animals is a foster based rescue. >> any place you can save a live is important. >> now they are trying to find a home for sadie, a one-year-old hound mix would love a home with another dog. >> she is a love bug. >> reporter: sammy is a jack russell mix who stands tall on three legs. >> she can do anything that four legged dogs can do. rocco is a shepherd mix that likes to play fetch. he is 8 years old and would enjoy a home with no kids. >> he just needs a chance. >> reporter: and this is shea, a 1 1/2-year-old pit mix she is super friendly and loves attention she is great on a leash and loves playing with her toys. if you're interested in shea or any of the animals you've met today visit the west jersey
>> new this morning, a deadly accident on the boulevard, a pedestrian was killed in the crash. also ahead a camden county police car catches fires as officers are returning from their shift. political odd couple, president-elect donald trump is in new jersey huddling with harsh critic mitt romeny. but first outside we go to meteorologist, karen rogers in for chris sowers. >> reporter: i'll be shedding this jacket in a couple of hours, sunshine up above and birds chirping, they have a nice song. 48 in allentown. 46 in reading. 52 in wilmington, 52 degrees in millville, trenton, 58 degrees in cape may. let's look at satellite and radar showing we're clear right now, nothing but sunshine in philadelphia. can you see that storm system, though, brewing out towards the west. it's a narrow band of precipitation, but it's a strong
front. and when it comes through, trillion show big changes for our weather. let's bring it to you hour by hour. 11:00 a.m., 63 degrees, nothing but sunshine, just gorgeous weather. at 1:00 p.m., the upper 60s. 69 degrees, warm and sunny today. temperatures well above average. we're at 71 at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. so definitely make some outdoor plans. things change quickly in the evening. at 5:00 p.m., 61 degrees, clouds fill in and we start to get showers. it doesn't look heavy, but showers coming your way. 7:00 p.m., 49 degrees, some showers. and maybe even snow showers in the poconos, certainly tomorrow, maybe even tonight. let's look at future tracker 6, at 5:30 p.m. showers and clouds, we advance this to 7:30 p.m. you can see the areas of green where we have showers. we could have snow showers in the poconos. high of 71 even in allentown it's just going to be rain today. watch for light snow in the
poconos coating to an inch of snow. tomorrow with the moisture, wrap around winds gusting up to 40 to 45 miles per hour. you could get a coating to an inch of snow in the poconos. here's a peek is at the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. today, 71. beautiful sunshine, showers tonight. tomorrow, windy and colder with the wrap around moisture coming off the great lakes we could get snow showers in the poconos getting a coating to an inch of snow. remember it will feel like the 20s and 30s tomorrow. monday, 45 feeling colder. 48 on tuesday, wednesday, 53. thanksgiving day cloudy with a chance of showers during the parade, gray, 54 for the high, thursday, thanksgiving day it will be in the 40s on the parade route. >> have the coats on standby. thank you so much. 9:32 more information to tell you about this morning, a man walking along the roosevelt boulevard was hit and killed when police say for some reason he stepped into the road.
we know this happened at 11:30 p.m. at bustleton and the boulevard in northeast philadelphia. medics rushed the 23-year-old man to the hospital where he was pronounced. there's no word of charges against the driver who police say stopped at the scene. new this morning, fire ripped through a camden county police car while officers were inside. look at the damage. the officers escaped with no injuries, thankfully. the officers were returning to the station at the end of their shift. the crews began smelling smoke. the officers called for help. the car is a total loss. police are searching for a driver who sped off after hitting and killing an 8-year-old girl walking home from school. this happened at 63rd and landsdown avenue in the overbrook section. witnesses say the little girl was thrown 90 feet. two men tried to chase after the
driver, but they lost him. police are looking for a gray or silver nissan ultima or maxima with severe damage to the front end. former republican presidential nominee mitt romeny is meeting with donald trump. it is said that donald trump is considering mitt romeny to be secretary of state. >> donald trump is a phone, a fraud. s promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. everyday throughout the election, mitt romeny showed contempt for donald trump and the presidential candidate returned the favor. >> the last election should have been won, except romney choked like a dog, he choked. he went i can't breathe. >> reporter: at the convention to crown the new gop nominee, the former pick was conspicuous
ly absent. >> trickle down racism and miss miss -- miss miss -- >> romney also pressed on. >> this is not a matter of policy. it's a matter of character and integrity. >> reporter: however, policy is part of it, especially foreign policy. >> the cold war has been over for 20 years. >> reporter: critics ridiculed romney in 2012 for worrying about russia. even after the land grab and moscow hacking computers. >> donald trump admires putin and called george w.bush a liar.
>> my party is pro legal immigration. >> reporter: on remaking international trade deals, romney said trump's plan would lose jobs and spur a new recession. >> you say wait wait wait, isn't he a huge business success, doesn't he know what's talking about? no he isn't and no he doesn't. >> reporter: trump heard romney's complaint. >> i backed him, you can see how loyal he is, he was begging for my endorsement. i could have said mitt drop to your knees, he would have dropped to his knees. >> these are personal, i love this country and seeing this is breaking my heart. >> we'll see what happens today this was abc's tom foreman with the report. barack obama is in pew to participate in the asia economic summit. president arrived in lima.
yesterday heads of 21 nations endorsed a report for free trade areas in the asia pacific it was ordered up at a summit in beijing. this is president obama's final stopover before he leaves office in january. new this morning, pope francis has officially elevated 17 arch bishop cardinals. that ceremony was held in vatican city this morning. three arch bishops from the united states received traditional red hats that includes arch bishops from chicago and dallas and indianapolis, arch bishop joseph to to tobin has been pointed to take over in newark, new jersey. runners took off from 22nd and the benjamin franklin parkway. there they go.
the kids' fun run takes off in a half-hour. rothman institute 8k run follows that. today is unseasonable warm weather. it will be a much different picture because it will be colder for tomorrow's full marathon tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. >> temple football play book is up next on "action news" saturday at 9:00. meteorologist karen rogers is in for chris sowers. she has another check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
♪ >> welcome to the latest edition of temple football playbook, i'm jamie apody with temple head coach, matt rhule. you had a bye week and now you're break and refreshed and not rusty. is it a challenge to keep the guys locked? >> it's a challenge to get them rebooted. they are rested and making sure sure they finish the semester back strong. you have to shock ourselves back into game week and the focus and urgency. >> sounds like your players got the message are locked in as well. >> it's time off, but not really time off. orderly guys were calling meeting and walk-throughs.
not too much of a actual edge, - not too much of a challenge, every individual is ready to play. >> now you look ahead to tulane this is a school that struggled, it's not a school to take lightly. >> they know how to run the football they are the number 27th rank defense in the country. normally those numbers would equate with a a lot of wins. it's senior night it is their last game at home and there are a bunch of seniors we expect to get their best game. >> the team talked about not overlooking a struggling tulane. >> we have to come out and play our best football, balls we'll get every team's best football. >> it's tulane, we have to focus on them.
>> you can't overlook any opponent. conference play, team is going to get up to play the best, no matter what that is for them or us. it will change the outlook of our team. i know they are looking forward to a great battle i'm sure they don't want to lose in front of their family and friends. they will come out and give us their best. >> if there's one theme it's running the football. if you run it well you win the game. >> it's the bases for everything we do. it sets up our passing by, yukon game. we were playing a third less defense than earlier in the year. everybody has done a great job how important is to run the football. >> you keep running the ball run might be the full back with blocking the way for everybody
and that's nick sharga and i caught up with him. when you think of temple football you think of nick sharga. >> he is a stud in the blocking game tonight. >> i heard him impact in practice, man that's crazy. >> big block sharga. >> just relent atlanticless. he is the team full's back, the key to the biggest weapon this season, the running game. >> it's a whole offensive deal, everybody does their part we make big plays, it's cool to know we have talented running backs. i do my part. >> reporter: his toughness doesn't come from football, but the big feeling.
>> feeling -- families. >> ten brothers and 2 sisters. for football and family just a piece of the sharga puzzle. i'm interested in playing guitar. i come in one day to do extra stretching he was in there playing his guitar. i was like, man, what you doing man. >> reporter: a renaissance man leading the way as temple looks for a conference championship. >> how important is to have a guy like sharga? >> he is unbelievably talented, he is tough and self atlanticlen other guys see a guy who is talented an does his job and gives his all, it encourage also them to do the same thing.
football play book, coach ruhle you got a break last week, coaches never take any down time, how did you spend your football saturday bye week? >> earlier in the week, obviously i came back in and worked on football, we went out recruiting and got a chance to tell all the coaches in the area about everything we are trying to get done. it was fun to get on the road. this past friday and saturday headed down to cape may and watched college football and got to work on sunday.
>> reporter: now, your players had time off, as well. they spent it giving back, morgan siegfried has that story. >> reporter: temple football arrived back to campus at 3:00 a.m. following their win over yukon. it cover the start of the bye week and much needed recovery. but instead they volunteered their time at the pennsylvania special olympics fall festival. [cheers and applause]. >> i think it's important to give back, know what it's like to have fans at their games. they like to have fans at their game. >> it's.to give back to the football community and athletic community. we've been walking around between soccer and bocci ball.
we're here at special olympic as perform their best. >> i think it's very important for us to put our face out in the community and this is the second year we've done this we actually i think 257 athletes here today, that's 100 more than last year, being here saturday to cheer on athletes it's great for us. [cheers and applause]. >> this is one of the most important things we do all year and they did of giving back to the community we look forward to give do it every chance we get. i've been a part of it for the past three or four years. this organization does an incredible job, it's important to get a good turnout of temple student athletes. it's great to see how excited they are. it's greater they -- it's greaty are playing so hard and hearing
their stories and how everybody works in the organization and how much it means to them and see how much time they put in. and for us to come and give our time it is very important. >> having talked to the guys, i can tell you events like these are what make the student athletes at temple so special. now that the bye week is over, they are ready to get back to work against tulane and continue their drive toward another championship. what a great thing about your team. >> anytime guys are selfless and doing things like special olympics, it comes down to leadership. a very williams is a true guy on on -- a true leader in on the t.
we get home from connecticut, he is the first guy to sign up and do the special olympics. when your best players are trying to to be the best people they can be, it sends a tremendous message to the others. >> what great job you're doing in the community and on the field. >> let's talk big picture, how nice it is to be in control of your destiny. >> it's great because the players have done the work, they have handled the ups and downs and hit their stride at the right time. each game is a playoff game. tulane is playoff game. if we win, we are in. >> exiting time for temple football for head coach matt rhule, i'm jamie apody. thanks for watching temple play book, we have more "action news" right after this. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road.
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9:55, a big congratulations to a member of the "action news" family. our own david murphy, yea indeed has been inducted into the broadcast pioneer hall of fame. he accepted the honor at the hilton on city avenue. he talked about how he went from reporter to meteorologist. >> i think how did this happen. a lot of dominoes had to fall in order for that to happen. i get in the door and a a couple of years later they were like you want to try weather?
now i have this great job, it's kind of a miracle. look who that is? karen rogers was there, matt o'donnell, matt pellman, on hand was 6abc general manager bernie prazenica there to congratulate him on that. >> he is so humble, he tried weather he went to school for three years working on that. a good man and good congratulations. >> reporter: the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 16 degrees above average. 71 for the high. go outside and enjoy it. does not last, a cold front comes through tonight and brings showers to the region and snow showers in the poconos. tomorrow, winds and much colder 48, but it will feel like the 20s and 30s, you might get snow flurries in the northwest tomorrow and snow showers in the poconos, even colder on monday, 45. tuesday, mostly sunny, 48.
we finally get into the 50s on wednesday. >> coat weather. >> reporter: absolutely. >> 9:57 jack hanna's "wild countdown" coming up next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight we'll be back tomorrow morning, 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. president-elect donald trump will meet with mitt romeny tomorrow for a key cabinet position, we'll have the latest as he establishes his administration. when machines become art. we'll tell you how drones were used to create a magic dance program. for karen rogers, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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