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right now at 11:00, preparing for the pope with only 96 days until pope francis celebrates mass on the ben franklin parkway, a team from philadelphia is in rome right now ahead of the historic visit. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. the group is taking care of some final details. nbc 10's chris cato is also in rome with a look at what they hope to accomplish this week. >> it is a picture-perfect monday here in rome. we are perched atop the hotel where the delegation from philadelphia is staying and we can look directly into vatican city and what a busy week ahead.
they have a lot of things on their plate. they arrived at the airport at 8:30 rome time. this is made up of 30 people including city leaders and officials of the archdiocese of philadelphia and ceos of several large local companies that are supporting the world meeting of families and they'll spend the next days in meetings for the global event in september. one of the main themes is keeping the pope safe. philadelphia has had vips before but one never like francis. >> we're good at this but this is another kind of event with a different kind of person. pope francis pretty much requires a significant amount of access to the people that's what he's about and it's our job to make sure that that access is safe at all times and that his movements are easy. >> reporter: mayor nutter along with his security officials, the special operations director for the city they will have a key
meeting on thursday with the director of security for vatican city talking just about that about how to keep the pope safe and how to protect all of those people and we'll be following that for you from here. the first thing this evening is u.s. ambassador to the holy see. he's having the delegation to his home for the reception and we'll have a chance to talk one-on-one with mayor nutter and members of the delegation for you and we'll have that for you starting at nbc 10 news. live in rome i'm chris cato nbc 10 news. >> chris cato will cover the meeting at the vatican. the pope will be here on september 26th and 27th and we'll have you covered leading up to the papal visit and while the holy father is here. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> a great day at the jersey shore if you're one of the lucky
ones at the beach today. there's a few out there. plenty of sunshine out there, and it will be a hot one for most of us and first alert meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here. >> the temperatures will get near 90 degrees and not quite as humid as a normal 90-degree day at this time of the year and we have lots of sunshine out there and the humidity down a bit and certainly compared to what we're going to be seeing tomorrow. it's 84 degrees now at 11:00 a.m. in philadelphia and 80 degrees in allentown and pottstown and 81 in redding and trenton and it's getting close to the mid-80s in parts of south jersey and delaware. what about right at the beaches? it's warm there too, and we have a northwest wind and we have a land breeze and so it's at the 80s even at the beach right now. we don't have any kind of precipitation close by and of course, you need clouds for that first, and there is some
approaching chicago. this is a line of severe storms with a cold front that is going to be approaching our area during the day tomorrow but for today, nothing, but sunshine. hot, but not especially humid. up near 90 degrees by 3:00. a different story tomorrow and even hotter and more humid and the thunderstorms and the timing in all of that coming up in the seven day in a few minutes. thank you, glenn. and new this morning police are taking steps to drum up new leads into a camden county woman's disappearance and death two years ago. matt delucia is live in gloucester township with more. what can you tell us? >> reporter: vai, carol wright's body was found not far from this apartment complex on lower landing road. now two years later there are still very few answers. the biggest question what really happened and the office
put out details in hopes someone may remember something. she was last seen june 20 2013 and her body was found four days later. investigators are treating this as a criminal investigation and as of now this hasn't even been declared a homicide since the circumstances surrounding her death is undetermined. waiting two years with no answers has not been easy. >> we strongly believe that there is more information to be found found, and we are so grateful to someone who can think back where they were that day and maybe have more information that they don't realize is important. >> reporter: as of now, two years later her death is still labeled as suspicious. there is a $20,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in this case. live in gloucester township i'm
matt delucia, nbc 10 news. officers arrested one of the men suspected of carrying out a home invasion. this happened at 59th street near turner where police say two men smashed into the door of a house on walnut street. police are searching for a second suspect and we'll pass along new information as we get it. philadelphia police are investigating after someone shot and killed a man in the city's wissinoming section. a man believed to be in his 20s was shot twice around 2:30 this morning and police have not made any arrests and police are looking into a shooting that sent two people to the hospital and this happened at 11th and styles just before 4:00 a.m. the victims drove themselves to hahnemann hospital and they parked their car riddled with bullet holes right in front. this is the car that we're talking about and investigators are still looking for the gunmen
in this case. in camden an overnight shooting sent one man to the hospital there. the victim was shot once in the chest on north 33rd street and he was taken to cooper university hospital and no word on his condition and there are foe arrests there. also in camden investigators are looking into the cause of a fire at this industrial building. crews tell us flames were shooting from the roof of the colonial processing building along south sixth street and no reports of injuries there. police are still searching for two gunmen who opened fire on a crowd of people during a block party in west philadelphia. ten people were injured including three children. this happened saturday night on ogden street. witnesses told police two men drove by and fired a shotgun down the block. police say the youngest victim was just 18 months old. >> he's doing great, thank god. the hospital did a good job. he opened the doors and there was nothing, but blood and it's
just ridiculous. >> all victims went to the hospital hospital. eight are back home this morning and two are still being treated at penn presbyterian medical center. they're expected to be okay. no word yet on a motive. we now know more about a deadly crash that killed a pedestrian in pensauken, camden county, last night. this is not a hit and run. the driver who hit the pedestrian near drexel road did remain at the scene. police have not said what caused the crash. and this morning police in south jersey think a serial drugstore robber has struck again. these are surveillance photos of the man as he held up the cvs on center square road friday night. he took a customer hostage and stated he was going to shoot or kill her if the pharmacy technician did not get her all of the oxycodone that was in the store. the technician did as he was asked and no one was hurt. investigators tell us they
believe the same man is responsible for a pair of recent right aid robberies in logan township and in haddenfield. anyone with any information if you recognize this person you are asked to call police. we have new information about this train that smashed the car in newark delaware late last night. investigators say a 76-year-old man was driving that car. two police officers noticed him inside the car while the train signal lights were flashing and the officers got him out just before the train hit the car and investigators are looking into the wreck, but they say alcohol was not a factor and they haven't filed any charges. new this morning the delaware department of agriculture is taking steps to prevent the spread of flu. that means no ducks or geese. exhibitions of quail, pheasants and turkeys and other birds will still take place. and a brewery in pittsburgh is honoring the late penn state
football coach joe paterno with a special beer. the did you cane brewing company said the vienna-style lager will be available in august. penn state fired paterno amid the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal. in january the ncaa restored 111 wins that had been taken away as punishment from the scandal making paterno the winningest coach with 409 victories. zeroing in. up next the new clues that could be leading authorities closer to two prison escapees who have been on the run for more than two weeks. plus show of solidarity. the community comes together following last week's church massacre as we learn new details about the alleged gunman. if you think it's hot today, just wait believe tomorrow. i'm tracking the record heat and our next chance for storms. that's just ahead.
we have new information on the search for those two escaped killers. new york state police will hold a briefing in just under an hour from now after another possible sighting. today a law enforcement manhunt is centered near owls head and mountain view in upstate new york a remote area 30 miles west of the prison where the men escaped. the search for david sweat and richard matt intensified after someone was seen running from a cabin late last night. the owner reported a break-in. this is new video from owls
head. residents have seen helicopters flying overhead and checkpoints have been set up on area roads there. the local district attorney is asking residents to be vigilent. sweat and matt have been on the run for more than two weeks after they used power tools to escape from the correctional facility in upstate new york. five days after the church massacre, charleston south carolina, is still reeling from the horrific losses and it is beginning its first steps toward recovery. nbc's craig melvin has an update. >> reporter: from heartbreak to healing, thousands took to the streets and highways of charleston walking in a massive unity chain sunday night just hours after emanuel church opened its doors for its first worship service since the tragedy. >> a lot of folks expected us to scream and to break out in a riot. well, they just don't know us.
>> among the crowd, south carolina's governor, and one of its senators and the longtime mayor of charleston. >> it broke our hearts in charleston, but it's broken hearts in america. >> some who lost family members in the attack like alona simmons there was. >> my grandfather loved charleston and to see what an example they've been to the nation his heart would just be so full. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: across the city bells tolled at many of charleston's other historic churches for nine minutes and one for each system including the church where the alleged shooter's family worshipped. >> we're in solidarity with the families who lost loved ones and they've expressed in such an open way. >> reporter: more disturbing images surfaced of 21-year-old dylann roof posing with guns
confederate flags and at many sites dedicated to the history of the confederacy. there is a 2500-word manifesto that perhaps lays out his motive for mass murder. sources have attributed it to roof but it has not been verified by nbc with passages including, quote someone has to have the bravely to take it to the real world and i guess that has to be me. roof's obsession with the battle flag has pet. >> that was nbc's craig melvin reporting. this morning we are learning that the leader of the white supremist group linked to dylann roof has donated tens of thousands of dollars to republican campaign including presidential candidates and there are reports that earl holt made contributions to rand paul rick santorum and ted cruz. last night cruz said he'll be returning the money. cruz will be cleaning
graffiti off of a memorial that memorializes the confederacy. the statue is covered in red spray paint that says black lives matter and this is the problem. #racism. city workers covered it with a tarp and police are investigating who is responsible. a levy breach in southern oklahoma caused this massive flooding that washed out roads and sent rivers flowing into normally dry areas. the u.s. corps of engineers said the levy breach is crippling the area and no one there was hurt. now to missouri where flooding washed out roads and bridges for the first time in a month. a river overflowed its banks yesterday afternoon sending water rushing out to land and businesses were forced to close and residents were not worried about what could happen if they get more rain. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with chief meteorologist
glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> we've had more than our share of rain this month. last month we were talking about a potential drought and now it's too wet. we've got near record heat coming during the day tomorrow if you think it's hot today it will be way hotter and more humid tomorrow. we have storms coming in on tuesday and some of them could be pretty strong and relief on wednesday. relief from the heat, humidityiy and the storms coming on wednesday. a lot of sunshine out there now. 84 degrees and the humidity is not that bad at west-northwest at 9 miles an hour and we're three degrees warmer than we were at this time yesterday when we hit 91 degrees. so we're talking about 92 degrees today. 96 degrees tomorrow. the record for tomorrow is 97 set in 1888 and we'll be very close to that. already in 84 in philadelphia and 85 in horsham and kenneth square.
one of the places as usual. oxford, 79 and doylestown at 80 degrees and like we're showing youshgs the northwest wind keeping a land breeze and it's 83 at avalon and 84 beach haven where the wind direction was out of the southeast it would be in the 70s. there's nothing on the radar, we don't expect much of anything and maybe a shower up toward the poconos later today. this is the system we'll be watching for the threat of storms tomorrow. it's about to hit chicago this afternoon and it will be all sorts of nasty weather there. the highest risk for severe storms during the day tomorrow is across much of pennsylvania counties and the delaware valley down toward northern delaware and that would be generally in the afternoon as you'll see. futurecast doesn't show much at all except perhaps a shower up toward the poconos. later this afternoon, nothing this evening and nothing overnighed tonight and nothing tomorrow morning other than the heat and humidity building up
and here comes this line of storms. it looks like it may come through very quickly and we're not talking about a lot of rain but we are talking about potentially really strong and possibly damaging wind gusts as that line goes down to the south and by 5:00 6:00 tomorrow it's already just about totally through the area. if it comes down faster it will be less likely to be severe because we won't have the peak heating times through the day and tomorrow night it's dry, wednesday it's dry and really comfortable. by 2:00 88 degrees, and then into the low 90s during the day today. tonight it doesn't really cool down that much. we're in the 7 s here in philly and near 80 very quickly tomorrow and then by 1:00 this computer model has us as high as
97 and that would be tying a record, but very hot across much of the area and very humid. during the day today, temperatures up near 90 degrees even with the heat it's just not that humid, and so it's a little bit more tolerable, but tomorrow it's a different story. 96 degrees, possibly even a little bit higher in some parts of the area and with the much higher humidity and then that brief, but gusty thunderstorm during the afternoon and then wednesday it's still warm but the humidity is way down. then the weather pattern starts changing, and it looks like we're going to have a fairly wet pattern toward the end of the week and into the weekend. that will help keep temperatures down as well and have us ending out june exceptionally wet. all right, thank you, glenn. still ahead, we just found out about the headline act for a
hope in philadelphia. jeffrey jones is the philadelphia community manager and he's here with one of the men being recognized at tonight's event. gentlemen, thank you for being here. tell me about the community and why you are honoring them. >> black men are doing great things in the community, but the story wasn't being told. in order to uplift the stories put them on the national platform to give them the exposure and opportunity to continue to be successful and now we're at the point we're recognizing and celebrating theirám suleman. >> why is this important and specifically for the african-american community. >> it's important because they're valuable assets and they're not the hated and the hunted. they're doing more patriotic things and starting more businesses and starting more entrepreneurship endeavors and
helping their communities in ways that are not being told and we want to change the narrative and uplift the truth and being continually successful and it's important for us to have that out there. >> suleman, first of all, congratulations on being one of the recipients of this award. tell us about the award and tell us what winning this award mineeans to you. >> i'm very excited to be a part of bme and the people honored. here in philadelphia we built a network over the years with a mission to engage and empower and connect philadelphia's businesses and civic leadership engaging community and civic involvement, to empower them to advance on their careers and to connect people who share interests and what it means just to be a part of this network that's promoting black male assets in the community and amplifying the great work in the community and making sure it's
front and center and we appreciate 10 doing that today. >> given race relations and without asking you guys a comment and obviously, there have been police shootings of unarmed blackmen and of course the shooting in the church in charleston. what do you want people to learn from this? >> we want to first send our prayers and well wishes to those families particularly in charleston in light of that situation, but we want them to also understand that hate that happens in those situations isn't the hate that we should have portrayed in our society. we're an asset-bound community and we want to lift up the good steward sps in spite of the tragedy that happened there there's hope in that community and there's healing that can come from that and a lot of that help and healing will be done by the black men in those communities that will come together and do things that will be beneficial for those people. >> i congratulate you on these
events tonight, bme leader induction ceremony. it's happening at the african-american history museum. for more information go to the website at nbc 10.com or check out the nbc 10 app and we'll direct you where we need to be. jeffrey jones and suleman rackman, thank you very much. good luck to you. >> thank you. blunt talk about racism in america. what president obama is saying in the aftermath of last week's church massacre in south carolina and the word he's using to help prove his point. plus up close and personal. inside a shark's mouth. the video of a shark encounter that may give you the chills this morning.
local leadersm-q# arrived there around 8:30 this morning in rome time. they'll take care of final details for the global event and pope francis' visit in september. police are hoping to drum up new leads in the disappearance and death of a camden county woman. carol reeves' body was found in gloucester township. authorities put up a youtube video today with an explanation of what they do know. they are still calling her death suspicious. philadelphia police are searching for the person who shot and killed a man in the wissinoming section. a man believed to be in his 20s was shot twice there early this morning. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> sunny and getting warmer outside. here is a live look at boathouse row overlooking the schuylkill river in philadelphia. it's clear, though. nbc 10 first alert chief
meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz here with the forecast. >> it is definitely going to be a hot day, but not especially humid for this time of the year. that's coming tomorrow along with even more heat but not a cloud in the sky out there and for this time of the year with temperatures rising like that that doesn't happen a whole lot. just shows you how dry the atmosphere is overall. it's also 84 degrees in northeast philly 83 in wilmington and 84 degrees in millville and in georgetown and right at the boocheaches it's 80s, too, because it's a land breeze. we don't expect anything of significance today and maybe a shower up toward the poconos and this is significant and a pretty strong system approaching chicago and it will play a role in our weather for tomorrow and not for today. no showers and storms near 90 degrees and the humidity down from the typical 90-degree day, but it's going to go way back up
tomorrow andwell we'll see how hot it will get with the seven-day in a few minutes. thank you, glenn. and president obama is using the n-word to make his case that the united states over racism. in a podcast the president weighed in on the debate over race that has erupted since the charl tons church massacre where nine african-american church members were killed. president obama said racism, we are not cured of it and it's not just a matter of not saying the n-word in public. search and rescue crews found the bod of a white house chef who has been missing since earlier this month. authorities found walter sheefs' body. crews located his body two miles
down the base of the trail where he was believed to be hiking. sheeb was the executive chef at the white house for more than a decade. today four daughters of the late bb king are expected to appear in a las vegas courtroom over claims that their father's business manager stole from him and endangered his health. they claim the manager denied the so-called king of the blues proper medical care and changed the locks in his house so he died without family or friends by his side. the famed musician died in may. he was 89 years old. the former u.s. representative jesse jackson, jr., is now back home after being released from a baltimore halfway house this morning. he'd been living there since his release from an alabama prison in march. jackson was serving time for spending money on campaign personal items. a "star wars" actor was
arrested after investigators say he led south carolina deputies on a high-speed chase. investigators say jake lloyd was driving 100 miles an hour before driving off i-95 near charleston. they say he drove through a fence and kept on speeding along a parallel road and stopped after hitting some trees and was immediately arrested. lloyd starred as a young darth have aed vader vader in "star wars" episode 1. to fund amtrak and improve our nation's infrastructure. new jersey senators corey booker and bob menendez will discuss the railroad reform enhancement and efficiency act. a bill is expected next week. the legislation would authorize more than $1.6 billion a year over the next four years and an additional $570 million in grant money would be made available for the the work on the northeast corridor. and defense secretary ash
carter says the u.s. will contribute weapons and force nato as it helps russia and other extremists. carter spoke after he arrived in berlin early this morning and he says the u.s. is deeply committed committed in europe and he laid a wreath outside the holocaust memorial. a scuba diver had a seriously closen counter with a shark. the curious shark tried to take a bite out of an underwater camera last week. the divers were swimming in federal waters interacting and each petting these tiger sharks. despite the close call none of the divers were hurt. and new information this morning on apple's new streaming music service. the tech giant is changing its tune about paying artist royalties after harsh words from singer taylor swift. apple says it now plans to pay royalties to artists and record labels during a free three-month
trial period. this after the burks county native announced a few days ago saying she'll hold back her new album "1989" from apple music. she criticized apple for its initial decision not to pay royalties until the subscription service begins. in that post titled to apple, love taylor. she says in part i find it to be shocking disappointing and completely unlike this historically progressive and generous company. ♪ ♪ just a short time ago we found out maroon 5 will be performing on the atlantic city beach this summer. the band will take the stage august 16th with special guests nick jonas and the voice runner-up matt mcandrew. this will be one of two shows. tickets will go on sale this
friday. lady antebellum performed on the beach and that was a free show. happening now, summer is here and many philadelphia city pools are open for swimming. >> officials say during the next two weeks will poohs will open daily until all 70 pools are open. this map showing the 12 locations that opened in the past hour from fox chase to francisville and several locations in between. nbc 10 was there friday when city leaders marked the opening of the first pool for the summer of 2015 season at amanda rec center. for a complete schedule of pool openings head over to nbc 10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. coffee talk. the new findings that show why americans are spending more on their java, but drinking less. the heat's on and i'm tracking near record heat as well as our chances for storms this week. that's all just ahead.
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versus making a whole pot of coffee. nbc 10 and nbc universal are giving away money and they're giving it away to local non-profit organizations and the project is called 21st century solutions and i it is implementing new and innovative programs. nbc 10.com and eligibility requirements is listed there and the deadline is coming up next week july 3rd. switching gears now we turn to the city of chester, pennsylvania, where violence crime and economic hardship are sadly just a way of life there. the delaware county community has one of the highest per capita murder rates in the country and they are making positive change in chester. she's here with tazlene goodman and they both represent the mothers in charge standing for peace and justice, the chester, pennsylvania, location.
tell us what you're doing to help improve conditions there. >> basically, the situation and the city of chester is like so many cities across the country. we are dealing with the influx of guns as well as senseless murders. therefore, we've decided to work with mothers in charge dorothy johnson is the executive director to work with other organizations like mothers across the nation making a differences are difference as well as women of strength to request from our legislators that homicide is labeled as a public health epidemic. >> mothers in charge took part in a naturally in washington d.c., tell me about that trip and what you learned from that experience. >> what i learned from that experience is that a lot of hard work goes into organizing any type of event. the best part about it was that the children were able to be present and to see that there are steps that go along with making, you know a better
situation for them to live in. it doesn't just happen overnight. >> nicole, what are some of the ways that your organization as well as the mayor's office are working to change the future in chester. basically, in terms of mothers in charge they do a lot of grief support, you know going out into the community and really supporting mothers and families who have lost children to senseless violence. also we have a mother's organization, women of strength united for change that go into schools and assist with families and as a liaison, we have something called called listen sessions where we afford residents the opportunity to discuss some of their issues and we try to work together in terms of resolution and even our downtown area if you haven't driven through chester and you should see some of the amazing work that go into a project that we are classifying that chester
made. no longer are our gates shut and chester is opening up but we need legislators to work with us in terms of declaring homicide as a public health epidemic. i'm assisting with the victims crime compensation helping our health institutions like the chesters as well as the chester upland school district and we also have safe quarters where there are men up and down chester ensuring that our children make it to and from school safe. if you want to get something done you get moms involved. >> yes. >> there will be more information at open mike's internet cafe at 512 avenue of the states in chester and it starts at 6:00 p.m. and open to the public. nicole and tazlene, appreciate you coming. we wish you well and wish you
luck. >> nbc 10's first alert weather with glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> we didn't have many 90-degree days and we may very well have one of those 90-degree days today and then your record heat tomorrow is definitely going to be into the 90s tomorrow. plus our humidity and that is also going to help trigger some thunderstorms and then we have relief coming in on wednesday from the heat from the humidity and from the thunderstorms. another view from outside our studio and not a cloud in the sky in that direction. 84 degrees and west-northwest at 9 miles an hour. and we are in the 80s just about everywhere except for mount pocono at 73 and we've seen cooler weather at the shore so far this month, but not today because wind is blowing out of
the northwest and that's why it's 83 in avalon and it cools off in delaware at 77 degrees and the wind is coming in off of delaware bay. the ocean temperature is 64 degrees and now look at the amounts of rain that we've had. remember, may was exceptionally dry and we're talking about a potential drought and now over five inches of rain in philadelphia and over nine inches of rain in wilmington delaware, and already one of the wettest mays or junes ever recorded in wilmington and we've got a lot more rain coming by the end of the month as you'll see in the seven day. we've got nothing on the radar right now and we're not expecting rain today and this system is racing through the midwest and about to hit chicago and that should be affecting our area during the day tomorrow and we have a risk of severe thunderstorm during the day would be generally wind gust issues and it will be very
brief. we're not talking about tremendous amounts of rain and it could be heavy for a brief period of time and that's about it. this afternoon, temperatures headed up near 90 degrees and we don't see anything in the way of clouds or showers. by tonight, temperatures not dropping a whole lot. we've got a southwest wind coming in and that will really warm things up and by noon tomorrow we could be to 90 degrees already and then here comes this line of showers and storms and just look how fast that comes through. that's 3:00, it drops the temperature from the mid-90s to the mid-70s like that. just as that line of storms comes down and it just did that in millville, too. by 4:00 it could be well south of much of the area so at the peak heating time of the day this front may already be past much of the region. so that could help us in lowering the threat of severe storms, but we'll have to keep
an eye on that because the thing is moving pretty fast and it's got a lot of energy and a lot of wind with it and then by wednesday, temperatures are in the 60s in the morning and we're barely into the upper 70s by 1:00 in the afternoon. totally different day on wednesday. sunny and hot today, but not too humid. high temperatures up around 90 degrees and several places getting into the 90s and if we do that after the 91 we had yesterday and that would ensure that tomorrow we'll get an official heat wave. 96 degrees and the record is 97 set in 1888. high humidity and that brief thunderstorm in the afternoon, and then not really cool on wednesday, but much lower humidity and no rain out there. and the rain does come in once this pattern sets back up late this week and it looks like it will be a wet weekend and maybe into early next week.
>> all right, thank you, glenn. tomorrow only on nbc 10.com get all of your health questions answered without leaving your home or your office. it's the cooper university healthcare healthy you monthly webinar and tomorrow it will feature dr. laura picciano covering wellness and prevention topic related to every age and every stage of a woman's life from reproductive health to managing stress to hormone changes. even tips on preventing skin cancer. we certainly do like to get that tan and we're active we're out there and playing sports and getting involved with sunscreen products that we like to use and use religiously, but the problem is we need to apply them often and take care of our skin for the prevention of damage and skin cancer. >> tomorrow's webinar is free and open to everyone. sign up now on our website, nbc 10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. we'll be right back.
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