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"you're watching local 5 news midday. .we are iowa's most accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." sam today is going to be a busy day of weather with rain, freezing rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to be a big problem for northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in the metro, we should see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a rain/snow mix possible through the evening. western and southwest iowa has the best chance of seeing freezing rain during the morning and afternoon hours. highs today should climb into the upper 30s and lows tonight will fall near 30. tuesday we are going to still see a few snow showers during the day but the winds will pick up and blow some of that snow around. we dry out wednesday through the rest of the week with temperatures slowly climbing back into the 40s thursday through the weekend. sabrina: also coming up on local five news midday.... donald trump is feeling the heat following several controversial incidents last week-- sabrina: local 5's nikki davidson has some tips to help you save money and stay safe during your online shopping adventures this cyber monday sabrina:
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and-- the case of 17 year-old laquan mcdonald who was shot 16 times by a chicago police officer continues today-- with officer jason van dyke facing a judge today in court. "local 5 news midday in hd starts now. we are iowa" sabrina good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm sabrina ahmed. sabrina meteorologist sam schreier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: today is going to be a busy day of weather with rain, freezing rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to be a big problem for northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in the metro, we should see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a rain/snow mix possible through the evening. western and southwest iowa has the best chance of seeing freezing rain during the morning and afternoon hours. highs today should climb into the upper 30s and lows tonight will fall near 30.
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tuesday we are going to still see a few snow showers during the day but the winds will pick up and blow some of that snow around. we dry out wednesday through the rest of the week with temperatures slowly climbing back into the 40s thursday through the weekend. sabrina: we have a few
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winter travel safety tips. make sure your tire pressure is good. have at least a gas to help prevent gas line never use cruise roads. weather reports and let others in case something happens. and it's a good winter weather vehicle. includes things flashlight, blankets, water and a first aid kit. sabrina: morning...the hearings over the bakken expected to county... sabrina: board is in the middle of evidentiary hearings on the proposed bakken pipeline. if approved the cut the state in half, and transport oil illinois. meanwhile, concern that the hearings in boone county are irrelevant. access is
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already acting like it has approval for the project, by handing out contracts and stockpiling pipes near newton. once the evidentiary hearings are complete in iowa, there is no set timeline for hte utilities board to make a decision. sabrina: iowans are still concerns over the proposed oil braving the the weekend to protest.. dozens of people saturday...all from iowa 350, a local chapter of a national group workjing to address climate change. the protestors iowa utilities the it could hurt water "[take sot duration:0:12]sot< 15:52:06> iowa350 " sabrina: the pipeline could face a company project needs approval from crosses. south dakota regulators are set to decide if
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bakken construction to happen in that state today. sabrina: fort dodge authorities are destroyed a police vehicle... sabrina: over the weekend, a mobile speed unit car was found in flames.... they say the unit was located at the 3400 block of 5th avenue south.... police responded to call of a vehicle fire in that area and found the unit fully engulfed. the cause of the but it has been supicous... fort dodge police are asking anyone who may have seen what happened... to contact them... sabrina: des moines police investigating the city's 17th year. police were intersection of around 1-30 sunday morning. there, they found two men lying in the paramedics rushed them to 21-year-old edmanuel perez shooting, while boyd is now in police cleared nightclubs and for evidence, to determine a suspect.
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moines police we've got a scene in an that densely populated, it's difficult for us to secure quickly and secure it. so, getting everyone out of there as fast as we can is one of the techniques we use to make sure we preserve sabrina: the street was morning. so far no suspects have police are calling it an incident. sabrina: in your local election headquarters now-- sabrina: republican candidate donald trump is -- he mocked that physical disability -- and forced to make a rare canceling a conference with religious leaders. abc's tom llamas trump campaign. trump canceling a high publicized press forced to backtrack. trump press release announcing the event scheduled for today includes: 100 african american evangelical pastors and religious leaders who will endorse the gop frontrunner. but on sunday the trump campaign reversed course after a majority of the
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clergy members refused to endorse him. [gfx] in a statement the campaign saying: this is not a press event. and that now ?not all but only a number of attendees are expected to endorse mr. trump's campaign for president. the initial announcement from the trump campaign sparked a social media backlash. one prominent pastor tweeting:"prostitutes for trump...don't let the black pulpit become a pole." sot-trump 12:51:12 --sarasota "i don't think we're going to fall, because i don't fall and you don't fall. we don't fall. (applause)" trump, now digging in first refusing to accept there's no in new jersey celebrating on 9/11 on television. trump, now digging in first refusing to proof muslims in new jersey were television.
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sot-trump on mtp 09;07;47 "i've had hundreds of people call in and tweet in on twitter saying that they saw it and i was 100 percent right." reporter with a disablilty when he did this: sot-trump "now, the poor guy - you've got to see this guy, 'ah, i don't know what i said! i don't remember!' that reporter? the new york times' serge kovaleski, who has a chronic condition affecting his joints that limits flexibity in his arms. trump claims he didn't remember meeting him. sot-trump 13:27:00 "i would never mock a person that has difficulty. i would never do that. " but one of kovaleski's former colleagues tells abc news she was introducted to trump by kovaleski. sot-suzy parker 15;55;00;28 "i have zero question that he knew serge by his first name, tag: in his defenese of watching muslims celebrate on 9/111-he cclaims he has an incredible memory but when it comes to kovaleski trump says he can't be expected to remember people he dealt with 30 years ago in the 80's." sabrina: in other news on the campaign trail-- as world leaders work to build a coalition to fight the terror group isis ... ... one republican presidential candidate says the u-s must commit more troops to the middle east. senator lindsey graham spoke from iraq during a tour with fellow g-o-p senator john mccain. graham says if the u-s leads a regional force to fight isis in syria, it would find support from arab leaders. sabrina: "i'm suggesting that we create a regional army to go into syria because there's nobody left in syria to destroy isil. and if we don't destroy isil in syria they're going to hit the american homeland." sabrina: graham and mc- cain both said syrian president bashar al-assad should be removed from power.
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mccain also warned if the u-s doesn't fight isis in the middle east, the terror group will bring the fight to u-s soil. sabrina: and back here in iowa-- sabrina: with the recent terrorism happening across the world, eastern iowa islamic leaders from the iowa city mosque are denouncing terrorism and educating on the muslim faith. the mosque's imam e-mom spoke to a full room inside of the iowa city public library sunday. he explained the islamic faith and its purpose....and compared the definition of terrorism to the faith's beliefs to show that all of the recent violent acts are condemned. imam bilal says talking about help end some of the fear surrounding it. "[take sot to: 0:13 duration:0:13]sot imam molhim bilal " sabrina: bilal ended his speech with the statement, "the religion of islam and its followers of it, condemns and disassociates itself from every terrorist attack, and every
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sabrina: local 5 news midday... iowa state has hired a new head find out why he was chosen, coming up-- sabrina: and... today in paris-- world leaders discuss clean intiatives-- : but next.... find out how you during your shopping trips season--
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"your watching local 5 news midday in hd with sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast. this is local 5 midday. we are iowa" sabrina: the weekend wasn't just about holiday gift shopping, around the metro families gift shopping, around the metro families also picked up their christmas trees... "chainsaw sound " sabrina:
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howell's tree farm in cumming says the weekend after thanksgiving is the busiest time for them. with 25 hundred trees on 50 acres, hundreds of people stop by to find the perfect one. and with so many different shapes and sizes, they have tips on how to find the right one for you. "measure your space. make sure you don't get anything that's too big. you might even want to bring a tape measure with you. look for one that's got good color, no brown tips, a fairly straight trunk. we like a very full one, is what we do. full and about 7 to 8 foot tall." sabrina: many of the trees have already been picked out, so they say the sooner you come, the better. sabrina: with the holiday shopping season underway, police urge shoppers to be aware of thieves and pickpockets.. the flooded stores and malls are an opportune time for criminals, as they take advantage of distracted shoppers. authorities recommend that anyone out shopping should be aware of their surroundings, and be aware of suspicious behavior...
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carry a lot of make sure that if you leave gifts in them up or put them in your trunk. sabrina: can get quite expensive. and for needy the metro, it may be difficult to celebrate. for tots toy drive helps to change that.... they set up all across the metro like this one at the bass pro shop in collect new need. for a link to more drop off our website, we are iowa dot com. sabrina sam is back now... sam today is going to be a busy day of weather in the forecast for be a big problem for nearly 6 to 9 inches northwest iowa. the during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: today is going to be a busy day of weather with rain, freezing rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to be a big problem for northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in the metro, we should see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a rain/snow mix possible
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through the evening. western and southwest iowa has the best chance of seeing freezing rain during the morning and afternoon hours. highs today should climb into the upper 30s and lows tonight will fall near 30. tuesday we are going to still see a few snow showers during the day but the winds will pick up and blow some of that snow around. we dry out wednesday through the rest of the week with temperatures slowly climbing back into the 40s thursday through the weekend. sam:
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sabrina still to come on
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midday... cyber monday holiday shopping chorus is on
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cane concert! hearings over the bakken pipeline expected to ramp up in boone county... sabrina: the iowa utilities board is in the middle of evidentiary hearings on the proposed bakken pipeline. if approved the project would cut the state in half, and transport oil from north dakota to illinois. meanwhile, there's a growing concern that the evidentiary hearings in boone county are irrelevant. some say dakota access is already acting like it has approval for the project, by handing out contracts and stockpiling pipes near newton. once the evidentiary hearings are complete in iowa, there is no set timeline for hte utilities board to make a decision. sabrina: iowans are still voicing their concerns over the proposed oil pipeline...even braving the weather over the weekend to protest.. dozens of people
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in cedar rapids rallied saturday...all from iowa 350, a local chapter of a national group workjing to address climate change. the protestors called on the iowa utilities board to reject the pipeline...saying it could hurt iowa's land and water "[take sot to: 0:12 duration:0:12]sot< 15:52:06> cheryl valenta iowa350 " sabrina: the pipeline could face a setback later today....the company proposing the project needs approval from all four states that the pipeline crosses. south dakota regulators are set to decide if they'll allow bakken construction to happen in that state today. sabrina: fort dodge authorities are investigating a fire that destroyed a police vehicle... sabrina: over the weekend, a mobile speed unit car was found in flames.... they say the unit was located at the 3400 block of 5th avenue south.... police responded to call of a vehicle fire in that area
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and found the engulfed. the cause of the but it has been deemed supicous... fort dodge police are asking anyone who may have seen what happened... to contact them... sabrina: des moines police investigating the year. police were intersection of third and court around 1-30 sunday morning. there, they found two men lying in the street. paramedics rushed them to the hospital. 21-year-old died after the shooting, while boyd is now in the hospital. police cleared nightclubs and for evidence, to help them suspect. moines police department: "when we've got a scene in an area like that, that's that densely populated, it's difficult for us to secure quickly and secure it. so, getting everyone out of there as fast as we can is one of the techniques we use to make sure we preserve that evidence." sabrina: the street was reopened sunday morning. so far no suspects have been named, but
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sabrina iowa youth chorus candy cane concert maureen korte and guests december 5 at 3:00 pm first christian church 2500 university ave usa ages 3 - 18 www.iowayouthc horus.org or call 515-262-8312 " you're watching
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local 5 news midday in today is going to be a busy day of weather rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a local 5 news sabrina ahmed. sabrina: another top story today-- sabrina: today the man accused in that deadly shootout at a colorado springs planned clinic makes his appearance. we're also learning more about the three abc's megan hughes has details. while investigators process the snowy scene outside the colorado springs planned parenthood clinic--the victims' families process the lives lost.
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stewart was an iraq war vet. his brother leyonte says stewart took a phone call outside the clinic and was among the first to be hit, running back to tell others to take cover. for the gunman. why? you didn't even more body parts - my brother wasn't for abortion, he wasn't participating in abortion 35-year-old jennifer markovsky was a the third victim--police officer 44-year garrett swasey was also a pastor at police say the alleged gunman-57 year old--robert dear made hostile comments about planned parenthood being held without
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appear in sabrina: other national morning... continued this chicago over the of 17-year-old mcdonald. ramped up after released that police officer jason van dyke mcdonald 16 they called on make comprehensive change and a justice department investigation into chicago police. van dyke will appear before a judge later today. sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: today is going to be a busy day of weather with rain, freezing rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to be a big problem for northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling hours today and evening and off and on afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in
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northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in the metro, we should see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a rain/snow mix possible through the evening. southwest iowa has seeing freezing rain during the morning highs today should climb into the upper 30s and lows tonight will fall near 30. tuesday we are going showers during the pick up and blow some of that snow around. we dry out wednesday through the rest of the week with temperatures slowly climbing back into the 40s thursday through the weekend.
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the weekend. sabrina: we have a few winter travel safety tips. buckle up . make sure your tire pressure is good. have at least a half a tank of gas to help prevent gas line freeze-up. never use cruise control on icy roads. watch local 5 weather reports and let others in case happens. idea to keep a kit in your make sure it includes things like a shovel, flashlight, blankets, water and a first aid kit. sabrina: the president joins other world leaders in paris today for the "cop-21" climate change conference.. over the next several days, of state will reductions in emissions. so far, president already met with
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president vladimir putin and indian prime minister modi. meanwhile -- there have been small clashes between protesters and police officers near one of the city's main squares... some in the crowd threw items at the police -- who responded with tear gas. sabrina: also at the cop- 21 summit today in paris-- microsoft co- founder bill gates announced a multi-billion dollar clean energy initiative. " you need the innovation so that the cost of clean is as low or ideally lower than coal-based energy generation. and that's why the science is so exciting now-it is risky, but basic research from governments, plus entrepreneurs like this group of 28 that includes tthe university of california. i think that lays the foundation " sabrina: and overnight the national security agency was expected end its sweeping collection of americans' phone records... the
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controversial program began 14-years ago under president george w. bush... and was kept secret until edward snowden leaked its existence in 20-13. the u-s-a freedom act gave the n-s-a 180 days to transition to different surveillance methods. that period expired sunday. now, the n-s-a must now get a warrant or court order to collect phone data. sabrina: and back here in iowa-- a decision has been made, an iowa state will officially have a new head football coach today... jamie pollard has made a deal with toledo head coach matt campbell to become the school's 32nd coach. many experts are calling this a home run hire for iowa state... sabrina/fs athletic director jamie pollard had this to say about campbell in a statment sunday: "matt's coaching and playing achievements are extraordinary, but we were even more impressed by his character, leadership and commitment to his family... pollard went on to say..."we are truly blessed to have one of the industry's rising stars lead our football program." our very own cy-hawk analyst jeff woody says a guy like campbell appears to be a perfect fit for
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the cyclones... "so i really like the hes a guy that likes to run the football. toledo's been in the past two seasons. like about campbel is that he's not a conventional recruiter, where he does have a system that he wants to recruit guys to, but he's also not opposed to taking transfers, taking juco guys, and play the same game those guys are a little differently. on the wall that this is a good hire, but we're not 100% sure yet." sabrina: on this today five...as i-s-u will conference at noon to officially name campbell the new coach. still to come on local 5 news midday... details in most accurate forecast next.
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forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: today is going to be a busy day of weather with rain, freezing rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to be a big problem for northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in the metro, we should see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a
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rain/snow mix possible western and southwest iowa has the best chance of seeing freezing rain during the morning highs today should climb into the upper 30s and lows tonight will fall near 30. to still see a few snow day but the winds will we dry out wednesday through the rest of the week with temperatures slowly climbing back into the 40s thursday through the weekend. sam:
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sabrina: on your money
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sabrina: this morning, consumers continue to deals now available at their fingertips monday... but before firing computer screens...local davidson shares some tips from an expert on high...and your risks low... those keyboard iowa state university professor doug are some things you need to be aware of to truely get the best deal... to shop around... do some research your sale of choice. 22:37:14 bring it into google, google it and find somewhere else that has it, it may be cheaper just because they drive the hype doesn't mean it's the best deal. and be careful when it comes to looking for deals in your email box..... some are just too good to be true. 29:05:05 users need to from sites you don't never heard of telling
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times they are just and beware of malware... professor those pop-ups that say you need to download something before heading to the register aren't legit. you don't need to do and say it needs to up a window. and finally... if you get a sense something went wrong and you're the victim of a cyber crime... report it immediately. 33:28:17 they want to work with you, they the quicker they know money they lose. sabrina: black friday could be dwindling... while still an important sales of factors are day's reputation the biggest discounts. according to researcher
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shopper-trak, black friday sales fell from eleven-point-six billion dollars last year to ten-point-four billion in 2015. new studies also show that more people are shopping online...with online sales jumping more than 14-percent over last year. sabrina you're watching local five news midday. we'll be back after this. sabrina:
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sabrina: about the arl - about arl the animal rescue league of iowa (arl) is iowa's largest nonprofit animal shelter, caring for many thousands of pets each year. the arl serves people and pets from across the state of iowa through its programs, which include pet adoption, humane education, pet behavior training,
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history the arl has grown dramatically since its founding in 1926 - expanding its programs that serve both people and homeless animals across iowa. the most obvious growth is the number of animals the and care for each increased from a few thousand animals a than 15,000 animals in 2013. through our proactive community spay/neuter programs, we have begun to see a number of animals we care for, but our other areas of growth include the arl's programs designed specifically to address the reasons animals end including spay/neuter, behavior training, and humane education programs. the arl's positive training program has year-round classes, as well as free behavior advice for dogs, cats,
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the shelter continues to spay and neuter all dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets and pigs that shelter. in addition to the animals that come through the arl's doors, the arl also serves the people of services. mission to promote animal welfare, strengthen the human-animal bond, overpopulation of
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today marks the end of no shave november...some of the men here on local five have been growing out their facial hair for a good cause...
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you can see how much those beards have come in over the month on local 5's facebook page... and there's still time to donate! if you'd like to help our cause-- donations will only be accepted through the no- shave website. for a link to that head to our website at we are iowa dot com. sam weather adlib: today is going to be a busy day of weather with rain, freezing rain, and snow all back in the forecast for iowa. snow is going to be a big problem for northwest iowa with nearly 6 to 9 inches expected for northwest iowa. the snow will start falling during the morning hours today and continue through the evening and off and on through tuesday afternoon. heaviest snow accumulations are going to occur in northwest iowa with amounts tapering off as you move into central iowa. here in the metro, we should see mostly rain falling scattered throughout the day with a bit of a rain/snow mix possible through the evening. western and southwest iowa has the best chance of seeing freezing rain during the morning and afternoon hours. highs today should
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