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Coming up....... Blacksburg police find a newborn baby dead in a dumpster,
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and Radford investigators believe a gas leak is to blame for last weekend's deadly plant explosion. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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A newborn baby boy ... found dead in a dumpster, wrapped in several plastic bags.
That's what Blacksburg police found yesteday. Now they await a medical examiner's report before deciding what action, if any, to take next.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( When Blacksburg Police and rescue arrived at the 800 block of Meadow Drive in Blacksburg -- they were responding to a 9-1-1 call that a female was bleeding inside the Oak Bridge Apartment complex.
Later, authorities say they noticed a trail of blood outside the apartment leading to a nearby trash dumpster -- inside they found a newborn placed in several trash bags.
Nicholas Pachis -- who lives in the complex -- says even before authorities arrived he heard strange noises outside his window.
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((IT WAS AN HOUR BEFORE THEY SHOWED UP. I HEARD SOMETHING THAT SOUNDED ALMOST LIKE A GOOSE CRYING OVER HEAD. BUT I KNEW IT WAS TOO EARLY OR TOO LATE IN THE EVENING FOR THAT AND IT WAS HIGHER PITCHED AND SHORTER))
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Pachis says when he went outside to check out the noise he couldn't find where it was coming from.
About an hour later--- he heard sirens and noticed police looking inside the dumpster.


That's when he realized something had happened.
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((THEY PICKED SOMETHING UP AND HELD IT IN 2 HANDS THE PARAMEDICS DID AND IT LOOKED LIKE HE WAS TRYING TO GIVE WHATEVER IT WAS C-P-R))
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((NO CHARGES HAVE BEEN FILED AGAINST THE WOMAN, WHO SOURCES SAY WAS A COLLEGE STUDENT.
SHE WAS TREATED AND RELEASED YESTERDAY FROM A LOCAL HOSPITAL.
SOURCES SAY THE CHILD WAS BORN PREMATURE AND THAT THE WOMAN WAS PROBABLY ONLY FIVE TO SIX MONTHS PREGNANT.
RIGHT NOW, AUTHORITIES ARE WAITING FOR A FORMAL REPORT FROM THE MEDICAL EXAMINERS OFFICE. JOY SUTTON, NEWS 7))
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Investigators say a gas leak set off the deadly plant explosion in Radford one week ago today.
But many other important questions still remain unanswered.
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Authorities are calling the explosion at New River Castings in Radford an accident.
Officials say it started in the basement, part of which was underneath the core department -- the area where Karen Hamilton and Debra Sheppard were working when they were killed in the blast.
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((ROBERT GRAHAM/ATF NATIONAL RESPONSE TEAM: IT WAS A GAS LEAK -- WE HAVEN'T DETERMINED WHICH GAS. THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF 2 OR 3 TYPES OF GASES.))
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Union officials say just days before the explosion, the core area had to be evacuated because of a gas leak.


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will help determine if precautions could have been taken to prevent the explosion.


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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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A Danville woman will spend five years behind bars for allowing her boyfriend to beat their 8 month old son to death.
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19- year old LaShanda Terrell Stamps was sentenced Friday.
She was convicted in February of felony child neglect in the death of her son.
Evidence showed the child's father killed the baby.
The infant died after being hit in the head several times.
Stamps' boyfriend hanged himself 13- days after the child's death.
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Vice President Al Gore won the nation's first binding election for public office using the Internet.
Voters in Arizona were able to cast ballots by computer since Tuesday.
The turnout set a record even before conventional polling places opened.
Gore's democratic challenger Senator Bill Bradley has already quit the race.
Gore also leads Bradley in caucuses in Michigan and Minnesota.


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A luggage mixup led to an emergency landing of an Alaska Airlines jet in Seattle, yesterday.
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Chutes on the airliner were deployed and passengers slid to the ground. Two were slightly hurt.
All this after a flight attendent discovered the device in a child's backpack.
It was actually a training aid used for routine tests in the airport terminal.
The airline says a young boy was probably carrying a backpack identical to the one used for the test .... and accidently picked up the wrong bag at the security checkpoint.
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The talk is of rebuilding after a mudslide takes out homes near San Francisco, California.
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The sliding hill wiped out one home Friday night and residents of three other homes have been told to stay out.
The steep hillside was created more than a half-century ago, when tons of earth were removed to create the runways for the San Francisco International Airport.
Officials say it's unclear if the slide can be blamed on the airport project.
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Can pets bring better health to your children? Still ahead, it seems Fido and Fluffy can frequently help.
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And with plant safety a major concern in the New River Valley, our Virginia Newsreel remembers a deadly explosion 15 years ago.
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[Health-Check]


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Good news for pet lovers...a new study suggests having a pet in your home may actually protect your child from having allergies later in life.
Pamela Davis explains in this week's Health Check.
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If allergies run in your family, having a pet could be harmful to your child. Be sure to ask your doctor if you are planning to get pet.
News 7 Sunday Morning will be right back.

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It's been one week since the fatal explosion at the New River Castings plant in Radford. It's not the first time the area has been rocked by a blast. There have been many explosions at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant over the decades.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel, Keith Humphry focuses on one that killed two men 15 years ago.
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(( Workers had finished making a 5-thousand pound charge of nitroglycerin on the morning of February 6th, 1985. Nitroglycerin is used in production of propellants. The men were preparing to transfer it from a production building to a storehouse when the explosion occurred around 9 AM.
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((THE CONFIRMED FATALITY WAS AN INDIVIDUAL WHO WAS IN THE PROCESS OF TALKING ON THE TELEPHONE TO THE OPERATOR IN THE STOREHOUSE AND COORDINATING THE TRANSFER OF THE NITROGLYCERIN CHARGE WHEN THE EXPLOSION OCCURRED AND HE WAS BLOWN OUTSIDE THE BARRICADED BUILDING. WE BELIEVE THE OTHER PERSON WAS INSIDE THE NITRATING HOUSE)) [RUNS24]
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Both men were killed.
About 20 plant workers complained of such things as ringing in their ears, tension headaches and anxiety.
The blast left a crater in the ground. A barricade of wood and soil helped protect nearby buildings.
Helen and Sam Smith heard the explosion from their home overlooking the plant.
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((THE BIG SMOKE WAS ALL UP IN THE AIR LIKE THE ATOM BOMB DID WHEN THEY DROPPED IT. THAT'S WHAT IT WAS REALLY. AND UH AND THEN IT STARTED TURNING YELLOW NEAR THE GROUND AND IT WAS GETTING MORE LIKE THAT ALL THE TIME AND THIS OTHER JUST FLOATED AWAY)) [RUNS18]
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((THIS ONE WAS MUCH SMALLER THAN THE ONES LESS NOISE THAN THE ONES I HAVE HEARD HERE FROM BEFORE)) [RUNS05]
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The 1985 explosion took two lives, destroyed a building and caused an estimated 1.9 million dollars in damage. That's Virginia Newsreel. I'm Keith Humphry.))












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In the NHL, Sean Burke recorded his second straight shutout in Phoenix's five to nothing win over Vancouver.
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The Coyotes take the two to nothing advantage. Jeremy Roenick gets his 32nd goal of the year on the two on one break.
Mikael Renburg gets his second goal in as many nights for Phoenix and it's four nothing.
Netminder Sean Burk stopped 26 shots in the win over Vancouver. It was also the Coyotes' second consecutive five to nothing shutout.
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In Los Angeles, the Kings swept the four game season series with Calgary as Ziggy Palffy wins the battle infront of the net for the one-nothing lead.
Craig Johnson gets what would be the game winner in the first period and Los Angles beats the Flames three to one.


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Coming up...... Authorities in Blacksburg await a report from medical examiners after a newborn is found dead in a dumpster,
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and how much did the General Assembly accomplish this year?
We'll tell you in just a few minutes.
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Blacksburg police are awaiting a report from the medical examiners office, after a dead newborn baby is found in a dumpster.
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The discovery came Saturday morning, after police responded to a call of a female bleeding inside the Oak Bridge apartment complex.
The baby boy was wrapped in several plastic bags.
A man who lives in the apartments says even before police arrived, he heard strange noises outside his window.
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((IT WAS AN HOUR BEFORE THEY SHOWED UP. I HEARD SOMETHING THAT SOUNDED ALMOST LIKE A GOOSE CRYING OVER HEAD. BUT I KNEW IT WAS TOO EARLY OR TOO LATE IN THE EVENING FOR THAT AND IT WAS HIGHER PITCHED AND SHORTER))
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NO charges have been filed against the woman, who sources say was a college student.
She was treated and released from a local hospital.
An autopsy performed Saturday was inconclusive as to the cause of death.

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It was a gas leak.
Investigators say that's what set off the deadly plant explosion in Radford one week ago today.
But as Kate Weidaw reports, many other important questions still remain unanswered.
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((Authorities are calling the explosion at New River Castings in Radford an accident.
Officials say it started in the basement, part of which was underneath the core department -- the area where Karen Hamilton and Debra Sheppard were working when they were killed in the blast.
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((ROBERT GRAHAM/ATF NATIONAL RESPONSE TEAM: IT WAS A GAS LEAK -- WE HAVEN'T DETERMINED WHICH GAS. THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF 2 OR 3 TYPES OF GASES.))
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Graham says two of the gases they are looking into are -- methanol which is a form of a natural gas -- and another known as d-m-e-a.
Union officials say just days before the explosion the core area had to be evacuated because of a gas leak.
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((LEE SIMPKINS/RADFORD CHIEF SIMPKINS:THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY, THE RADFORD POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT AND THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY WILL CONTINUE AN INVESTIGATION AS TO ANY POSSIBLE REGULATORY VIOLATIONS))
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will also be assisting -- to determine if precautions could have been taken to prevent the explosion.
This isn't the first time OSHA has been called to investigate, Intermet, the plant's parent company for violating federal safety standards.
Meanwhile... investigators say the clean-up process will not begin until their investigation is finished.. which could take days. Kate Weidaw News7 Radford.))












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Virginia's legislators are back home this weekend. Their 2000 session is history.
In the last two months, they made two new state holidays from one.
They fought fiercely over how to help laid-off textile workers.
And they did it all in record time.
Ellen Qualls reports on their legacy.
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It was the first session in Virginia history with Republicans ruling the roost in the House and the Senate and in the Governor's office simultaneously.
But that didn't mean a free ride for anything.
Virginia's first Republican Speaker of the House is pleased.
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((DEL. VANCE WILKINS/R-AMHERST: IT'S BEEN A REALLY GOOD SESSION AS FAR AS I CAN TELL. EVERYBODY'S BEEN VERY COOPERATIVE. EVERYBODY'S WORKED HARD.))
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((DEL. BARNIE DAY: I THINK THEY'VE DONE AN EXTRAORDINARILY ADMIRABLE JOB FOR HAVING THE STEERING WHEEL FOR THE FIRST TIME....SWERVED, BUT THEY KEPT IT OUT OF THE DITCH IF YOU ASK ME.))
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Governor Jim Gilmore's proudest of the smooth Republican takeover and changes in the democracy, at the polls-- voter I-Ds and party labels on ballots.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: BEST SESSION EVER... CONSIDER THE CAR TAX.))
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Without disturbing the car tax cut, a 2-point-6 Billion dollar transportation package jump-starts projects across the state dealing with planes, trains, and automobiles.
[sot 19:56:51]

((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: WE'VE BROUGHT TO THE FORE ISSUES INVOLVING HEALTH CARE, ISSUES INVOLVING EDUCATION, TRANSPORTATION, AND REALLY WHERE IS OUR STATE GOING. THEY ON THE OTHER HAND HAVE BROUGHT TO THE FORE PARTY I-D ON THE BALLOT AND VOTER I-D AT THE POLLS.))
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Lawmakers also approved a mandatory moment of silence in classrooms across the state.
A ban on children in the beds of pickup trucks.
An easing of the process restoring felons rights to vote.
With Republicans in charge, they surprised some by even considering but rejecting proposals like reforming the sodomy law and death row inmates rights of appeal.
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((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH/R-SALEM: WELL I THINK A LOT OF TIMES IN THE PAST THERE HAVE BEEN CONCENTRATED EFFORTS TO KEEP THOSE BILLS FROM EVER BEING DEBATED OPENLY AND FAIRLY. THEY'D USUALLY COME UP FOR DEBATE AT 11 O'CLOCK AT NIGHT. UNDER OUR REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP WE FELT LIKE EVERYTHING NEEDED TO BE DEBATED FAIRLY. SOME TIMES, THINGS GOT OUT THAT WE MIGHT NOT HAVE LIKED. BUT THAT'S THE WAY THE PROCESS IS SUPPOSED TO WORK.))
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The fate of this General Assembly's work is now in the Governor's hands.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))



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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Is Wonder Boy the one to watch this weekend? Still ahead, Roger Ebert's movie picks.
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And "Gunfighters and Trailblazers". Our Virginia Profile looks at a local man who hopes his game will catch on in a big way. [Andrew ad-lib into the travel forecast]
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He's a former school teacher turned ranch hand.. now a Bedford County man wants to share his love of the cowboy life and the Old West with the general public.
Steve Smallshaw tells us more about what could be the latest craze in board games in this week's "Virginia Profile".

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(( Like many young boys, David Goode essentially grew up wanting to be a cowboy.
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While majoring in history in college, Goode spent a summer vacation working at a dude ranch out west.. it was his first taste of that part of the country and he never forgot it.
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((DAVID GOODE/BOARD GAME INVENTOR: I FELL IN LOVE WITH IT, AS I SAID IT WAS ALMOST LIKE COMING HOME, IT FELT LIKE THAT.)) [RUNS07]
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After five years of teaching English, Goode traded in his books and blackboard for a saddle and spurs.. working at dude ranches and hunting camps all throughout the western U-S.
It was during a game of Trivial Pursuit one night that he got an idea for his own board game based on facts about the Old West.
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((GOODE: SO I WENT TO THE LOCAL LIBRARY THERE IN SALMON, IDAHO AND CHECKED OUT SOME BOOKS.. AND SO I GOT THIS INFORMATION BASICALLY FROM JUST READING BOOKS AND JUST TURNING IT INTO QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.)) [RUNS11]
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And so was born "Gunfighters and Trailblazers".. a game filled with 22- hundred bits of trivia about cowboys, Indians and folklore of the Old West.
It's not exactly a true board game.. players instead make their way across what looks like a rolled up map.
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Players pick a route they want to travel: the Oregon Trail, the stagecoach route or a cattle drive, and then answer questions about anything from saloons to immigrants.
The game's been a good seller at tourist ranches and museum gift shops out west.
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((GOODE: IT'S ALL BEEN POSITIVE REALLY, THEY'VE ENJOYED THE GAME VERY MUCH. MOST OF MY MARKET REALLY IS OUT WEST, SO FAR BECAUSE THOSE PEOPLE LIVING IN THE WEST, THEY HAVE A LOVE OF THE WEST THEMSELVES, AND THEY KNOW A LOT OF THIS HISTORY THEMSELVES.)) [RUNS17]
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But Goode says anyone will find the game interesting.. he's had a thousand produced and hopes a major retailer will get interested as well.
Until then, Goode is content to work horses back in his hometown.. while always keeping one eye looking west.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford County.)) [ANCHOR TAG]
[Anchor=Denise]
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If you'd like to order "Gunfighters and Trailblazers", you can do so by e-mailing David Goode at "wranglerdg@mindspring.com".

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[OUT OF COMM TO DENISE ON-RECORD]
Welcome back to News 7 Sunday Morning. Four young men are taking the popularity of golf to new heights.
Justin Leonard, David Duval, Tiger Woods, and Phil Mickelson are "Masters of the the Millennium," that's according to the author of a book by the same title.
Welcome this morning Robert Hartman.
[Denise AND Guest On-Record]

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[Denise reads the rest of the stories in this block from the on-record set]


[Ebert-Picks]


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"Wonder Boys" tops Roger Ebert's list this weekend. Here are his top 3 picks.


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You can see Roger Ebert's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station.
We'll be right back to wrap up the newscast after this. [Denise toss to bump]


[Doggie-Shrink]


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As dog owners you may have spent a lot of time on the couch with your pooch...say watching TV.
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But the Cartoon Network placed owners and their best friends on the counselor's couch.
This was the place to conquer fido's phobias.
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((DR. IAN DUNBAR: STRANGELY ENOUGH THE MOST COMMON FEAR OF DOGS IS PEOPLE--MEN AND CHILDREN ESPECIALLY. BUT THEN THERE'S THE OTHER USUAL STUFF, LOUD SUDDEN NOISES, BUMPS IN THE NIGHT, SAME THINGS WE'RE AFFRAID OF.))
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The Cartoon Network's canine fear counseling was courtesy of Courage, The Cowardly Dog, one of the networks characters.
The network also asked 10 thousand kids what scared their dogs.
Who needs a doctor, the kids said everything from thunderstorms, to ringing phones, or little brothers and sisters.

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