09/12/06

NEWS 7 at 5


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CAPTION: Closer Look

The Federal Government wants to know if
Roanoke's Housing Authority is treating
everyone fairly.


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CAPTION: Wednesday Rain

A big slug of moisture will push into
the area tomorrow. Brent Watts will
have details.


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CAPTION: Syria Attack

The State Department says today's
attack on an American Embassy was an
organized event.


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CAPTION: Pain in the Back

Joy Standup
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*CG standup Grant Kittelson
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GRAPHIC=Iraq A former President makes a suprise
appearance in this region today----


more on that in a moment.

but first.. Just one day after
President Bush told the nation winning
the war in Iraq is essential to winning
the war on terror.. a battle is brewing
in Washington.

Aleen Sirgany reports some
Democrats say the president played
politics in his 9-11 address-

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*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq
*CG 2line Sen. Henry Reid

(D) Nevada




*CG standup Aleen Sirgany
CBS News



*CG 2line Tony Snow
White House Press Secretary



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(END SOT) HEARTACHE AND BLOODSHED ARE SPILLING


THROUGH THE STREETS OF IRAQ. AT

LEAST TWENTY FOUR HAVE DIED ACROSS THE
WARTORN COUNTRY SINCE MONDAY

NIGHT ALONE.



IN BAQUOUBA, WHERE SECTARIAN VIOLENCE
IS ON THE RISE, SO IS THE DEATH

TOLL. AND FOR FAMILY MEMBERS, THE GRIEF
IS OVERWHELMING.



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DESPAIR IS ALSO MOUNTING IN BAGHDAD...





THIS TIME A CAR BOMB IN AN EXCLUSIVE
NEIGHBORHOOD KILLED AT LEAST SIX �

LIVES LOST JUST A DAY AFTER PRESIDENT
BUSH, IN HIS ADDRESS TO MARK THE

FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEPTEMBER 11th
ATTACKS, DEFENDED THE WAR IN

IRAQ. DEMOCRATS SAY IT WAS NEITHER THE
TIME NOR THE PLACE.

Sen. Harry Reid / D - NEVADA) - "the

president continued to

deliberately lump and blur al qaeda,
osama bin laden, iraq, and 9/11
together."

Aleen Sirgany / CBS NEWS: - "THE WHITE
HOUSE SAYS THE PRESIDENT HAD NO CHOICE
BUT TO MENTION IRAQ. MISTER BUSH
CONTINUES TO

INSIST WINNING THE WAR THERE IS
ESSENTIAL TO WINNING THE WAR ON TERROR�

EVEN THOUGH A RECENTLY RELEASED
CONGRESSIONAL 9-11 REPORT DETERMINES

SADDDAM HUSSEIN HAD NO CONNECTION WITH
AL-QAEDA"

Tony Snow / WHITE HOUSE PRESS
SECRETARY) - "you cant talk about 9-11
especially when osama bin laden says
iraq as at the center of all this."

PRESS SECRETARY TONY SNOW WENT ON TO
DISMISS CRITICS WHO SAY THE PRESIDENT'S
ADDRESS HAD POLITICAL OVERTONES.

Tony Snow / WHITE HOUSE PRESS
SECRETARY) - "they were designed to
remind the American people during a
time of war - why we're there."

BUT THE SPEECHAPPEARS TO HAVE ADDED
FUEL TO THE FIREY WAR DEBATE ON

CAPITOL HILL -- AS LAWMAKERS STAKE OUT
POSITIONS -- IN THE WEEKS LEADING


UP TO THE MID-TERM ELECTIONS.

ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.

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GRAPHIC=None An attempted terror attack on the


U-S embassy in Syria... was stopped
today...

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*CG locator Damascus, Syria 22 plus

Four militants hurled grenades
over the compund wall... and set off a
car bomb--- but Syrian anti-terror


troops opened fire on the attackers
killing three and arresting the
fourth--- before the payload could go


off.

One Syrian guard was killed and a
dozen bystanders were hurt but no
Americans were injured.

U-S officials thanked syrian forces
who stood in the line of fire to
protect American lives.

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GRAPHIC=UVA A University of Virginia student has


died from bacterial meningitis.

Twenty-one-year-old Jennifer Leigh
Wells of Charlottesville died

on Sunday.

School officials say Wells was
rushed to the University of Virginia
Medical Center on Friday after
collapsing at her parents' home.

Health officials have contacted
those who had been in close contact

with Wells, and have given them
antibiotics.

Under state law, students are
vaccinated against bacterial

meningitis.

But the vaccine is not 100-percent
effective, because

there are five strains of the disease.
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GRAPHIC=None Federal officials are taking a


closer look at contracts awarded by the
Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing

Authority.

Investigators from the Department
of Housing and Urban Development are
now trying to determine if a local
consultant received preferential
treatment.

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*CG locator Roanoke

The Housing Authority hired
Issues Management Group- or I-M-G for a
variety of projects, including
management of the makeover at the
Lincoln Terrace public housing
community.

Investigators are considering
whether the housing authority followed
HUD guidelines that promote a
competitive bidding process.

Today, Roanoke Mayor Nelson
Harris said members of city council
will be watching with interest.

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*CG 2line Nelson Harris
Roanoke Mayor NELSON HARRIS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I DO

BELIEVE THAT OUR NEW HOUSING AUTHORITY
DIRECTOR ELLIS HENRY HAS DONE THE RIGHT
THING IN TERMS OF HAVING HUD COME IN
AND CONDUCT THE AUDIT. CERTAINLY THEY
CAN COME IN AS AN OBJECTIVE THIRD
PARTY AND REVIEW THE MATTER.

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Today, IMG principal Rob Glenn
declined comment. His attorney was out
of town and unavailable.

Housing Authority Board Chairman
Ben Fink said the board and staff are
very concerned about the allegations,
but won't have a complete picture until
the HUD audit is finished.



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GRAPHIC=None A barbecue restaurant in


Botetourt County got an unexpected
visitor this afternoon when a President
of the United States walked through the
door.

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VO-NAT President George H. W. Bush ate


lunch at Three Little Pigs Barbecue in
Daleville this afternoon.

This is a picture of owner
Bill Gaul and the President.

He dropped in around 1:30 this
afternoon, ate a vinegar pork barbecue
sandwich with onion straws and drank a
beer.

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GRAPHIC=None You're probably wondering why


he was in the area. We'll answer that
question tonight on News Seven at Six.

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CAM Up next on the newscast, some local
students are learning how they can
apply some raceday techniques to the
everyday world.

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*CG tease New Thought

Plus on Healthcheck, we'll tell you why
some doctors are rethinking the way
they treat common ear infections in
children.

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Roll Healthcheck Banner

When a child gets an infection doctors
prescribe antibiotics. But a new study
shows, more times than not, the drugs
are not needed. Doctor Sean Kenniff has
more in this Healthcheck 7 report.

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*CG locator New York, NY


*CG 2line Dr. Max April
Lenox Hill Hospital


*CG standup Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News



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(END SOT) PKG (nats)(New York, NY) ALMOST EVERY



KID HAS THEM AND ALMOST EVERY PARENT
HAS LIVED THROUGH THEM...... EAR
INFECTIONS. TO TREAT THE PROBLEM U-S
PHYSICIANS WRITE 15 MILLION
PRESCRIPTIONS FOR ANTIBIOTICS EVERY
YEAR. BUT LENOX HILL HOSPITAL'S DOCTOR
MAX APRIL SAYS THAT'S NOT ALWAYS
HELPFUL. (SOT-Dr. Max April/Lenox Hill


Hospital) a certain percentage of ear
infections are viral so no antibiotic
is necessary and in fact an antibiotic
in a viral infection isn't helpful at
all. SO A NEW STUDY IN THE JOURNAL OF
THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
DECIDED TO SEE HOW CHILDREN FARED
WITHOUT ANTIBIOTICS. DOCTORS ASKED
PARENTS TO USE A WAIT AND SEE APPROACH.
(SOT-Dr. Max April/Lenox Hill Hospital)


they actually gave the parents a
prescription and told them to hold on
to it for 48 hours, and if the child's
getting worse fill the prescription. 38
percent of the people did fill the
prescription, 62 percent did not. IN
OTHER WORDS MOST CHILDREN GOT BETTER ON
THEIR OWN. (STANDUP: Dr. Sean
Kenniff/CBS NEWS/Miami, FL) EXPERTS SAY
THE STUDY IS SIGNIFICANT BECAUSE IT'S
IMPORTANT TO CUT DOWN ON THE NUMBER OF

ANTIBIOTICS BEING PRESCRIBED. OVERUSE
CAN LEAD TO TREATMENT RESISTANT
INFECTIONS.... MEANING ANTIBIOTICS
WOULD NO LONGER WORK. (nats) SARA
BERMAN HAS USED THE WAIT AND SEE
APPROACH BEFORE AND WILL USE IT AGAIN.
(SOT-Sara Berman/Mother) I've learned


over the course of the years you know
how long I can wait it out or when it
feels to me like I really do need to
give an antibiotic. EVEN IF THE
INFECTION CLEARS DOCTOR APRIL SAYS IT'S
IMPORTANT FOR KIDS TO BE LOOKED AT
ABOUT A MONTH LATER..... JUST TO MAKE
SURE THERE'S NO FLUID LEFT IN THE EAR.
DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.



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GRAPHIC=None Some student say homework is a pain


in the neck.. but it might be the
course Load that's causing BACK pain.

Joy Sutton takes a look at backpacks

in this health check 7 report

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:


*CG 2line Allison Burton
Hidden Valley Middle School Student
:


*CG 2line Sarah Gray
Hidden Valley Middle School Student


*CG 2line Nancy Barker
Barker Chiropractic Clinic


*CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com


*CG 2line Haley Cutwright
Hidden Valley Middle School Student



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if not cut to it at 19:40

The main problem with most

backpacks is they are way too heavy.
And chiropractor Nancy Barker says some
students are wearing them wrong...and
that's a taking a toll on their health.

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4:00

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ALLISON BURTON/HIDDEN VALLEY MIDDLE
SCHOOL STUDENT:

IT GIVES ME A LOT OF HEADACHES BECAUSE
OF THE WAY I CARRY IT ON MY SHOULDER.

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SARAH GRAY/HIDDEN VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL
STUDENT: MY NECK WAS HURTING AND WENT
THERE AND IT WAS OUT OF PLACE. I WENT
TO CHIROPRACTORS AND I'VE BEEN GOING
THERE. NOW I GO ONCE A MONTH

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Many of the students we asked say
they can relate.

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NANCY BARKER/CHIROPRACTOR:I SEE IT
PROGRESSING. WHAT HAPPENS IS THEY DON'T
FEEL IT MUCH IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL...BY
HIGH SCHOOL THAT'S REALLY WHEN THE

PROBLEMS ARE SHOWING UP

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JOY SUTTON/REPORTING:MANY SCHOOLS
REALIZE THIS IS PROBLEM AND HERE AT
HIDDEN VALLEY THEY'VE TAKEN STEP TO
DEAL WITH IT

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WE DON'T ALLOW THEM TO BRING BACKPACKS
TO CLASS JUST TO ELIMINATE SOME OF THE
THINGS CARRY IN BETWEEN CLASSES. 14 AND
A LOT OF THE TEACHERS ARE LUCKY ENOUGH
TO HAVE TEXTBOOKS THAT HAVE CLASSROOM
SETS IN THE CLASSROOMS THEY CAN TAKE
THEIR BOOKS HOME ONCE AND LEAVE IT HOME
AND WE ALSO HAVE ONLINE TEXT BOOKS

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For students who must carry their
books between home and school, it's
important the backpack never weigh more
than 10 to 15 percent of their body
weight.

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19:12

NAT SOT OF DROPPING BAGS.




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But taking a load off isn't the only
thing that can help. There are other
ways to make the backpack "feel"
lighter.

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15:57 runs=09



MAKE SURE WHEN YOU PUT YOUR STUFF IN
THE HEAVIER STUFF IS TOWARD THE
BACK..LIGHTER STUFF AWAY FROM THEM

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It also helps to sit the backpack
higher on the back and make sure it has
wide padded strips.

Techniques students say do work.

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HALEY CUTWRIGHT/HIDDEN VALLEY MIDDLE
SCHOOL STUDENT:

MY BACK DOESN'T HURT AS OFTEN AND IT'S
GETTING A LOT BETTER.

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That's encouraging news for some
students knowing they don't have to let
their course load

weigh them down this school year.

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GRAPHIC=None Formula one racing and middle school


don't usually go together...

but they do in one Roaonoke city
school.. and three students raced all
the way to a national win in Dallas.

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SOT FULL 09:25
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*CG 2line Patrick Doherty (quick!) F-1 Team Nat'l Winner
00


*CG 2line Victoria Ledford
F-1 Team Nat'l Winner < WASHINGTON, UTAH, EVERWHERE. RUNS 04

24:08

VICTORIA LEDFORD/F-1 TEAM WINNER: IT
WAS SO EXCITING WHEN WE WERE UP ON
STAGE AND WE HEARD WE WON I HAD TEARS
IN MY EYES I WAS SO SUPRISED. RUNS 07
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VO-NAT VO-NAT 15



*CG locator Roanoke The Breckenridge Middle School
students used high tech computer
programs to design an F-1 race car---
to scale--- one-20th the size of a real


formula one car.

They worked for months.. designing
and testing to come up with the perfect
design.


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*CG 2line Bill Birdlebough
Technology Education Teacher < EDUCATION TEACHER: AFTER THEY WENT TO
STATES THEY GOT SOME MORE IDEAS ON
THINGS TO DO BETTER SO THEY CHANGED IT
AROUND AGAIN JUST LIKE FORMULA ONE RACE
GUYS DO WHERE SOMETHING THAT WORKS AT
ONE RACE DOESN'T WORK AT ANOTHER RACE
SO THEY'RE CONSTANTLY CHANGING IT FROM
RACE TO RACE. RUNS 15

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VO-NAT VO-NAT 15 plus



Birdlebough (Bird-ul-bow) says the

skills the students learn can take them
into real world of engineering and
design.

The students have been invited to
compete at an international competition
in Australia-

We'll find out more about F-1 racing
in schools on News 7 at six.

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GRAPHIC=None Virginia is driving toward a


bigger and better way to monitor
traffic, commuters and the highways.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

This morning- Governor Tim Kaine
toured the Southwestern Region's new
Smart Traffic Center.

The center will be nearly
20-thousand square feet and overlooking
the busiest section of Interstate 81

off of Thompson Memorial Drive in
Roanoke County.

Right now, crews are clearing the
section of land, so that construction
can begin.

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INQ=It's part of our transportation...




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

<<@10:35.15.00

TIM KAINE, GOVERNOR: IT'S PART OF OUR
TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS- BETTER AND
BETTER USES OF TECHNOLOGY. WE HAVE A
LOT OF TRANSPORTATION NEEDS, BUT THIS
IS AN EXAMPLE OF VDOT BEING INNOVATIVE.
THIS SMART TRAFFIC CENTER ENABLING US
TO GET INFORMATION TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND
ABLE TO MANAGE THE ROAD NETWORK ON
I-81(31)>>

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OQ=.. road network on I-81.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Coming up tonight on News7 at
six, we'll tell you how the Governor
and members of his cabinet plan on
tackling the states transportation
problem and when the new Smart Traffic

Center will be up and running.

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Meteorologist Robin Reed is up next.
He says we could be looking at some
significant rainfall.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease ACC Matchup

Then a little later in Sports, Mike
Stevens tells us how the Hokies are
getting ready to Duke it out this
weekend.

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bwatts@wdbj7.com


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There was some big changes on Wall
Street today. Alexis Christoforous
will have that following Sports.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease SPIN THE WHEEL

Plus we'll tell you when you can
catch a local woman's big night on T-V'
s Wheel of Fortune.

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GRAPHIC=HOKIES Good afternoon everybody.



Virginia Tech opens up its
Conference Home Schedule this Saturday
with Duke - a team that is Oh and 2 and
in danger of finishing the year without
a win.

Still, despite being 35 point
favorites to crush the Blue Devils,
Mike Stevens says the Hokies are ever
cautious.

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*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
:00


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
20th Season at Virginia Tech
:31


*CG 2line Duane Brown
VT Junior Offensive Tackle
:39


*CG locator Durham, NC
Duke in Blue
:47



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GRAPHIC=Redskins The talk of Joe Gibbs and the


Washington Redskins winning another

Super Bowl will have to be shelved for
a little while after the Minnesota


Vikings came into Fedex Field last
night and came away with a 3 point win.

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*CG locator Landover, MD
ESPN Skins could have tied the game up
in the closing seconds but John Hall
pulled his 48 Field Goal yard attempt
and all the Vikings had to do was run
out the clock on a 19 to 16 victory.
It was not the start to the season that
Gibbs was looking for.

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*CG 2line Joe Gibbs
15 Seasons as Redskins Head Coach







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OQ=much better.




ANCHOR ON CAM Coming up tonight at the top of

the Hour, Mike Stevens will have more
from the Hokies and some Quarterback
news from Charlottesville and Chapel
Hill, we'll see you then everybody,
Jean's coming right back to wrap up
News 7 at 5.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Stock prices closed sharply higher on


Wall Street. But that wasn't the only
big business news today.

Alexis Christoforous has it all in our
Moneywatch report.

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*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous
CBS Money Watch
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OQ=News 7 at 5. < (END SOT) available.>>




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GRAPHIC=Noen Tonight is the night a woman from


Buena Vista appears on television's
Wheel of Fortune.

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VO-NAT Beau Holland was one of the


contestants chosen from thousands of
people who auditioned in Roanoke
earlier this summer.

The Buena Vista resident flew out to
California to tape the game show in
July.

To find out how Holland did, you'll

need to tune into the Wheel of Fortune
right here on WDBJ tonight at 7:00.

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