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today is saturday june 3rd, it is great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, lisa. >> hey, chris, good morning to you. we do have a good deal of cloud cover keep streaming in over the bay area. not only is it the low deck. everyone is looking at grey skies. this was really just overwhelm with the low and high clouds. low 50s san francisco, 57
mountain view, east bay hills camera, we get a perspective there of the low cloud deck and the high clouds in combination. 52 in novato. 58 in concord, mild invisible at the coast. it's not a problem. but we will look for the crowds to clear about 9:00, 10:00 some spots. by 11:00, everyone is sunny. 60 at the coast. low- to mid-'80s inland. those '80s reaching further to the east. out towards the sacramento valley. >> that means a cooler day today. i'll explain in detail coming up. there is a water warning in south san francisco of a mysterious breach at a water tank. can you see on this map where people are being told to avoid drinking the tap water. it's happening in the sunshine gardens neighborhood. abc 7 news reporter has the story. >> reporter: >> reporter: residents poured into this water bottle pick-up station off chestnut avenue in south san francisco. it's not exactly the friday we
planned, families need drinking water. >> i'm taking two, taking two for now. >> reporter: residents learned by e-mail about a breach at the smaller water tank on this hillside in sunshine gardens. >> i am afraid now to think how did they, were they able to get into the water? i thought it was safer than that. >> reporter: water officials say vandals broke a lock around the tank and sprayed graffiti. >> it was a big red jm. we don't know what that means. the police department are investigating right now. >> reporter: preliminary water quality testing doesn't show contamination as a precaution, water officials flushed out thousands of gallons of water from the tank. cal water is asking customer, not to drink the water for now. >> i am hoping to hear it's okay. now i'm leery. >> if i have to come, i guess i have to get another case. i think we can manage this. >> reporter: water officials will update the situation once
final test results are back saturday afternoon n. south san francisco, will be my rivera, abc 7 news. >> five bay area restaurants may have served ahi tuna containing hepatitis a. hawaii-based fish company recalled the tuna cubes. they came from nam and philippines and was distributed to these restaurants last month, the blue hawaii cafe, the bonito poke and the spoke shack and fenix sunday noelani's bar and grill. symptoms include fever, loss of appetite and stomach pain. no illnesses have been reported. 14 people were poisoned after eating toxics death cap mushrooms in the bay area. a new report released by the centers for disease control says three people needed liver transplants, including an 18th-month-old girl. that toddler has permanent
damage to her nervous system. they flourish in the wild during the wet winter months. a san jose basketball player arrested has been kicked off the team. terrell brown was taken into custody along with four other people in the attack one week ago. abc 7 news reporter katie marzulo has more. >> reporter: we don't believe this was a random act of violence. we believe this was premeditated. >> reporter: union city police say san jose basketball player terrell brown was a part of the group that beat up and robbed a man. they say the victim's ex-girlfriend lured him to marineer park where brown and three others attacked him and stole his belt and wallet. they were arrested using his credit card. >> he identified them. we believe the girlfriend set this all up in motion. and so we arrested her for the same crimes. >> there is youtube video of brown at a san jose basketball game posted by campus insiders
t. university released a statement that reads, terrell brown who completed his faeshman year at san jose university as a member of the men's basketball team, was dismissed from the team today following team rules. >> actually they have a lot of discipline, i would say it's kind of shocking. >> it makes me ashamed, he has the game attached to him, everything he does. >> i just hope that the basketball team contributes to the situation. >> reporter: they are charged with robbery and conspiracy. >> two men have been detained but not charged in the killing of an australian tourist visiting san francisco. police say 33-year-old matthew baath bates got into an argument yesterday morning. >> that led to a fight. police do not believe there were weapons involved. they later died at the hospital. when police arrived, they locked
down the home, not letting people leave. >> how do we get out of this hotel? the police are like, what do you want to go out? because everybody is kind of like a suspect i think. >> police detained the suspect a short time later. the australian embassy is assisting bates' family. berkeley police are asking for the public's help to solve a cold case involving a missing woman. heather plume hasn't been seen or we heard from since 2005. abc 7 news reporter has the story. >> reporter: leather bloom the a dependent adult last seen in 2005 living at this apartment complex on parker street in berkeley. police say heather and her mother visited from brooklyn but then heather stayed with her sister sherry bloom when the mom returned to new york. >> she must be hiding her or something. >> reporter: here's a sketch of what heather might look like now at 40-years-old. her mom reported her missing
back in 2009. police say she has down's syndrome and requires daily medication and care. >> our hope is she is being cared for somewhere at a medical facility and somebody sees the picture and comes forward. >> reporter: sherry plume moved in 2007. i spoke with a landlord of the building. he says he never saw heather. he evicted sherry after a year, he says she owed anywhere from 13 to $14,000 in missed rent. we dropped down sherry to a former employer, they say she left about a year ago, moving to norway on a student visa. our attempts to reach sherry via e-mail and phone have been unskechl. anywith under that may recognize heather is asked to this morning, people are being warned to stay away from an unstable building in downtown berkele
berkeley. the building is being restored as a part of the housing project involving two buildings on the property. yesterday a construction worker driving a bobcat bumped into the building, knocking it off its temporary supports. the owner said it should be fixed later today. 6:108 our time. it looks like there will be no summer concert celebrating the iconic year. the san francisco recreation and parks department denied a permit for the promoter to throw a celebration at golden gate park for a second time. this week, houston received a denial letter from the department saying the event was larger than previously discussed. he didn't have a proper event coordinator or infrastructure plan and this hand drawn map of the area was not up to standard. meteorologist lisa argen joins us now. you are tracking some delays over at sfo? >> that's due to a construction d. windss will really pick up at the coast. they will be increasing to 30 miles an hour, right now, check this out at mount tam, a beautiful view. we got our typical low cloud deck and the sun coming up
between the high clouds. 5:48 was the sun advise i rise. we got 50s in the north bay yesterday, plenty of '80s. today, it will be cooler, i'll explain next. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, this weekend marks six months since the deadly fire in oakland t. iteam is checking for possible criminal and civil charges and what might happen next. also the east bay store intra celebrating m
. they are investigating a proud flag burned and left outside a woman's home. she found it thursday morning burnt to beess. signs promoting unity and inclusion were also cut up in front of her home. mayor harmon is sending a strong message saying love is greater than hate or fear. this weekend about six months since the devastating fire at the ghost ship park in oakland. yesterday was the last day for those who lost loved ones in the fire to make a claim against the city of oakland. i-team reporter dan miller looks at the possible criminal and civil charges. >> reporter: the restoration crew hired by insurers at the ghost ship. they say they can't wait to take
the building down. but the civil and criminal cases must first play out. >> that could take many months, maybe years. >> so many people contributed to this. as a matter, the district attorney will have to make some decisions about how many people to charge. >> you are saying it's not a question of if charges are coming but how many people will be charged? >> that's my supposition. >> reporter: weissberg believes charges are certain because of the conditions at the ghost ship that left to the fire. hazard electrical wiring that often sparked. the rvs parked inside the building t. collected junk t. rickety staircase made out of wooden palettes. weissberg believes charges are coming because of many complaints made to the building's owners and to the man who leased the warehouse and disco ship about the dangers there. >> manslaughter charges and probably manslaughter convictions seem extremely likely here, from is as
egregious a case as homicide liability for a fire as i've seen report. the alameda county district attorney's office said they have a team that consists of multiple attorneys, inspoektors and victim advocates all dedicated to the matter and we are conducting a careful and thorough criminal investigation. residents declined to comment, where now the defense attorney tony serra are working for a man that released this report from an unnamed expert claiming it started in the building next door and said the reasonable doubt here is overwhelming and that should foreclose negligence charges against mr. almena. he recalled that the atf could not conclude where it started. >> it did not start in the next building. it started in the ghostship. >> reporter: mary alexander is the leading plaintiff's attorney, she says the building's owner, pg & e and many others, alexander has
families of 11 victims as clients and is working with lawyers for other victims. i reached them through facebook several weeks ago. they would not comment directly on the case or what happened that night. he said simply, thank you for reaching out, prayers and blessings are the best medicine for us. derek almena wrote, this story of my criminal worelessness is killing me. i live every day mind for a future hope. it's madness and i must endure. he also asked for help paying his bills, saying none of the money raised for the ghost ship victims has reached him, his wife or their three children. i am povertys his entire message on abc 7.com. the time is 6:15. warriors co-other than has been appointed to the uc board of regents. uber has been the chairman and
ceo of mandalay entertainment group since 1995. he co-owns the warriors and he is a professor at the ucla school of theater, and television. the state must appoint all te apointese before they can start serving on the board. the warriors explosive game one is not the only reason to help cheer them on. they had the help of the nba cares program. news reporter wayne freedman shows us the big changes at west lake middle school in oakland. >> reporter: there are ribbon cuttings, school assemblies. but in oakland's west lake middle schooling the students and fact kulth never seen a day like this. >> this school really needed a boost. >> reporter: after 18th years of teaching here the director finally saw this is what happens when your local team goes to the finals along with the league and local sponsors, picks your school to become what they call a legacy with all the perks. >> everybody is on a high.
this is the most excited i seen students since i have been here. >> the nba helps 1,100 students in the world. viewers and pliendz in the dance studio a. separate room in the library for learning and playing and not far away, a parents' room they call it complete with all the comforts at home. >> for example a washing machine broke. >> reporter: meantime music teacher randy porter still hat one burning question. >> how come they get away with the fouls, commissioner? >>. >> reporter: we asked. >> it's the same playing time. >> reporter: you are standing on that? >> absolutely. >> reporter: so play on at west lake middle school in oakland, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. ♪ ♪ >> carlos santana will perform the national anthem before the
nba fine alleges tomorrow. this is video of him performing at game two of the finals last year t. nine time grammy winner will hopefully be fwluk for the warriors as they try to take another game from the cavs. if you are not going to the game, you can catch it only on abc 7, espn and coverage of game two. right before the game join abc 7's larry biel and mike schuman on the pre game show. larry and mike will be live at oracle tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. good morning to you. we are starting the weekend with some subtle changes. look at the cloud cover from live doppler 7. in the only the usual low deck of clouds. we got high clouds right here. they're streaming ahead of the system that will bring a cooler weekend. here is santa cruz. it's grey, we warm up into the 70s today with a lot of sunshine, right now 52 in san francisco, 54 at half moon bay. 3 mile visibility. upper 50s from oakland, mountain
view and san jose. kind of mild there. it will be a while until you see the sun. can you see the doppler in the distance and the low cloud deck. air quality will be pretty food today. those winds will ping on the coast. 51 santa rosa. 52 in novato. good morning to you, napa, 56 degrees. it's 58 with that southwest wind up to 22 miles per hour by the delta. when we have that breeze, it's a good indicator the day will be slightly cooler as it's starting out kind of gusty this morning. breezy, concord and livermore, upper 50s. here's emeryville. it is certainly grey out there. we will have a nice day, upper 60s by about 3:00, cloudy skies for everyone. cooler weather this weekend. we are well into the jts yesterday. today we'll see summer days, they'll be more like low '80s inland and warm tore start, the workweek coming up, as temperatures bump up once again. the hour by hour forecast shows the clouds thinning out by 10:00. look what happens by the
afternoon, not only do you get sunny skies inland but at the coast as well. it will not be too warm there. as i said the winding are kicking up to 30 miles an hour, half moon bay, pacifica. low 60s there. ocean temperatures in the mid-50s. sunny skies around monterey. this looks like napa, upper 70s today. a little change until we get to the beginning of the workweek, we see the warmer temperatures peak on monday. tuesday will be almost as warm, cooler numbers, in fact, thursday looks like one of the coolest days for next week. antioch warmer, mid-80s, the warmer location, a slight dip tomorrow. maybe a stronger delta breeze. looking at those upper '80s by early next week. you two, cooling into the 70. we talked about the upper 60s in oakland. matter 70s in fremont. palo alto 75. san jose, up in the north bay, 78 napa.
76 in san rafael. you notice we do have fog and low clouds coming back tonight. we will be able to check out our live cameras throughout the day today, showing you a myriad of pretty pictures with the wall-to-wall sunshine. 60s at the coast. 70s at the bay. mid-80s inland, cooler today and tomorrow should be slightly cooler inland again. we'll look for the numbers to be on the reverse as we climb to the 90 inland, a summer spread the heat ease, slightly late tuesday, wednesday and thursday looks to be a bicker cool down inland. it looks pretty nice, feeling like summer. >> not bad at all. thank you. just ahead the old bay bridge is vanishing before our eyes,
>> goods saturday morning, everyone. coming up on "good morning america" james comey, the former fbi director is just days away from taking the stage for giving testimony and all of this and vladimir putin weighs in denying russia weighed in on the u.s. election. security is tightening in the uk as preparations are under way for ariana grande's
star-studded manchester concert. she returns, she has a clear message for her fans and finally, seeking redemption in the nba finals, golden state is trying to avoid a repeat of what happened last season against cleveland. hope to see you soon. >> the uptown theater in napa is the latest ka cancel a kathy griffin show because of a parody she did of president trump. yesterday she held a news conference to address the backlash she's received after she held up the likeness of the president's severed head. zbremp revealed she is being investigated by the secret service and receiving death threats. she says she feels bullied for expressing her first amendment rights. >> it's hurtful. yes. it's censorship is what it is. i am going to make fun of the president. you know what i'm going to make fun of him more now. >> reporter: earlier this week, griffin apology sized for going too far. republican party spokesman mike reed called the news conference
a desperate attempt to change the conversation. cal-trans is planning to implode the old bay bridge this fall. they put out the elaborate planning it includes a dirt watch zone and an eel grass zone and a sea lion zone. it's set for september and november. crews will then remove the trouble the bay floor. trouble the bay floor. graffiti is ♪ ♪ award winning interface. award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded luxury suv of the century. visit your volvo dealer to take advantage of our midsommar sales event offer.
yet. i don't know what they're going to have -- how they will respond. >> reporter: the counsellor kellyanne conway says it's up to the president. >> the president will make that decision. >> reporter: comey is set to testify before the senate intelligence committee where he will be asked about whether he was asked for a pledge of loyalty by president trump and whether the president asked him to go easy on former security adviser michael flynn, who lasted 24 day osen the job. congress is expected to ask him about what could be the most revealing piece of evidene yet, those memos he kept after his meetings with the president t. firing came after the president once joked with him, you are becoming more famous than me. weeks later, allegedly calling him a nut job in the oval office with russians. some say if the president tries to scop him from testifying it could be a stricty move, invoking executive privilege at this stage could be a challenge. especially since president trump has already spoken publicly himself about his private
meetings with comey. comey better hope there are no taeps of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press and saying this about their private dinner. >> we had a nice dinner. at that time he told me you are not under k investigation. >> the comments about the discussions with comey can white house, itself, might have inadvertently waived the privilege. >> reporter: abc news learned comey is angry and wants the public to understand his side of the story. he is prepared to answer questions over memos he drafted detailing his conversations with president trump. in one memo, comey is said to have recounted how the president suggested that the fbi should drop its investigation of general mike flynn. i hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting flynn go. comey reported president trump is telling him that day, but the major questions, will comey bring his memos to capitol hill? some democrats want him to read them aloud. pierre thomas, abc news, walk.
the president says he is thrilled to be back in the u.s. sense his first trip overseas in office. he reflected on his 8-day trip, where he visleted four countries. he attended world summits to address a unity to our allies. >> our first trip was historic, joined by many old and new friends, we have paved the way for the new era of cooperation. one that calls upon for people to defeat the scourge of terrorism. >> the president and first lady also visited american military families before heading back home. east bay congressman gave this address and the devastating effects of president trump's education budget. >> trump's budget ends forgiveness for social workers, police officer, firefighters, nurses and others serving our
communities often in low paying jobs. this budget freezes programs making it much harder for low income students to get the aid they need. >> he says he and his colleagues are trying to help struggling students take off their longs they expand the freedom to dream for a better education system. ariana grande has returned to manchester for a star-studded benefit concert for the victims of last month's terrorist attack. new pictures show grande visiting some of her young fans who remain in the hospital. she signed their th. shirts. foreman night the pop star will be joined by justin bieber, katy perry, mimely sirious, cold play, usher and ferrell williams t. may 22nd terrorist attack came at the end of grande's concert at manchester arena. 22 people were killed.
we'll have all the best moments at 10:00 p.m. followed by abc news at 11:00. 6:35 is our time. for the second day in a row, high school students in the east bay found offensive graffiti on their campus. we won't show the entire message. but these pictures show the second incident of racist zbra fity in two days. this time scrawled on a bathroom mirror. >> i was disgusted. it was hard to be walking down the hall and see a me. >> reporter: the first to see it criminal i written on a locker and across poles. >> it said f --
>> reporter: he was walking with her. >> we were walking down the hall, she noticed that there was lettering on the poles. >> also like it's giving people more of an opportunity to let them know. >> reporter: the superintendent says the district has sent a letter home to marines and won't shy away from the issue. >> it isn't something that's isolated to one school, one student. one classroom. i think it's something that we need to address all the time. >> it brings up a whole lot of history, that they're uneducated about. >> these students jump started the conversation with a lunchtime public forum and messaging of their own. >> people need to be educated on what we have to go through as students. >> reporter: school official versus yet to identify those responsible for the graffiti incidents. in castro valley, laura anthony, abc 7 news. happening today, hundreds of
people plan to march across the golden gate bridge for stricter gun laws. it's all a part of a nationwide movement on national gun vie license awareness day. people will wear orange, the same colors hunters wear. the march starts at 10:00 this morning on the san francisco side of the bridge. it is set to reach marin by 11:00. also happening today, a north bay tunnel will reopen after some much needed repairs. the baker barry tunnel, the five-minute tunnel connects sausalito to marin bridge. crews closed it in ja your honor to mix cracks and leaks in the tunnel. water and sewer lines have also been replaced t. tunnel was scheduled to reopen at 7:00 this morning. still ahead on abcp mornings. we will take you inside the museum for a new exhibit that opened this weekend. first a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera.
bart will provide free buses for passengers. the agency has a ten-mile extension plan. but two new stations run u one in milpetas of north san jose. bart is selling new software and running test trains to make sure it all works. this is the first of two weekend closures t. date for the second one has not been announced. 6:41 is the time. we can see the fog behind us on the bay bridge camera, too. >> right. it's everywhere out there. we are going to see a sunny afternoon today the view from mount tam, you can see the low clouds, it's in the 50s here the cool down comes to the north bay. today it will last through the the weekend, then it's over. the forecast is coming up. also ahead, an explosion put a giants if philly this family is excited for a different reason. mike
>> welcome back venlg here's a live look outside at south lake tahoe heavenly mountain resort. lisa argen will have the full forecast coming up. the warriors head back to practice to prepare for game two of the nba finals against the cavs. this afternoon the as play the national. the giants are in philadelphia to take on the phillies who are
the worst team in the majors t. first pitch is also at at at last night the offense showed up. here's mike schuman with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, well the strugglings giants have another aaa in an attempt to find some offense t. latest, austin slater, an 8th round pick from stanford, thrown into the fire starting at right field, he became the first giants pitcher to be walked three times in a game since 1969. he stored two of those times. he makes it 3-0 in the second. slater's first major hit and rbi in the 6th makes it 6-0. his family scampers to see the debut. they are thrilled 10-0 shutout. the as host the nationals,
nats up 2-zip in the 3rd. tied at 2. the first hit of the game. after that, all nationals. see you in the th to make it strass berg cruising, a visibly frustrated chris davis. baseball regionals, stanford and cal-state fullerton, the final season at stanford. scores chris prescott. fullerton's john gavin, mowing down cardinals. he will play byu from an elimination game this afternoon. well the royals have a 22-point victory. remember, last year they won by 24 in game one and lost the
series in seven. so let's not get ahead of ourselves. it was a zompg-a-thon against kd. he had more dunks than the warriors had turnovers. 7-4. clay thonson expects them to come back sunday. >> it won't be safe for anybody when they're getting all those dunks like that. i know they're not going to affect them sunday they just want to get in here and get one. yesterday was a great game. it almost means nothing if we lose on sunday. they'll take care of business. >> game two set for sunday. stay tuned as we break down game two. that's the way the ball bounces, i'm mike schuman, now have a great day. >> good morning to you, check out sutro, very typical as we go into june. summer is winding down.
it is feeling like it with the low clouds the fog to start your day. then we are looking at that sea breeze kicking in. temperatures around the bay, around average. it's uncomfortable. here's san jose, take a look, this is the upper 70s, this is where we should be this time of year. we will peek into the beginning of the week. it will get a little warmer. temperatures will level off. but also in concord, you will notice that numbers have been warm and they're going to get even warmer. so the warmest days of the week monday and tuesday, then we do cool off into the 70s and you will notice the grey skies here a. little bit of winds proceeding from our roof camera. tat is an indicator that we do have that sea breeze headed our way. it will be, in fact, increasing throughout the day today. here's a live look from live doppler 7. overhead the low clouds. we will all scour out for a mostly sunny day today. as we look at the beach, low 70s in santa cruz with a lot of sunshine on the way, mountain
view right now 57 degrees as well as oak, it's 58 in san jose, 54 on the coast and fog, not much of an issue, 52 in san francisco. cooler, as much as 7 degrees in san francisco. so this is our east bay hills camera. you can see the layering of the clouds here with that weak weather system, it will increase the winds throughout the day today, 51 in santa rosa, 52 in novato. upper 50s the delta wind is increasing to 30 miles an hour, it's getting dusty out there. >> that will bring in the cooler temperatures all the way to our east bay valleys today. so another advantage points from walnut creek. will you notice we have cloud cover here. so looking at the cloudy skies this morning, cooler weather again, a warm-up as we begin the workweek monday into tuesday. it's not going to last too long t. clouds begin to thin out by about 10:00. they're still with us for another hour say in the full sunshine from the coast to our inland valleys during the day t.
winds will get breezy today. over in oakland, ten, 15 miles an hour, 62 degrees at 12:30. 64 at about 3:30. in the south bay, coolner san jose, 78 today, 75 in milpetas. sunnyvale 77. looking at mid-70s on the peninsula from menlo park. it should be a nice afternoon if san francisco. cooler at 65. the winds will kick up throughout the day and in the north bay, look for numbers pretty much in the upper 70s for sonoma and napa. 69 today in san leandro. you head inland, you will notice we are warm again in the low '80s, not as warm as it's been. you download the accuweather trend through the cooler weekend and the warmer start to the week and then as we get to wednesday and thursday, perhaps a little stronger of a system, temperatures there increase the clouds and maybe even a few areas of mist and drizzle. so all those things we do best in the summertime. >> of the bay area, lisa, thank
you. san francisco's legion of honor and the young art museums are recognized for having some of the best collections of american art in the world, except that something has been missing. this weekend, what of art by prominent american artists are now on display the question is, why did it take so long? rochltd jack levine's burning hands -- >> reporter: jack levine's burning hands depicts plaque men, now embedded in the fabric of american history. yet the art world neglected to celebrate anckverag african-ame >> it's thought of a lot of african-american art lends value. >> reporter: the museum acquired 62 works by 22 contemporary african-american artists. they will be a part of their permanent american art collection. the president of the museum took on the job one year ago and noticed there was a gaping hole
in the collection. >> a big chapter is basically missing. that's really in this case the whole story the history appreciation of african-american art especially from the deep south. >> reporter: most of the artists were born in the era of jim crowe segregation carrying with them the memories of their ancestors t. flagship is a moving image of their transatlantic voyage. while revealing, they also touch upon universal issues. >> racism, poverty, religion, class differences, and so it's a story that we can all relate to, whether we have that unique african-american experience or we've gotten work on the sides or whether to the bay area. >> reporter: board member davis believes it's an act knowledgement of a complicated past. >> it's a trigger of human emotions to trigger to connect us back to our souls and
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marine biologists identified them by their short puffy blows, bulbus foreheads and puffy beaks. they believe they were following food, possibly squid. they can hold their breath for near an hour, which makes them impossible to track. >> so beautiful to see. we are having a beautiful day. not too pretty right now. if you are headed to the beach, later on, it will be cool and breezy, 73 in santa cruz, the rest of the bay area will be cooler by 5 degrees. 82 in livermore, with about 70 san mateo, the accuweather 7-day forecast. we are cooling off today. we warm up monday, tuesday, the middle of the week looks cooler, cooler still by next week, but it is a great start. >> we'll take the sunshine when we can get it. lisa, thanks, thanks to you for joining us.
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