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Ahead on NEWS 7 at six.
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Changes in state regulations require some area fire fighters to spend the weekend hitting the books.
And-- we'll find out if man's best friend is making the grade on the Roanoke City police department.
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Plus-- a body is found in a burning mobile home.


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In sports, The Yankees and Braves slugged it out again in Atlanta today the Avalanche was at home wrapping up a series with the Blue Rocks.
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And Tony Stewart takes the checkered flag winning the MNBA Platinum 400 at Dover Downs.
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A Flood Warning for small creeks and streams is up for Wythe County. We'll check the radar coming up.
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New regulations are now on the books for certain firefighters.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]


Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


[Fire-Training]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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The head of Virginia's forestry department is mandating that all firefighters who battle wild fires receive extensive training.
This weekend--- forestry officials and local firefighters in our area teamed-up to begin the process.


Joy Sutton reports.
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(( Jim Armentrout has been fighting forest fires in the Roanoke Valley for 25 years.
He even battled one the areas biggest fires on Purgatory Mountain last year -- that took days to put and consumed more than 12-hundred acres.
But despite all of his years of experience --he is now required to be certified if he wants to continue to work wild fires.
So, he's taking a two day class at Read Mountain Fire Department along with other fire fighters to earn his certification.
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((SETH MILLER/ VA DEPT OF FORESTRY: IN ORDER TO SAVE LIVES AND PROVIDE A BETTER SERVICE TO THE CITIZENS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA WE NEED TO HAVE A CERTIFICATION PROGRAM))
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The certification requires fire fighters to attend training sessions to learn about fire behavior and how a command system works.
There is also a physical fitness test.
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((SETH MILLER:THE PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST YOU WALK A CERTAIN NUMBER OF MILES WITH A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF WEIGHT ON YOUR BACK TO SIMULATE THE KIND OF EQUIPMENT IN THE WOODS ON ACTUAL FIRE))
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And many say this new certification process will make a difference.
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((JIM ARMENTROUT: IT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE SAFETY AND WHOLE LOT LESS INJURIES. BETTER COMMUNICATION))
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Forestry officials hope to have most of their firefighters certified by July.
And many say you can never have enough training when it comes to battling a blaze in the wild -- when it man versus nature.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Botetourt County.))












[Floyd-Body]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Sheriff's deputies found a body inside a mobile home that apparently caught fire this morning in Floyd County.
Authorities were notified of the fire around four A-M and say the death does NOT appear suspicious.
The trailer was located in a mobile home park on Batman Thumper Road.
Investigators are waiting on an autopsy to confirm the victim's identity.


[Halifax-Rape]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=chr]
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24- years ago he was convicted of raping and kidnapping a young girl in Halifax County.
But John David Simpson's sister says her brother didn't get a fair trial and she's taking her battle to Richmond.
Lucille Loppe says her brother's court-appointed attorney did a bad job - and failed to bring up several issues at trial.
Among those issues: that a juror was related to the victim AND was married to a Halifax County deputy sheriff.
Loppe and other Simpson supporters plan to stage a rally at the U-S Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

[Democrats]


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Two local lawmakers who may seek statewide office say they were encouraged by the response this weekend at the State Democratic Convention.
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Party members gathered in Norfolk to rally behind the campaign of U.S. Senate candidate Chuck Robb.
But on Friday night, they also heard from Bath County Delegate Creigh Deeds, and Roanoke State Senator John Edwards. Both men say they'll decide in the next several months whether to run for Attorney General.
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((DEL. CREIGH DEEDS/D- BATH COUNTY: WE NEED TO ELECT A DEMOCRAT ATTORNEY GENERAL, A DEMOCRAT LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, AND A DEMOCRAT GOVERNOR. IF I WERE TO RUN FOR A SLOT ON THAT TICKET AND BE A PART OF THAT TICKET, I WOULD GO AT IT WHOLE HOG, AND I'VE GOT TO WORK OUT SOME ISSUES AT HOME.)) ((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/D- ROANOKE: AS I SAY, I'LL KIND OF LOOK AT THE TEA LEAVES AND SEE HOW THINGS GO. THERE ARE A LOT OF FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED, IT'S A MAJOR UNDERTAKING, BUT I THINK IT COULD BE VERY EXCITING.))
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Henrico Delegate Donald McEachin is also seeking the nomination for Attorney General. Until last week, he was the only Democrat in the race.
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[Margarine-Recall]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Land O'Lakes is issuing a voluntary recall because some of its margarine may contain pieces of metal.
The Land O'Lakes margarine that may be affected is in stick form, and it would have been purchased after May 25th in Virginia, Washington D.C, and 13 other states.
Company spokespersons say the majority of the product has already been recovered - and NO consumers have reported finding metal.
Customers who purchased the margarine can return it to the location where it was purchased for a full refund.



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The Art Museum of Western Virginia boasts two new masterpieces of American Impressionism. The new director says they could help Roanoke earn national attention. Tina Tenret shows us why.
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((Roanoke's Art Museum of Western Virginia bought these two treasures in New York City with trust fund money. The price is a secret for security reasons. Maurice Prendergast painted this Beach at Saint Malo in France in 1907, using a style that was ahead of his time.
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((YOU CAN SEE THE MOSAICLIKE TREATMENT OF BEACH AND BALLS AND THE BRIGHTLY COLORED GOWNS AND THE DAPPLE OF BRUSH STROKES THAT MAKES UP THE OCEAN IN THE BACKGROUND. THERE REALLY IS A SENSE OF JOY AND HAPPINESS TO THIS.))
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Even the museum director is a recent acquisition -- from the famous High Museum in Atlanta. Dr. Judy Larson says when pieces like these travel to Cincinnatti, Philadelphia and Atlanta, they put Roanoke on the map.
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((PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS SPORTING EVENTS IN AMERICAN HISTORY, THIS IS THE FIGHT WITH THE BROWN BOMBER.))
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Another new piece is noteworthy not only for its perspective and detail -- but also because it's the museum's only piece with an African-American subject -- in this case, the famous athlete Joe Louis.
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((THAT'S IMPORTANT. WE'RE ALSO LOOKING TO PURCHASE WORKS BY GREAT AFRICAN AMERICAN PAINTERS. WE HAVEN'T FOUND THEM YET BUT THAT'S DEFINITELY ON OUR WISH LIST.))
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The Art Museum is open Tuesdays through Saturdays and Sunday afternoon. Tina Tenret News7 Roanoke.))














[Sidewalk-Art]


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One of the largest outdoor art shows on the East Coast was in downtown Roanoke this weekend.
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The 42-nd annual sidewalk art show brought thousands down to the market. More than two- hundred artists, throughout the region, showcased paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptures. The funds raised from the event will go toward educational programming at the Art Museum of Western Virginia. The art show wrapped up at 5 o'clock this evening.
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Dogs can make great pets but for the police department they are a vital part of law enforcement.
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Still ahead, we'll show you how these four legged creatures help officers find more than just criminals.
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They're much more than man's best friend -- they're crime fighting dogs, with a keen nose and a mean bite ready to serve the city of Roanoke.
Joy Sutton has more.
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(( A suspect is hiding inside this abandoned building -- Blitz is sent inside to track him down.
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((NAT SOUND OF DOG -- CATCHING SUSPECT))
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This all part of training for Blitz -- something he does at least twice a month.
He searches for suspects and evidence, attacks on demand and backs away when told.
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((WE ALWAYS MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT THAT THE POLICE DOG IS COMING TO LET THE SUSPECT KNOW THAT HERE COMES THE CANINE AND WE'VE HAD SEVERAL OF THEM PUT THEIR HANDS IN THE AIR AND GIVE-UP. BECAUSE THE WORD IS OUT THE ROANOKE CITY POLICE HAS POLICE DOGS NOW AND THEY DON'T WANT TO BE ON THE RECEIVING END OF THE POLICE DOG))
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There are five canine members of the Roanoke City Police Department.
Boca is the only one who is training to search for explosives - soon he will be certified to work the streets.
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((HE'S TRAINED FOR 16 DIFFERENT EXPLOSIVE ODORS. PRETTY MUCH ANY BOMB IS A DERIVATIVE OF ONE OF THOSE ODORS))
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Boca is trained to sit when he finds the explosive.
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The canines are also trained to search for narcotics -- and scratch and bark to let the officer know the location of the drugs.
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((THINGS THAT AREN'T READILY AVAILABLE TO THE NAKED EYE OF AN OFFICER WE CAN USE THESE CANINES FOR))
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To the dogs this is simply a game -- they love to play -- and in the end they are rewarded -- but for the police officers these animals are invaluable partners in fighting crime.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))
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The Roanoke Police Department is always looking for abandoned or vacant buildings to conduct this type of training.








[K-9-Vests]


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It's the goal of one local woman to make sure police dogs in our area are protected.
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Katrina Kerrick is on a mission to buy bullets proof vests like these for 15 dogs.
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This weekend she held a walk-a-thon to raise money for the vests which cost 475 dollars a piece.
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((KATRINA KERRICK/ORGANIZER:THE DOGS GO INTO A SITUATION FIRST USUALLY BEFORE AN OFFICER. THEY OFFICERS ARE FULLY PROTECTED AND THE DOGS AREN'T. THEY DON'T KNOW IF THEY'RE GOING TO FACE GUN SHOTS, STABBINGS))
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One of the participants -- Brent Beckner raised enough money for one vest --which he wants to give to a Roanoke City Police dog.
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((BRENT BECKNER:I WAS GOING TO BUILDINGS COLLECTING MONEY FOR MECO THE CANINE ))
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Kerrick hopes to hold another fund raising events soon.
She says she will not give up until all of the dogs receive their vests.
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Still ahead on the broadcast, Graduating from high school can be bittersweet.
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For students at Shawsville High School graduation marks the end of the 92 year old school. We'll show you what some are doing to preserve its history after the break.
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[Shawsville-Profile]


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The last class of students will graduate from Shawsville High school this Thursday.
And as Marya Jones reports in this week's Virginia Profile, saying goodbye is a bittersweet experience.
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(( Zach McGuinnes is painting the finishing touches on one last piece of Shawsville High history.
It's a time capsule that will be filled with memorabilia from 65 seniors in the high school's last graduating class.
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((ZACH MCGUINNES: SO WE CAN SHOW ALL THE KIDS IN THE NEW SCHOOL WHAT THE OLD SCHOOL LOOKED LIKE AND THE NEW PEOPLE THAT GO TO THE SCHOOL WHAT WE WERE ALL ABOUT. SO THEY'LL UNDERSTAND WHAT THE SHAWNEE PRIDE WAS.))
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Thursday's graduation will mark the end of the Shawnee mascot and 92 years of Shawsville High School.
In August, grades nine through 12 will go to the new 14-million-dollar Eastern Montgomery High ... leaving middle schoolers at the old site.
It's a move that's bittersweet for English teacher Marcia Murphy.
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((MARCIA MURPHY/TEACHER: THESE SENIORS THAT ARE GRADUATING NOW I HAD WHEN THEY WERE 7TH GRADERS, SO I'VE BEEN ABLE TO WATCH THEM GROW. SO, WE'RE GOING TO MISS THAT OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE KIDS GROW FOR SIX YEARS OR SEVEN YEARS.))
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Murphy's students made Shawsville High's last yearbook a look back at its history ... starting in 1908 when it was a one-room school house.
That was replaced in 1934 with the main building still in use today.
But leaving the building behind isn't inspiring much student sentimentality.
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((DUSTY WALLACE/STUDENT: IT'LL BE GREAT HAVING A NEW SCHOOL BECAUSE THE TECHNOLOGY WILL BE BETTER AND WE WON'T HAVE TO DEAL WITH WIND BLOWING THROUGH THE WINDOWS WHILE THEY'RE CLOSED ANYMORE...STUFF LIKE THAT.))
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Angel Purdue DOES have a sentimental attachment to these halls.
She went to school here, met her husband here and returned eight years later to teach special education.
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((ANGEL PURDUE/TEACHER: THAT BIG NEW SCHOOL SEEMS KIND OF COLD RIGHT NOW. BUT IT'S THE STUDENT BODY THAT'S THE SPIRIT OF THE SCHOOL AND I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE THE SAME SPIRIT WHEN WE GET THERE.))
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Next year, there may be a few Shawsville Shawnees walking the halls of Eastern Montgomery High. Marya Jones, News-7, Montgomery County.))


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And coming up, Tony Stewart wins at Dover Downs The Yankees and Braves battled for the second day in a row.
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And the Salem Avalanche wrapped up a four game set with the Wilmington Blue Rocks today at Memorial Stadium.
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Tony Stewart dominated today and he takes the checkered flag winning the MNBA Plantinum 400 at Dover Downs.
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[SUPER=03-Dover, DE/TNN SPORTS; :]


The 400 lap race got off to a smooth start. Jeremy Mayfield had a strong car and he would lead the race after 55 laps.
But the dominate car belonged to Tony Stewart driving for Joe Gibbs racing. He was pulling away from the field and would lead the race after the first 200 laps.
Mark Martin was running a strong ninth but his car blew an engine and he had to take it to the garage on lap 264.


Then later in the race Rusty Wallace would take a ride as his car spins on the track bringing out the caution.
Dale Earnhardt would take his turn and he was leading the race with 85 laps to go.
Then fuel milage came into play but on lap 382 Jeff Gordon hits the wall bringing out the caution and all the leaders headed for the pits.
After a caution with 8 laps to go, Stewart took off like a bullet and he wins the MBNA Platinum 400, for his fourth career victory.
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((TONY STEWART/MBNA PLATINUM 400 WINNER: IT WAS UNBELIEVABLE TODAY WS REALLY SCARED OF THESE LAST COUPLE OF RESTARTS NOT KNOWING WHETHER WE HAD ENOUGH FUEL. JUST WONDER IF WE COULD HOLD MATT OFF. MATT WAS REAL STRONG ON RESTARTS WE JUST HOPING WE COULD HOLD HIM OFF.))
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Matt Kenseth was second, Bobby Labonte third, Dale Jarrett fourth and Ricky Rudd fifth.





[S-Avalanche]


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The Salem Avalanche finished up a four game set with Wilmington this afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/WNYW; :]


A little Kid ready to rock and roll before the game today.
Salem would get on the board early Jay Jones doubles off the right field wall scoring Kevin Burford to make it 2 to nothing in the bottom of the first.
Jerome Alivso would then hit a single to left and Jones rounds the bases to score to make it 3 to nothing after one.
Wilmington comes back as Brandon Burger singles to right field Alexis Gomez scores and the Blue Rocks would take a 5 to 4 lead.
[SUPER=37-Salem/9/Wilmington/6/;]


Then Jay Jones would come through again this time he singles to left scoring Scott Seal and Salem wins it 9 to 6.
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[S-MLB]


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Clay Bellinger's pinch hitt home run in the seventh gave the New York Yankees a 7 to 6 win over Atlanta.
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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/WYNW; :]


John Rocker after a meeting with the Sports Illustrated writer that got him in trouble.
New York was leading 6 to 5 in the sixth. Then Reggie Sanders takes this Andy Pettite pitch deep over the right field wall for a solo homer to tie the game at 6 to 6 .
[SUPER=35-New York/7/Atlanta/6/;]


Then in the seventh Bellinger hits this Terry Mulholland pitch a ton it ends up over the left field wall for a homer the Yankees win 7 to 6.
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[S-Scores]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Interleague action continued this afternoon lets check some of the finals from today's action.
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[S-Jubilee]


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[WRITER=dal]
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Next weekend 11 different state Champions will be crowned in Group Two A and Group A spring sports.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Last Year;]


For the third year in a row Salem is hosting Spring Jubilee.
The championship weekend is a team effort which impresses the Virginia High School League.
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All of the activities will be held in the Roanoke Valley with the exception of some tennis that will be played at both Virginia Tech and Radford University.

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