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just set the washing machine to cold. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. good morning. back on. president trump announcing that historic summit with u.s. and north korea once canceled will take place as originally planned. >> i think it is a getting to know you meeting. >> the meeting happening after he got a secret letter from north korean leader kim jong-un. is this the first step to the nuclear free korean peninsula? we are live at the white house. house of horrors. one man behind bars as massachusetts police investigate after three bodies discovered in and around his home. neighbors in disbelief.
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>> that could have been us. >> police looking to see if more bodies may be buried there. danger on the diamond. out of control car races on the baseball field in the middle of the game. one man killed trying to get people out of harm's way. the driver now facing serious charges. all that plus a surprising message from the woman who brought down bill cosby. >> i forgave bill cosby. a roseanne-less reboot? news the show could come back after the star. and back where he belongs. >> fans, please welcome back to the mound white sox pitcher number 43. danny farquart. >> emotional scene in chicago as the white sox pitcher who suffered a brain injury in the dugout is returning for the first pitch. inspiration to us all, saturday,
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june 2nd, 2018. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with sheinelle jones and craig melvin and dylan dreyer. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> thank you for joinings on saturday morning. >> good to see danny farquart back on the mound. six weeks ago. this is a guy that a lot of folks did not think would make it. there he is. >> there he is. we need inspiration. we will get to that in a moment. to our top story this morning. the summit with u.s. and north korea back on. president trump set to meet kim jong-un in less than two weeks. while there is a glow with the u.s. and north korea, that is not the case with the closest ally as the leader of canada lashes out at the trump administration. nbc's correspondent kelly o'donnell has more.
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>> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. after heated rhetoric and decades of distrust, incredible diplomacy at the white house on friday as they open the doors to the top north korean official who was at the center of the regime's hostile acts over the years. president trump said he will go to singapore for the summit with kim jong-un, he expects more personal meetings are likely. inside the oval office on friday, personal diplomacy delivered in the giant-sized letter from north korea. presented during a 90-minute visit to the white house by the senior envoy for kim jong-un. >> would you like to see what was in the letter? >> reporter: president trumpes courtko -- donald trump escorted kim yong-chol out to waiting cameras along with secretary of state mike pompeo. a clear sign the president productive. >> i think it is a getting to know you meeting plus.
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that could be a very positive thing. >> reporter: the president described the june 12th summit in singapore as a first step to negotiating the end to the north korean nuclear arrests anal. -- arsenal. >> reporter: the president provoked anger over trade and tariffs on steel and aluminum. chuck todd spoke with prime minister justin trudeau. >> the idea we are a national security threat to the united states is frankly insulting and unacceptable. >> reporter: unfazed by the protest, the president stood his ground. >> i agree. i love canada. >> reporter: mr. trump hinted about historic outcome in singapore because the korean war was never officially declared over, resolving now is on the
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table. >> can you believe we are talking about ending the korean war. 70 years. >> reporter: white house officials say the president read the contents of the letter from kim jong-un after the meeting. they said there were no surprises. president trump is at camp david with members of his family for the weekend. he has a number of phone calls scheduled to discuss trade and north korea. sheinelle and craig. >> thank you. jeremy bash is a security analyst. jeremy, always good to have you here, sir. >> good morning. >> kim yong-chol becomes the second ever north korean to meet with the sitting president. that picture there of him in the oval office with president trump. this is a big step toward north korea becoming legitimate on the world stage which we know is something they sought for some time. what is the dealmaking strategy?
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>> i'm not sure. the president is an ineffective negotiator up to singapore. he caved not once, but twice in accepting the invitation and putting the north korean leader on the same stage and on the north lawn, the president said the era of maximum pressure is over. he doesn't want to talk about military exercises or sanctions. he wants to take the pressure off and give concession to the north koreans before they have done anything about the nuclear weapons. >> jeremy, as in kelly's piece, donald trump provoked anger with u.s. allies. what kind of message does this send? >> it is an upside down foreign policy, sheinelle. we have here basically invitations to our adversaries and hardest regimes and they are standing side by side in the oval office. and closest allies, those who
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fought next to our soldiers, you are saying you are a national security threat. it is a mixed message to the adversaries and allies. >> jeremy, we expect to have the release of the inspector general report on james comey, the former head of the fbi. president trump, according to "the washington post" telling close aides he would like to see comey charged, arrested. how real is the possibility that the president will use release of the report to continue to try to legitimize the investigation and law enforcement as well? >> this shows that the clinton e-mail investigation was botched. that was why i fired comey. nobody believes the president fired comey to defend hillary clinton. the president admitted to lester holt that the reason he fired comey was to take the heat off the russia investigation. >> jeremy, thank you. now to a developing story this morning in massachusetts where a grizzlie grisly scene l
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murderer in his tracks. we have morgan radford with more. >> reporter: as police continue to surround the areas, they are ing, a community bodies will be stunned as police in springfield continue to search for clues. >> we will be here for days, if not longer. >> reporter: after three dead bodies are found in and around the home of 40-year-old stewart w weldon. weldon arrested sunday after a car chase with police when they tried to pull him over for a broken taillight. >> i saw 9 or 12 cop cars. i thought something was going on. >> reporter: inside the vehicle, a distraught woman who thanked police for saving her. saying i did not think i would ever get away. she said he held her captive for a month and beat and sexually
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assaulted her. >> he attacked her with a hammer is what we heard. >> reporter: when police searched the home, they found the bodies. today, they are scouring the property using ground penetrating radar. >> it is radar that can detect disturbed earth to indicate excavation or ground movement. >> reporter: police say everyone in the home, including one child, is safe. weldon is held on $1 million bail. he pleaded not guilty to kidnapping. leaving stunned neighbors dealing with answers. >> that could have been us. >> scary. morgan, how much do we know about the criminal history of the suspect? >> he has more than a dozen arrests. yesterday, when i was writing the story, it was difficult to figure out his actual age because he had at least five aliases.
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battery on a police officer and assault with a deadly weapon. >> a checkered past. >> thank you. some other headlines on saturday morning, terror on a baseball diamond in maine overnight. a car raced on the field where young children were actually playing a game. after the car left the diamond, a 68-year-old man hit by the same vehicle pushing kids out of the way to safety. that man later died at hospital. the 52-year-old woman driving the car was charged with manslaughter. the lava flow in hawaii has destroyed 80 homes. lava from the two dozen fissures is running through populated areas. county officials have warned people to get out immediately or risk getting trapped. more than 300 seniors graduated from the santa fe,
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texas high school. the seniors wore white stoles in tribute of the victims as a montage played on the big screen at the stadium. the ceremony is a day after president trump met privately with the victims' families. eight students and two teachers died. a 17-year-old student identified as the shooter is held on capital murder charges. tiger woods is six strokes off the lead at the memorial tournament. he had this amazing shot on the par 5 11th hole. look at this. >> wow! tiger! >> the ball going into the hole for an eagle 3. the celebration vintage tiger. today is round three of the memorial. >> tiger looking like tiger old. dylan, you have a shot like that? >> all the time, craig. that's the only way i know how to golf. i wish. let's get to the weather.
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i'm better at that. the heavy rain approaching minneapolis/st. paul. heavy rain and thunderstorms in iowa. torrential downpours and lots of cloul cloud-to-ground lightning. this could go into areas like st. louis and springfield and memphis, tennessee. little rock and most of arkansas under the gun for severe storms. 12 million people at risk. large hail and damaging winds is the big threat. we cannot rule out a tornado. that is an area we will keep an eye on as the frontal system continues to move through missouri and the midwest today. this is going to continue to push eastward through sunday and this area of low pressure is of concern for areas like maryland and delaware that have been hit hard with flooding rains recently. if the heavy downpours develop, that could lead to flash flooding potential. the ground is already wet. we will keep an eye on that
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>> mild start right now in san francisco, 54 degrees but we are on trend for a warm-up across the bay area into the weekend. we are expecting some 70s in the city and some 90s further inland. san jose's temperature trend climbs into the upper 80s by about 1:00. 86 degrees. 2:00,87 degrees. we are expecting 90s to rain in the forecast not just through today but also into your sunday forecast with breezy conditions. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. still to come, breaking her silence. the surprising messages from the woman assaulted by bill cosby. up next, emotional return for the chicago white sox pitcher who nearly died in the dugout six weeks ago. but f ir
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back on saturday morning with the incredible sight in chicago. for the first time since suffering a massive brain hemorrhage that could have killed him. white sox pitcher danny farquhar on the mound tossing the first pitch. >> he hopes this is still the first of many to come. nbc's ron mott has the story. >> fans, welcome back white sox pitcher number 43, danny farquhar. >> reporter: for revive eliever every pitch counts. for danny farquhar, no pitch is as significant as this one. not after what he has been through. >> the ability to be out there. i feel fortunate. >> reporter: with the family and medical team looking on, the 31-year-old returned to the mound six weeks after collapsing in the dugout with a brain hemorrhage.
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>> you wake up with a drain out the other side of your head and you are like, you have no memories. it puts life in perspective of how quickly it can change. >> reporter: 17 days in the icu are the beginning steps to the long recovery. baseball not in the cards this season. he is getting permission to start throwing this weekend to help rebuild his strength. >> god has a plan. >> reporter: in the meantime, he is happily making most of the new found free time at home. a clear reminder that much more than his hairline has changed. >> what does that scar represent? >> every time i look at it is a memory of, you know, how close i was to passing and how humble i need to be and thankful. >> reporter: grateful for another chance to count his blessings and every pitch to come. for "today," ron mott, nbc news, chicago. >> had a good pitch.
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good saturday morning. it is 6:27. here is a live look outside, san francisco from san bruno mountain, you can see the sun is already shining. a little bit of haze there. i think we know what that means. >> thanks so much for joining us. we have a look at our microclimate forecast. we're both l.a. girls. usually when you see that, it's going to b hot. >> heat, we're talki 90s this weekend. >> i am not ready for that. >> and not just 90s, but upper 90s. right now in san francisco, it's 54 degrees. if you're heading out to the city, nice, clear skies. we're not really seeing a huge change in terms of overnight temperatures along the coast, but check out further inland. san jose, 9 degrees warmer than
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we were yesterday already. santa cruz, about 7 degrees warmer. but it's going to be a huge increase in temperatures into the afternoon. and it's going to be very fast. look at the temperature trend for san jose. by about 1:00, at 86 degrees. 10:00 a.m., we'll be in the 70s. i'll talk about the hottest temperatures and how long this warming trend will last coming uplty 7:00 a.m. >> thanks. we have new details this morning in the case of the alleged golden state killer. new court documents reveal how investigators tracked down joseph deangelo. dna evidence was used from his car door handle as well as a tissue left in a trash can. joseph deangelo is accused of killing at least a dozen people and committing about 50 rapes in
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the 1970s and '80s. deangelo is due back in court july 12th. scary moment at a local water park, a 12-year-old girl nearly drown in the wave pool. she was there with a field trim for her school. a lifeguard pulled her from the water and performed cpr until the ambulances arrived. she was rushed to the hospital and expected to be okay. coming up this morning on "today in the bay," if you're headed to the beach, you may not be alone in the water. the shark warning at one popular local beach, yikes. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. i thought after sandy hook, where 20 six and seven year olds were slain, this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws.
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california values senator dianne feinstein we're back on this saturday morning, june 2nd, 2018. first weekend of june. we're happy to have you with us this morning. >> let's start with half hour with the check of the headlines. including the historic summit with u.s. and north korea. once again set to happen later this month. signed, sealed and delivered. >> oh, would you like to see. >> the north korean envoy delivers a letter to trump. now the canceled summit is back on. set to meet in singapore in two weeks. is he a serial killer? >> i have seen 9 to 12 cop cars.
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i think something is going on that is major. >> three bodies found in and around the home in springfield, massachusetts. police arrest the man after a car chase. a woman held by the man for a month said i did not think i would get away. csi california. authorities reveal how they captured joseph james deangelo, the suspected golden state killer. the clue? a soil tissue in the trash can matched the crime scene. he is suspected of killing 12 and raping more than 50 in the '70s and '80s in california. rush hour runway. an airplane lands on the highway friday afternoon stunning motorists. no one hurt. and back on the court. serena williams back on the tennis court at the french open. williams looking to advance in her first tournament since having her baby girl.
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today, saturday, june 2nd, 2018. >> great picture. also this morning, a surprising message from the woman who was assaulted by bill cosby and then pushed for him to be held accountable. andrea constand telling kate snow she forgives him. we have steve patterson with more. >> reporter: andrea wasn't the only one who brought bill cosby down. 60 women have come forward with stories of sexual misconduct. cosby has not been charged in any other cases. now the 80-year-old faces up to 30 years in prison, but for consta constand, what seemed like a life sentence has been lifted. andrea constand has been quiet about the assault for over a decade. last night on "dateline" she broke the silence. >> i forgave bill cosby for what
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he did to me. if i did not forgive him, i would not have peace. >> reporter: it is a hard won peace after a shame that nearly crippled he ed her. >> anger in different emotions coming in and you styou say why do this? >> reporter: a year later, she confined in her mother. >> mom, he raped me. who? >> reporter: she called cosby twice. the first time she says he expressed remorse. the second call, she recorded. >> i don't want to talk about anything. >> reporter: cosby seeming to realize he was being taped. no admissions. he offered to finance her degree. >> yeah, i'll layout what i think is the best. pay for the schooling. and whatever -- as long as she maintains a 3.0 average, she'll be fine.
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>> reporter: but constand didn't take the deal. she confronted cosby in court and earned respect of others in court. >> solid. rock solid. >> god send. she took us from victim to survivor. >> reporter: the first trial ended with no verdict. the second jury convicted bill cosby of aggravated indecent assault. after 14 years of suffering, andrea constand achieved her goal. >> why did do you this? >> for justice. >> she said she considers herself part of the me too movement. she hopes her story helps others come forward with their stories. steve in l.a. thank you. >> the houston texans are facing a lawsuit from five former cheerleaders over the treatment. they allege they were harassed and bullied and not paid for
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hours worked. it is the latest headache for the nfl with allegations of miscondu misconduct. nbc's maya rodriguez has more. >> reporter: the nfl's houston texans facing a lawsuit from former cheerleaders with unfair workplace conditions. >> what i did not know being a cheerleader was being exploited and not paid for my time. >> reporter: gloria allred filing the lawsuit on behalf of five former cheerleaders. >> they were harassed, intimidat intimidated. >> reporter: lawsuit filed in a houston federal court alleges the cheerleaders who made $7.25 an hour and forced to make a number of appearances and including out of state without compensation. a spokesperson for the texans said we are proud of the cheerleader program and evaluating procedures and continue to make adjustments and needed to make the program enjoyable for everyone.
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this is just the latest claim by cheerleaders against the nfl. this week, "the new york times" detailed a practice by teams to use non cheering cheerleaders and dressed in similar outfits to mingle with fans. according to the report, they were paid minimum wage and some allege groped and harassed by fans while working. meanwhile, dennis green stepped down this week after the report last month found that several cheerleaders alleged they were ordered to act for sponsors in 2013 in a calendar shoot and told to pose topless in front of the guests although there was no nudity in the calendar. the spokesperson for the team said he did resign. it is our policy not to comment on personnel matters. back in houston, allred says, it may be time to roger goodell to
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step in. >> it is important for him to review the status and treatment or mistreatment of nfl cheerleaders. >> reporter: putting a spotlight on the campaign normally seen on the sidelines. for "today," maya rodriguez, nbc news. dylan dreyer has made her way out to the plaza. she has another check of the forecast. >> it is beautiful out here, guys. you have to come on out. celebrating lots of birthdays on the plaza. i love this corner. >> 10. >> and you? >> 10. >> everybody is turning 10 in this corner. where are you from? >> albany, georgia. >> how perfect is that? let's take a look at the weather. we are going to see down south that it is hot. it has been hawarm and humid. temperatures will continue to stay above 100 degrees in texas. dallas is 101 for the high, but it will feel like 109. in new orleans, 102. through the week, temperatures
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drop back down. mobile, alabama, 91 on tuesday. in the northeast, we start on the chilly side. temperatures 10 to 15 degrees below average. new york should hit a high of 61 on >> it's still fairley mild out there. san francisco waking up to 54 degrees right now. you can see we've got some hazy skies out there, but that heat will be extremely noticeable as we head into the middle afternoon and into the evening hours. we're seeing normal temperatures in san jose about 9 degrees warmer at this hour. along the coast, it won't be as hot as we're speccing it to be in the interior valley. expect to see upper 80s and 90s on the map through tomorrow. that's your latest forecast. this is inn credited icrediblin. six wounded veterans on a
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journey. three american and three british veterans are walking 1,000 miles over the next 12 weeks as part of the walk america. the effort to tell the stories of the service members wounded. the walk sdtems from prince harry's expedition to the south pole a few years ago. keep them on our minds. >> fantastic. 1,000 miles. just ahead here on saturday morning, will he ever live this down? social media continuing to have an absolute field day with j.r. smith's blunder during game one of the nba finals. he will not live it down. dylan has that story in the orange room. >> that was not scripted. will wedding bells finally be ringing for john cena and be ringing for john cena and nikki enamel is the strong, white, be ringing for john cena and nikki outer layer of your tooth surface. the thing that's really important to dentists is to make sure that that enamel stays strong
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nba finals with the cavaliers and warriors. we have to show it one more time. game is tied. five seconds left. cavs missed the free throw. j.r. smith with the offensive rebound. instead of shooting for the win, he dribbles away from the basket thinking cleveland has the win and needs to run out the clock. the game goes to overtime. warriors win by ten points. lebron james clearly not thrilled with what just happened. this image of reaction went viral and the internet lit up with jokes about the lebron moments we can relate to. andrew writes, this is why i hate group projects. and jay saying this meeting could have been done in one e-mail. and for you road trippers, we just left the rest stop. why didn't you go then? bill tweeting, this is what parenting must be like. even savannah and willie got in on the fun. creating the moment on set.
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when you spill the coffee, you get lebron'ed. game two is tonight. right? >> tomorrow night. here is the thing with j.r. smith. if you are following him, this is not the first time j.r. smith has done something like this. >> some people watching the game thought cleveland was in the lead. people were confused. >> not people paying attention to the game. >> some of my friends were confus confused. >> way to defend j.r. >> how about "popstart?" >> switching gears here. we start with roseanne. new this morning that the show might be revived. just without the namesake star. abc canceled it this week after a racist tweet about a former obama aide. hundreds of people lost jobs.
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the network is hoping to save the show and rebranding and moving darlene into the spotlight instead. we will keep you posted on that one. interesting. next up, kanye west. releasing the eighth is solo album? >> yeezy's? >> it is yee? it features seven tracks. addressing topics from me too to mental health and cheating scandal with tristan thompson and khloe kardashian and how the comment of slavery affected his marriage. even offering kim to leave. ♪ now i'm getting 50 calls ♪ wife calling saying we about ♪ to lose it all >> ye for kanye.
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he revealed the album thursday at the listening party in wyoming. he shot the album cover on the iphone with the words i hate being bipolar. it's awesome. the full album is available online. >> you downloaded? >> yes. finally, are they or aren't they? it appears wwe star john cena and nikka bella back together. the couple called it quits in april weeks before the wedding. the breakup is due to the different views of having children. he was on "today" professing his love for bella. >> it looked like it paid off. >> he is a friend of the show. we wish him well. maybe they will do their wedding here. coming up next, words of wisdom from everyone. chance the rapper to hillary
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no matter how qualified or capable we are. take it from me. >> you've been given a piece of paper that represents a lot of hard work. your degree. if you roll that piece of paper up and hold it to your eye, it becomes a telescope. a telescope of hope. >> as you follow your passions and discover new pursuits, be involved citizens. be involved citizens of your neighborhood and of your community and of your nation and the world. ♪ >> no graduate gets to this moment alone. i want to acknowledge your parents and grandparents and friends here cheering you on just as they have every step of the way.
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♪ i won't be afraid >> surround yourself with people who trust and get you. forget your demons and believe in you. keep them close. ♪ darling stand by me ♪ oh, stand by me ♪ oh, stand now ♪ stand by me >> think big, dream bigger. push further. fly higher. and never, ever stop reaching for greatness. never stop reaching for the stars. >> if i leave you with anything, i'll leave you with these two words. and those two words are i'm batman. ♪
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♪ just dance, just dance ♪ can't stop the feeling ♪ just dance ♪ can't stop the feeling >> how exciting is that? >> you are doing one of those. >> northwestern university school of journalism. it is exciting. >> you can take some lines. >> i'll use that from chance the rapper. >> don't say you're batman. >> i enjoy that piece. to hear the speakers. >> there is so much hope. your niece? >> so much hope for the future. i love seeing that in everybody's eyes. >> i remember them saying no silly string. >> thanks to nbc nightly news
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good saturday morning to you. we are taking a live look outside. looks beautiful as the sun shines down over san francisco from the san bruno mountains. and a little bit hazy out there. thanks for joining us. as you've taught me, if it's hazy, it means the heat is coming. >> we're definitely on trend to see a major


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