tv ABC 7 Morning News ABC November 8, 2010 5:00am-6:00am PST
i'm terry mcsweeney live in oakland, a city without mayor-elect and who just might be coming up in a live report. >> arson investigators are called to the scene of an overnight fire on the roof of an oakland school gym. >> weekend storms in the sierra makes it feel like winter. >> and storm has moved on. it looks like we'll have a cool day with sunshine, a little damp this morning but the vein over until tuesday night. >> chains are still requires required in highway 50 in sierra. but no delays at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> good monday morning. it's 5:00 and 6:00 we fell
back. >> i did have a this fall back. >> i need that had extra hour of sleep. >> i'm eric thomas. we're following developing news in oakland. at least eight people have been evacuated from their homes after a shooting that led to a gas leak in oakland just before 1:30 a man was found shot in a car in the 3100 block of hyde street. investigators say the man's car managed to roll on the front lawn of a home and appears to have hit a gas main. neighbors are being sheltered in a nearby a.c. transit bus. the man that wounded was taken to the hospitalize in grave condition. this the sixth shooting in last three days. >> classes will go on at claremont middle school in oakland but the gym will be off-limits following a fire. flames damaged the roof wall and beam on the school gym.
it happened around 1:30. one firefighter said it may have been caused by an electrical problem. arson investigators were also called to the scene. >> the alameda county registrar's office will give another tally to determine a winner in the oakland mayor's race. a surprise change in the leader. terry mcsweeney is live in oakland city hall with the latest for us. >> more ballots still need to be counted but right now jean kwan leads don perata by about 2%. it's not she was the number one pick on election day but in oakland that doesn't matter. what does matter is new way of doing things, it's called rank choice voting. this rank choice voting known as instant runoff let voters cast first, second and thirst choices. if no candidate wins 50% the
last ones are eliminated but the second and third choices are given. >> it looks like there were alliances between candidates or the voters had candidates they favored. the way the votes were shifted surprised some people. >> reporter: kwan is getting a big push from rebecca kaplan's supporters getting three times the votes than perata is. the whole point of this rank choice is to save money on runoffs. san francisco has been using it for six years. we'll get an update tally but that is not the final tally. but this afternoon we may have a good idea who the next mayor of oakland is going to be. terry mcsweeney "abc 7 news." los angeles county d.a. has widened his lead in the attorney general's race.
republican now has 26,3455 more votes than san francisco district attorney but more than one million ballots still need to be counted. they have four weeks after the election to report the final totals to the secretary of state. tomorrow san francisco supervisors will take a big step toward choosing an interim mayor. current mayor won the race for lieutenant governor and will have to vacate pretty soon. board of supervisors president says they'll introduce an ordinance for selecting an interim mayor and set a date for adopt that go process. state senator mark leno is expressing interest in the votes. >> they are sending out e-mail alerts about a man that tried to sexually assault a 15-year-old girl. here is sketch put together by the artist. investigators say it happened at ocean view park saturday morning. the girl told police the man asked her to perform a sex act.
she got away after they both lost their footing. the suspect is described as 27-33 years old and 150 pounds with dark circles around his eyes. he wore a dark baseball cap. it is now 5:05. one of two men hurt when a small plane crashed remains hospitalized with serious injuries. the single-engine plane crashed into a grassy area between two buildings shortly before takeoff. press democrat ma mark johnson of santa rosa had to taken to hospital by air ambulance but the pilot was treated and released from a santa rosa hospital. they will look into what cautioned the plane to go down. >> san jose city council will vote on asking for a credit extension to cover payments beyond december for the newly
opened terminal at mineta. they need to conserve cash flow while covering the short fall in financing. they report they are willing to extend credited past december but the city is short $107 million after a european bank pulled out. >> resorts in the high sierra are hoping this weekend's storm is a sign of early winter. two inches of snow fell on roads leading up to the mountains with two feet in the higher elevations. chains are required on highway 50. resort operators, they hoping for more. >> >> we expect to reopen on tuesday and hopefully extend. >> it's crazy. >> thanksgiving is traditional
start of the ski season skiers and snowboarders are hoping for more snow to fall in the next two and a half weeks or whether it's cold enough to make their own son. >> snowboarding will be great. >> right now our temperatures have been too warm in the overnight hours for them to make snow but with the new air mass in place possibly we could see it happen because it's not going to get much warmer. i can't believe thanksgiving are s three weeks away two and a half. let's talk about what is going on right now. if you are stepping outside check out how cool it is. 40 degree temperatures and sprinkling of low to mid-50s. and a lot of moisture hanging in the air. everybody is cooler from four degrees in half moon bay to 17 in santa rosa. six and seven in san francisco
to nine in san jose and 10 degrees cooler in concord. upper 50s half moon bay, san francisco richmond mid-50s clearlake and ukiah. everybody else in the low to mid-50s. around the monterey bay temperatures around 59 degrees in monterey. everybody else in the low to mid-60s. accu width seven-day forecast keep temperatures pretty much in the upper 50s along the coast the next couple of days. chance of rain tuesday night into wednesday morning heaviest in the north bay and then we'll start the warm temperatures up we'll be about six degrees warmer by the weekend. >> we're going to start off a live shot interstate 880 in berkeley. check out windy conditions across the benicia bridge. that was reported shortly after midnight and still windy conditions there as you make your way across the span. golden gate bridge looks good no other problems for other bay area bridges or across the san
mateo bridge. we'll head to the south bay and check out the 280 and highway 17 interchange where it's all clear right now. in the woodside area look out for closure of highway 84 until about 9:00. this is east of highway 35. thank you so much. >> still ahead drivers finally getting a bit of relief at the gas pump. >> and how the state's high unemployment is driving california billions of dollars into debt. >> and man that revolutionized of using the internet and better idea for surfing the web. >> and inside a san francisco company to see devices that will
morning 5:11 on this monday morning one day after we move the clocks back an hour. did you remember to do that? look at the ferry building did they do that. >> do you think i can see that. i need to call my eye doctor. >> it will be an hour earlier. >> expect to see some sunshine are lucky i can see the orange lights. thank you very much. >> gasoline prices have been holding steady for the past two weeks according the new survey. national average price for a gallon of regular stands at 2.83.
statewide, it's 3.09. bakersfield has the cheapest gas at 3.05. >> california's unemployment fund now broke with one in every eight workers out of a job the state is borrowing billions of dollars to pay benefits at a cost of $40 million a day. los angeles times reports that the debt now stands at $8.6 billion. it's expected to reach more than $10 billion by the end of the year. employers will see an automatic hike in their taxes of about $21 a year to help make up some of the costs. >> south of market district has seen a resurge answer of start up companies. poster company for this movement is on the cutting edge of new interactive interfaces. in this drive to discover
richard hart takes a look at it. >> imagine coming to work every day in this big space filled with all the latest displays touch screens, games most of which very few people have seen before. these people are working. helios calls themselves an interactive studio. laboratories come with revolutionary technology and these employees develop uses for them. >> ways that we have learned over the years. >> it could be for the military or for hollywood or to attract people to boost trade shows and malls. they are responsible for a growing library of gestures that are possible with multitouch interface beyond the multitouch. >> this is a gesture based wall display depending on where i am
it will cause it to appear or manipulate them using motions and gestures and movement. >> 3-d camera technology and realtime depth cameras are going to push that into a realm where you'll start to be seeing channel up channel down volume left right. and move the carets. >> what about 3-d? it's nickname is 3-d glass but it's not glass it's much thinner or lighter. you don't see glasses to see the effects. resolution is thousands of pixels pern it's thousands of hogols per inch. >> the company is barely two years old but they are responsible for many new connections between us and our devices. a really touching story. with the next step in interact ist richard hart. >> you may not have heard the phrase in a world but the
digital divide is alive and well. census shows residential use that breaks down along education levels. race is also a factor with whites and asians more likely to have high speed connections than blacks and hispanics. broadband subscriptions increased en times between 2001 and 2009. >> a man thinks he has a better idea. he has launched a new browser called rock melt. it's built on the idea that most online activity revolves around facebook and twitter. to roam one site from another to put everything on the browser window itself. they posted this youtube video on its website. there is one thing out it only works if you have a facebook account. there are many city county
workers of parade and celebration that the internet servers crashed. the system went down during the parade and didn't fully recover until after the civic ceremony ended. they confirm it was a shortage of bandwidth that caused the system to shut down the last time it occurred was 2009 where they were watching the michael jackson funeral. >> time for a look at the weather forecast. remember you are getting that extra hour's asleep so no complaints from you today. >> it's 5:00 i'm ready to go to bed. let's go outside and see what is going on so far. very busy weekend. 5:17 and we should not have any
delays at sfo. it's really clear but you can see the moisture hanging in the air. let's talk about our temperatures. you can find some of those sweaters and coats you haven't worn yet. 40 in santa rosa. napa concord, in the mid to upper 40s and low 50s for the rest of us. dampness is going to make it feel cooler than that. around the monterey bay and inland monterey at 52. let's talk about highlights three main points to this forecast drier breezes today a little more sunshine. put the umbrellas away and grab the sunglasses. cool around the bay tonight may need to use the furnace chilly inland. tuesday night we're going to have rain and heaviest is going to fall north bay. i think all of us will be touched by a little bit of it. here is what is happening. partially sunny sky low to
mid-60s today around the peninsula. a crisp day at the coast with upper 50s and breezy conditions through downtown san francisco 59. 59 sausalito and 57 at stinson beach. mid 50s ukiah and clearlake. partly sunny elsewhere and low 60s around the valleys. richmond at 59. all the way to san leandro that is the temperature spread on the east bay shore. into the east bay valleys low to mid 50s dublin at 61. around the monterey bay, upper 50s to low 60s and low to mid 50s inland. for tonight 30s in santa rosa fairfield and antioch and liver who are. rest of us in the who's. look how far the cold front has progressed. what we're seeing right now a little bit of high pressure moving in that is going to hold our weather calmly for today and more so for tomorrow and a little bit of a dry portion. here we are last night. she see how everything went
through the morning hours as we head into the afternoon sunshine mixed with clouds. tonight those clouds disappear allow us to cool significantly once again and those fast forward to about 5:00 tuesday evening. you can see some of the light rain moving through the north bay. light rain is coming in at night should make it down to the south bay but it's very light. wednesday afternoon, look for increasing sunshine. mid-50s with a lot of sunshine and then friday saturday and sunday we're looking at more sunshine even warmer weather. >> got a lot of activity in redwood city right now with a driver was speeding crashed into the left lane center divide southbound 101 approaching whipple two left lanes are currently blocked. the driver might be fleeing so look out for this. we'll keep an eye on this and how this potential hot spot is
developing. everyone else is quiet. drive time is 14 minutes as make your way westbound 880 to 101. contra costa county commute, also doing well this morning. southbound 680 on the right-hand side flows well through the san ramon valley or caldecott delay free. go to our website at www.abc7.com and it's under the bay area traffic links. >> thank you. it's now 5:21. >> next on the morning news fire investigators determine the cause of a blaze that left dozens of people in the east bay homeless. >> and qantas discovered problems with planes it ground had after a midair explosion. >> one of the chilean miners trapped underground runs in the
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welcome back. investigators say a careless smoker started a fire that left dozens of residents of an apartment complex homeless. it broke out earlier in the morning on lone tree way. several apartments were damaged. one person was taken to a hospital. minutes later they said the complex was on on fire. >> fire and everything, i just go wow grabbed what i could and got out of there. said it's time to go. >> 48 residents were initially displaced. red cross is providing shelter for 30 of them until inspectors determine if their apartments
are safe to return to. the fire caused about $200,000 in damage. >> qantas revealed that they uncovered leaks in three engines on the grounded fleets of 380 jetliners. they took six planes outs of service after an engine blew up minutes into a flight last week. jetliner made a safe landing in singapore. they conducted checks on the engines of all their airbus 3 80s which the world's largest airliners. they found oil leaks. qantas officials say the engines will be removed and replaced by other engines. one of the -- officials in haiti are planning on flying over a river that is source of cholera. it's overflowing after heavy rains from tomas. they say engineers were forced to let water pass through on the
dam. people were alerted to evacuate families and livestock. cholera is new to haiti but it has killed some 500 people and hospitalized thousands of others since it appeared last month. origins have yet to be confirmed. >> than would of the rescued chilean miners has accomplished an amazing feat. he finished the new york city marathon. he was drapd for 69 days under ground. yesterday he joined 45,000 runners for the 26-mile run through the city. >> that he is doing something. i think it's just great. it's great for everything we have. stop complaining about everything. be grateful. >> he needed ice packs on his knees for the final 12 miles.
he was trapped underground set a goal to complete the course in 6 hours. it took him 20 minutes longer than that. no one is going to quibble with that. >> congratulations well done. >> a week after the election oakland still has no mayor-elect why that could change today. >> and president obama is just wrapping up a trip to india. what his hopes are to build relationships with that asian nation. >> and budget cuts school crossing guards until a local man showed that he in had the metal to solve the problem. >> and look at boston and new york it's raining right now and 50 degrees right now. upper 40s around seattle and portland. let's take a look at those delays because they are mainly up in the new england area.
in the headlines this monday morning, eight people were forced to evacuate their homes after a shooting that led to a gas leak in oakland. it's the sixth shooting in three days. >> one of the challenges facing next mayor once a winner is announced. ballots are still being counted. >> live look from downtown san francisco, kind of damp this morning but not from rain. we get a break 24-48 hours. we'll tell you when the rain arrives and where it's headed. >> and one potential hot spot
southbound 101 approaching whipple everybody else looking good. >> monday morning back to work. i'm kristen sze. >> and i'm eric thomas. >> back to work and hour later than we did last week. that is good stuff. in the news this morning we have developing news out of oakland where neighbors remain evacuated because of a shooting that led to a natural gas leak. terry mcsweeney is live to explain to us what happened. >> the evacuees are out of their homes because of a serious of events that ended up with a car rolling on to lawn and hitting a gas pipe and causing a gas leak. take a look at this bus right over here. this is where the evacuees are right now. they are going to be brought out a truck momentarily. evacuees are on that bus. at one time there were eight and now three or four people. at the wheel of the car that
went on to that lawn was a man who had been shot. he was taken to the hospital and he is in bad shape. back to the gas leak neighbors evacuated pg&e is out here and according to the oakland police department the gas leak has been stopped. they are looking into the crime scene right now when they have it cleared people will be allowed to go back to their home. shooting this morning, by the way, is one in a series of shootings in the past three days. there have been six shootings three of the people are dead and person who was shot this morning is in very bad shape at our hospital. among the victims who were killed was a teenage boy. some of the shootings in west oakland and others in east oakland and most recent out here on the 3100 block at hyde at culver street. the scene right now people are in a.c. transit bus to keep them
warm. pg&e has capped the leak when they figure out exactly what they want to do with the evidence that is found in the car which is right behind the police car they are going to clear the area and allow people go back into their homes. oakland election officials may know today who is oakland's next mayor. a stung development late last week councilwoman jean kwan moved ahead of don perata. voit vote count joining her in the lead with 51%. that is the new rank choice voting system. if no candidate gets more than 50% last candidate drops out and those votes gets distributed to the leading candidates according to the rankings. that is how jean kwan got nuif votes but the counting continues so the results are not final
just yet. a tight race in the length congressional district heads to court. san joaquin and three bay area counties. jerry mcnerney led by a slim 548 vote margin but the race is far from settled. they are charging the signature verification process by vote by mail envelopes. >> president obama is winding up ace visit to india first stop in a ten-day visit to asia. overnight he announced the new agreement to team up with india to combat global terrorism. >> reporter: president obama is wrapping up a three-day trip to india. longest time he has spent in a foreign country since taking office. >> just in the past 90 minutes he arrived and spoke in front of the indian parliament where he
addressed several subjects. earlier in the day at another public appearance the president said the u.s. would support any role requested by india and pakistan to foster peace. nuclear armed neighbors have had a longstanding dispute over a region. he said he would back india for a permanent seat to the u.n. security council. it's one of the gestures in hopes of building a relationship with the country. >> the relationship between the united states and india bound by our shared interests and our shared values will be one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century. >> the president's next stop is indonesia. two things could postpone his trip one a volcano, the ash cancelled flights over the weekend but today flights are back to normal. the second security just in the past year president obama had to postpone a trip to the country twice because of
pressing domestic issues. more than a thousand people rallied protesting the u.s. presence in iraq and afghanistan. the white house said it is monitoring the situation but for now the trip to indonesia is on. this will be the president's second stop in a ten day trip to asia. >> back here oakland police say additional arrests could be on underway after reviewing video of protests and vandalism following the sentencing of johannes mehserle. police arrested 152 people on friday demonstrators were angered by the two-year sentence given to mehserle for the shooting death of oscar grant. he was eligible for up to 14 years. on saturday, grant's family met with supporters at an oakland baptist church to plan their next move. they want the judge removed from the bench. others are calling for citywide work stoppage in oakland
possibly sometime this week. >> police in fremont are an investigating that killed a pedestrian. it happened last night. police reopened the intersection just a couple of hours ago. investigators say a 44-year-old man was killed while crossing the street. he was not in the crosswalk when he was hit. police have questioned the driver and they say no charges are pending. it's 5:37. yesterday was a tooch touch of winter. >> no wipers but yesterday was a pretty good example of what we have look forward to. >> absolutely. nice soaking rain nice to be inside pushing papers yesterday while watching the raiders come from behind and win that game. that was pretty impressive. 5:37 as we look at live doppler
7 hd. nothing going on as the clear air cooler clear air is coming on. nothing is falling from the sky. by 8:00 sunshine and temperatures in the 40s and on a once we get to noon the sun will start warming and release some of that moisture and rise into the air and we'll see the clouds form. temperatures in the mid to upper 50s at noon. by 4:00 we'll have temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. where our highs used to peak around 3:00 3:30. now, they are going to hit around 1:30 2:00. that is where you'll find the warmest weather in the afternoon. warmest weather will be low to mid-50s around the bay and inland. upper 50s along coast where it had been breezy and kind of cool. tuesday we'll see an increase in clouds and rain. tuesday night into wednesday morning, starting wednesday we'll have increasing sunshine and warmer weather starting thursday. this accident literally reported during your report and
it's going to be bad one. westbound 580 at hacienda multiple vehicle accident. one of the cars is stuck underneath a big rig. couple lanes blocked. they are sending chp and emergency crews right now. westbound 580 as you make your way out livermore, i think that is going to be a bad spot all morning. look for alternates as you make your way through the area. you may want to consider "h" train and another injury accident at whipple still blocking the left lane. it's 5:39. >> still ahead state comes up with a supply of the drug used for o inmates but one big question they won't answer. >> muni is working aggressively to work out the glitches that are not mechanical. >> and effort to rescue abused sea gulls that are being spotted across the bay areaébébébébébébébébébébéb
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officials won't comment on where it comes from. that raises legal questions. a federal judge called off the execution of albert greenwood brown. >> a wildlife group is trying to rescue bay area sea gulls that have been spotted with beer cans. collared birds have turned up at fisherman's wharf and half moon bay. the birds have eluded attempts to capture them. the director of wild rescue says the group needs to buy a $3500 net launcher to safely catch the gulls. in the meantime wildlife officials say people should not try to catch the birds for fear they will be scared away. >> muni has seen high profile delays due to mechanical problems software glitches and human error. they report that mechanics have been reviewing the problems and
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welcome back. look at the cool colors across the california map. palm springs the warm spot is 70. we have mid to upper 50s around san diego and los angeles. increase in clouds low 60s scattered snow showers and then clearing in tahoe 59. 54 in yosemite and highway also in eureka. we're going take you to benicia where a true public private partnership is keeping school kids safe by keeping crossing guards on the job. city councilmen threw down the
challenge and a local man had the mettle to make it work. >> they brought their mettle down mere. >> ordinarily when metal is brought down it's a work of art but in benicia this scrap metal is being transformed to school crossing guards. >> it's a full-time job. but from saturdays we put out the metal guards and two or three cars deep are dropping off any metal they have. >> two weekends they have dropped off 35,000 pounds of steel aluminum and other metals. he sold the stuff for $250 a ton and lighter metals in $80 a ton. >> it's the members of our
community is the kids and it seems like the crossing guards is something that is a function that i don't want to see go away. >> this councilmember planted the seeds of joy idea after they voted to cut $16,000 out of crossing guard program. he put out a call to the community for ideas. so they say a light bulb went off in their head. everybody has metal they want to get rid of. >> it's a win-win situation they clean out the backyards and going to a good cause. >> but it got more involved than they expected. sometimes he has to pick up scrap from elderly people that can't make the trip. and he has to work his day job that moves entire houses. they are about third of the way there. he is not going to stop until the money is raised because the cause is just too important.
>> i see people driving up and down the road texting on the road using cell phones. to have the crossing guards out there is very important for the kids. >> they have been raising about $2,000 per week and about that rate they should be halfway to the $16,000 needed to keep all the crossing guards on the job. they are going to continue to do this as long as they have to. >> it's all scrap metal. >> good deal. if th the funniest side, if you drive past the station you'll see satellite dishes that is how you can tell where we are. we need those things. >> no fog this morning but there may be some tomorrow and may be a concern. look at this. we're starting to see the clear sky. it is 5:50 this morning.
you can see the earlier rise of the sun but we're talking about 4 minutes after 5:00 so you may be driving to home in the dark. let's talk about some temperatures. it is chilly this morning. we are in the 40s in santa rosa napa fairfield concord livermore, los gatos rest of us in the low 50s. monterey at 52. everybody else around the bay in the mid to upper 40s. it's going to be dry today. dry breeze and a little more sunshine. slightly warmer than yesterday. it will be cool again around the bay tonight. even chilly inland and tuesday night, we have a chance of rain greatest amount will fall in the north bay but it could slip to the south by by wednesday morning. remember last week we were 10-15 degrees above average. today we'll be anywhere from one in oakland to six degrees cooler than average in redwood city and in san francisco where we barely
get to 59 degrees. low to mid-60s in the south bay. we'll see an increase in clouds as the afternoon unfolds. low 60s for the most part along the peninsula. upper 50s with breezy conditions along the coast. 62 in south san francisco. upper 50s from bodega bay and low 50s through the north bay valleys. 59 in richmond and low to mid-60s along the east bay shore. 59 in monterey. 57 in carmel. i want to show you where it's going to be 30s antioch napa and santa rosa 40 degree weather for the rest of us. seven-day forecast, look for the rain to move into the north bay probably after sunset tomorrow and it should be out of our neighborhoods by sunrise on wednesday. look for an increase of sunshine on wednesday much warmer through the weekend. >> this is a really something
westbound 580 through pleasanton multiple vehicle injury accident. west 580 approaching hacienda. slowing down to 16 miles an hour. two lanes are blocked. right lanes and it may take a while to clear. they are asking for two flatbed tow trucks. southbound at whipple earlier accident is not causing a delay on southbound 101. if you are headed through woodside on highway 84. look out. highway 84 to highway 35 lanes are closed in both directions due to wires down. that will be reopened around 9:00 this morning get the latest by going to www.abc7.com. thanks a lot. >> google is on the hunt for
more companies to acquire. >> jane king with this morning's money scope report. >> good morning. look for google to get even bigger. they want to buy more companies about the size of youtube and online ad companies. for amazon they are close to a deal of diapers.com for half a billion dollars. they would reach parents having coming back for more. >> officials from bp and halliburton well experts will be in washington today and tomorrow answering questions before a commission about the cause of the gulf explosion. based on halliburton's finding it could get heated. >> president obama told 60 minutes he is concerned the economic recovery will continue without creating enough jobs. we did see gains and s&p 500 in the fifth straight advance on
expectations that the feds. >> enough people are finding cars online and now they are making a vacation. in areas they like to visit. daytona orlando area is top spot followed by dallas baltimore and nashville and l.a. at the new york stock exchange i'm jane king. thousands of restaurants in san francisco are not getting their required annual inspections because of a shortage of food inspectors. they are supposed to have 23 food inspectors to examine more than 5,000 restaurants and food preparation facilities twice a year but the department currently has only 19 inspectors. officials say parts of north beach and outer mission are getting missed. san francisco examiner reports inspectors are only focusing on places with low scores which
require a follow-up review. bart will get serenaded this morning because of a world series bet. executive director of dallas area rapid transit or dart. he will belt out i left my heart in san francisco beginning at 6:00 a.m. at the embarcadero station. >> we see the customer appreciation but we're going to be out there greeting all the bart customers. rangers fans and people from texas, the people when they live and show up. >> when he arrived at sfo last night. southwest airlines picked up the cost of his flight to san francisco. good way to promote transit.
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