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i'm terry mcsweeney live at the federal courthouse where in a few hours we are expecting the appearance of a man that tried to storm a cockpit on sunday night. he is not charged with terrorism. some think may be he should be. >> good morning, i'm janelle wang. al-qaeda releases a new statement about a new leader and pakistan granted one of few requests that may help the white house find out the remaining years of osama bin laden. >> we are looking live downtown. east bay hills. quiet here but look at the clouds around the coast and sunshine and warmer weather around the bay. we'll have a better chance of seeing storms and showers this weekend. >> freeway traffic still looking
good this morning. live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza but there has been power outages reported in san francisco. i'll have the details coming up. thank you so much for joining us. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. >> the man accused of trying to break into the cockpit of a san francisco bound jetliner will make his first court appearance today. that is when we hope to find out why he did it. terry mcsweeney is live at the federal courthouse in san francisco. that is not the only unanswered question. >> right now, he is only charged with interfering with a flight crew, but this is a man from yemen who did terrorize 1 off passengers. pilot, however, stayed calm. >> talking about a passenger conflict. that 28-year-old man pounding on the cockpit door as the plane
was on descent to san francisco international. a passenger took pictures, one showing air marshals and flight attendants taking him to the floor. another showing him on a gurney. he was slightly injured during the arrest but it is what was saying that has passengers rat sclld he was yelling ala akbar. >> he used to live in vallejo and now lives in new york. he certainly is not a terrorist, really not all that religious and probably all some kind of a bizarre misunderstanding. he is expected to be in federal court at 9:30 this morning. again, only charged with interfering with a flight crew but there some people aboard that think he should be charged with something far more serious. san jose fire officials are
sounding a new alarm. fire stations will have face rotating staff reductions beginning this summer meanwhile a slower response time to fires. amy hollyfield is live in san jose with more. it's not good news but it could be worse. no fire stations are going to be closing and that is what firefighters were really worried about. they will be pulling engines out of service on a rotating basis. yesterday morning, firefighters in san jose had three fires in 30 minutes to respond to. it's that kind of scenario that has them worried about what keichd reduction in service they are going to have. they worry about their ability to respond quickly. the budget deficit is demanding cuts. what they agreed on pulling a truck or engine out of service every day, up to two can beside lined and rotate that between stations.
firefighters say they aren't sure what the impact will be. >> this is new model. we've never done this before. we know that other cities have adopted this kind of thing. alternative was to close that station completely. we didn't want to do that. we want to have people in place to respond and to get everywhere within eight minutes. >> it will help the city bridge the hundred million dollar budget shortfall. they hope the brownouts will be temporary. only stations with two pieces of company will be subject to brownouts so every station will always have a truck ready to go. they will vote on it next month. if it passes, these brownouts will go into effect in july. new firefighters in san carlos will face a pay cut. city council voted last night to offer new hires a reduced salary after the fire department joins
forces with redwood city later this year. 5% cut will bring the pay scale in line with with other communities. former governor arnold schwarzenegger and m have shief shief are -- maria shriver are separating. in a joint statement they say it's been a time of profession transition for them. they had trouble back in 2003. shriver apparently moved out the mansion several weeks ago. they have four children together. >> al-qaeda will have a new leader to take over osama bin laden. u.s. interrogators may have access to the widows that were captured in that raid. >> al-qaeda released a statement
reaffirming their support for ayman al-zawahri. statement did not official name him as the circumstance. it also made threats against americans but did not list specific attacks against the u.s. they are granting the u.s. access to bin laden's three wives captured. it's been a key white house request. u.s. officials are hoping the women will provide critical information on his life in hiding. tensions between the u.s. and pakistan remain high. u.s. officials continue to suggest there must have been about a bin laden support network in pakistan but is careful not to anger the country even more. >> i think it could easily fall into a position of most dangerous nation in the entire world. >> and today we're learning more about the operation that took out bin laden according to the "new york times," president obama insisted the assault force be large enough to fight its way out of pakistan. that resulted in the decision to
send more two helicopters as backups. one was sent in after one of blackhawks was damaged. in addition the u.s. had also two teams of specialists on standby. one to bury bin laden which was killed. and second composed of lawyers and translators if he was captured alive. back here the palo alto school board will meet tonight to tackle a proposal. they are set to decide whether to startle school year a week and a half earlier in mid-august so students can finish their fall semester before the break. opponents say it puts extra strain on seniors applying for college. u.c. berkeley received half
potential sites for a second campus. 20% of lab's 42300 employees work at sites scattered throughout east bay and they want to consolidate them in one spot. there is six finalists in the bidding process. new site will be chosen in late november. >> muni officials in san francisco are firing back at state puc which calls the operations sub par. they report the city attorney and muni have submitted responses to claims by the cpuc ahead of friday's hearing at the state agency headquarters. they opened an investigation into the light rail operations. one called it the worst in the state. the agency threatened fines of $20,000 per day. muni officials say the allegations that a train control system was not functioning properly was without merit.
the world's largest passenger aircraft is coming to sfo on a regular basis starting today. super jumbo a-380. they will schedule service between sfo and frankfurt, germany. it's designed to seat up to 555 passengers in a three class seating configuration and single class version that can seat up to 800 passengers. there is a public viewing party this morning where you can get a very good look. find more at abc7news.com. remember all the years of work to accommodate the aircraft. >> it's huge. it blocks out the sun. speaking of the sun, how is it going to be, mike it holds maybe
125 more people. in big one, 200 to 300 more people. >> that is impressive. good morning for diversion there. extra information we hope you enjoyed. fremont 3 degrees cooler and 11 degrees in half moon bay. everybody else a little warmer this morning than yesterday. let's take a look ttd a the temperatures, antioch around 61 degrees. down in the 50s san francisco, oakland and mountain view, rest of us in the 40s. by the afternoon hours, clouds along the coast and low 60s in downtown san francisco. mid to upper 50s through most of the bay shore, to low 70s in the south bay. upper 50s to mid-70s in the north bay valleys and mid to upper 70s in the east bay valleys. a lot of sunshine down around the monterey bay, at least for
santa cruz and watsonville. as you move inland, mid to upper 70s with sunshine. accu-weather seven-day forecast, slightly cooler wednesday and thursday. cold front comes through but look what it does in the weekend temperatures. well below average, 10-115 degrees cooler. showers and thundershowers possible. >> in san francisco, quite a few street lights out on my way to work. three big outages in san francisco, affecting 4100 customers. this is in the nob hill area. lights are out on union and franklin and california and other places. you are going to need treated those intersections as a four-way stop. then looks like power restored within the hour. as you go outside, light commute still. contra costa county, southbound 680 on the right moving well
through redwood city. walnut creek at the interchange in san jose. and gave you that extra information, eric our aviation expert. still ahead. revealing facebook should have 7.5 million fewer members. why parents need to check up on their children's online habits. >> and how you communicate over the internet. >> and groupon strikes a deal for concert goers on ears. >> and amazing device experts are calling the next stepepepepp at progressive, you can bundle your home and auto policies and save.
>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. we have developing news this morning. you are looking at san francisco from our sutro cam. there are three separate power outages in the city that have more than 4,000 customers in the dark right now. it includes russian hill. western addition and nob hill neighborhood. pg&e has crews out working on this right now. the utility says it hopes to get the lights back on within the hour. we are following this and keep you updated. it's official, microsoft has confirmed it will buy the internet service skype. it's the biggest deal in their
history. it could be worth $8.5 billion. buying skype would give microsoft more clout to a be bigger force in the smart phone market. >> groupon and concert and ticketing promoter live nation is teaming up. new service dubbed groupon live will offer limited deals on theater shows and other live events. it's expected to launch by summer and will be available only in north america. live nation is hoping the deal will bolster sales. the company showed a net loss of $228 million. financial terms of deal are not being disclosed. >> a new report shows a dig turk trend, millions of facebook users are under the age of 13. of the 20 million minors who actually use facebook in the last year, 7.5 million of them
were younger than 13. of those more than 5 million were ten or under. technology experts say they expose them and to friends, security and privacy risks as well as computer virus attacks. >> just when you thought it didn't get any cooler than this, here comes the paper phone. they teamed with two universities to create this flexible phone made from electronic papers. you can bend it and writing on it or using the touch screen. it uses the same technology as the kindle reader. one researcher says everything is a look and feel like this within five years. the power outages in san francisco, looks like pg&e is making progress right now. over 124 customers still without power as oppose to the 4100.
good news there. >> hope to have the tvs on to get mike's forecast. >> that is what is important. >> all the news. >> let's take a look and show you what is going on outside. it's clear from downtown san francisco to the bay bridge to the port of oakland. let's talk temperatures under the clear conditions. we have 39 at half moon bay. san francisco, oakland, mountain view, los gatos still 50. about 61 in antioch. rest of us in the 40s. not much has changed around monterey bay. they at gilroy to 49 at sincerely. coastal fog today -- salinas. >> drizzle at the coast and cooling begins on friday but the weekend is looking wetter than it did yesterday with showers and thunderstorms and small hail. for today the warmest day of the
forecast. san francisco, one degree warmer. oakland and san jose 3. concord and fremont four. we'll get about 14 hours and three and a half minutes of sunshine. low to mid-70s in the south bay today. san jose right around 72 degrees. looking at the peninsula we have temperatures that will drop around 70 in los altos to 73 in millbrae. half moon bay at 58. daly city at 57. a little more sunshine around downtown san francisco, 52 degrees. low to mid-70s the farther north you head into the north bay valleys. pockets of sunshine but still cool at your beaches. mid to upper 50s for you. mid to upper 50s throughout the east bay shore. oakland is 68. even at 70 in fremont. warmest weather in the east bay valleys, mid to upper 70s with 75 in danville and 77 in pittsburg.
monterey and carmel, temperatures will keep you in the 50s. morgan hill, gilroy, 73 to 77 degrees. at&t park, how about the giants taking on the diamondbacks. dropping down to 55. patches of drizzle along the coast. we'll have 50-degree temperatures around san francisco, oakland, fremont and everybody else in the mid to upper 40s. this area of colder air moving away for today. cold front will come in and turn us cooler tomorrow but cooler and measurable thing. about two to four degrees cooler tomorrow and thursday. then look at the weekend. stuck in the 50s and 60s. we've been following the
power outages for you in san francisco. as they mentioned it looks like they are making some improvements but there could be still traffic lights out especially as you make your way on union and on franklin at california. you still need to treat it as four-way stop. in the south bay, there is a new injury crash southbound 101 past the expressway. it's an overturn accident but it's not in the lanes of the freeway at all. it's all off to the shoulder. chp is at the scene. traffic is getting by in both directions. we have a live shot not too far away in san jose. out of morgan hill, delay free all the way up to peninsula into san francisco. get traffic when you want by going to abc7news.com. find it all under the bay area traffic link. next, going home, why a few
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japan's prime minister is backing away from a plan to boost production of nuclear energy from the current 30% of japan's power to 50%. they announced the policy change today as the hundred residents donned radiation suits to briefly return to home to gather belongings. sacramento lawmakers are trying to shorten the reins on two bills approved by the senate. they will target corporate sponsor in addition ists by requiring signatures to place them to ballots. one bill requires signature gatherers to wear large badges that identify them as volunteer or paid. a second bill would prohibit paying people to gather signatures altogether. twitter could be coming to a
sports stadium near you. a beer vendor he has hit a home run to getting sales. instead of fans to wait to get a brew or stand that long line, they can send a beer man a tweet and have their drinks delivered. >> the seat's location and also money. i show up with the beer. they don't have to get out of seats. >> it sounds like a beautiful thing. a vendor in seattle is doing the same thing. >> all right. twitter entrepreneurs, way to go. >> can we tweet for a couple of coffee. >> and one of california's highest profile couples is on the rocks. and could it be an olive
branch from pakistan? >> also next at 5:30 big announcement from google this morning that could have you getting your music in the clouds. >> mid to upper 60s around seattle and portland, low to mid-70s around new york and d.c. latest airport, chicago saying departure delays but detroit is now running on schedule. check out all the delays with flight tracker at abc7news.com.
relative saying its one huge misunderstanding. >> i'm amy hollyfield live in san francisco where a number of fire trucks available in the event of an emergency is about to change, all in the name of budget cuts. this story is coming up. if you like the warm weather and sunshine, hang around the bay area inland today. clouds will be at the coast to keep you cooler while we are enjoying a warming trend. it won't last very long. showers and thunderstorms possible. >> and few early morning accidents, we're not seeing any big delays. live shot of the oakland maze as traffic makes its way to the bay bridge toll plaza. >> it's 5:30. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. >> topping our news, vallejo man accused of trying to storm a cockpit on a plane will make his first court appearance this
morning. he is relatives are saying he is the one that was mistreated. i think it's safe to say that people were on board flight 1561 sunday night would be baffled at least to hear that he was the one who was mistreated. this is one big misunderstanding. as far as the real actual motive. that is still a question this morning. take a look at the man who may have an answer to the motive is. perhaps we'll find out. 28-year-old formally of vallejo and now living in new york. he is the one who left his seat on an american airlines flight from chicago to san francisco sunday night. walked to the front of the plane pound order the cockpit door yelling god is great in arabic. two air marshals subdued him. his cousin in vallejo who has the exact same name thinks it could all be a misunderstanding.
>> i don't know what he as thinking. he had no intentions of harming anybody. >> the cousin also says he really isn't all that religious. he does have a passport out of yemen. maybe this morning here in federal court we'll get a hint of what the motive might be. as far as law enforcement says he has no known ties to terrorist groups. he is only charged with interfering with a flight crew. terry mcsweeney, "abc 7 news." the city of san jose -- individual fire engines will be periodically taken out of service to save money. amy hollyfield is live in san jose what they are calling rotating brownouts? >> believe it or not firefighters came up with the idea. they really wanted to avoid
closing stations altogether. it takes trucks out of commission, it sidelines them on a rotating basis. firefighters are concerned this will impact their response time. yesterday gave them a perfect example, there were three fires in 30 minutes yesterday morning in san jose. those situations could be tough to handle. firefighters say they honestly don't know what to expect. they've never done this before, but they are hoping that this is the lesser of two evils. fire stations will remain open but it's just, when i say units, truck company or an engine company will be shut down for that day. >> and the company includes firefighters? >> that's right. that is the cost savings. >> here is the plan. every day an engine will be pulled from service from two fire stations. they will rotate the brownouts and only happen at stations that have more than one truck. every station will always have a truck ready to go. the budget will be voted on next month. this is just part of the
proposal. if it passes, in this will go into effect in july. firefighters are hoping it will be temporary, that these will go away once the economy improves. a powerful al-qaeda group is backing a new leader in the wake of osama bin laden's death. pakistan is granting the access closest to bin laden. janelle wang is in the newsroom with the latest. >> al-qaeda released a statement reaffirming support for ayman al-zawahri. statement did not officially name him as a successor. pakistan is now granting the u.s. access to bin laden's three wives captured in the operation over a week ago. it's been a key white house request. three women all live under one roof and job was to fulfill his needs including sexually.
the youngerer one was his favorite. she was presented as gift to bin laden when she was just a teenage. two other wives were old every. they are both from saudi arabia and described as highly educated and apparently content with sharing a husband. >> women clearly are attracted to the message of osama and to have the opportunity to be in his family would be appealing to them. >> we're learning more about the mission. they insisted the assault force to fight it's a way out to of pakistan if necessary. it resulted in the decision to send two more helicopters as back-up. in the end, one was sent in after one of blackhawks was damaged. former governor arnold schwarzenegger and his wife maria shriver are separating.
they say it's been a time of great personal and professional transition for each of us. the couple's marriage was come under scrutiny when the l.a. times reported on schwarzenegger's history of groping woman. in march she spoke about moving into second phase of life in a youtube video but there was no indication of a split at that time. >> th people ask me, what are you doing next, what are you coming up with? or are you taking a break? it's so stress title to not know what you are doing next. >> the couple have been married for 25 years. shriver moved out several weeks ago. >> mount diablo school board is considering laying off teachers because of looming deficits.
they may have a $40 million shortfall and also expected to approve $9 million to make improvements at six high schools. that money will come from a district measure approved by voters. today marks a major turning point in the rebuilding of a san bruno neighborhood devastated in an explosion. this afternoon, city leaders will join congresswoman jackie speier for a groundbreaking ceremony in the glenview neighborhood. today's event is the first home to rebuilt since the fire killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes. bob and nancy hensel secured the first building permit to replace their destroyed home on fairmont drive. construction expected to begin in two weeks. >> here in san francisco, google is expected to launch a long-awaited music service. it's going to be called music data by google.
big difference between in and apple's itunes, they can live to their music on phones, tablets or computers. music would never be downloaded on to the devices. last year's conference introduced google tv. you hear music on a cloud on your portable device. >> speaking of clouds, not seeing much around the bay. >> and we head into the afternoon, it looks like a lot like summer. cloudy at the coast and warmer weather for the rest rest of us. go back to last evening, see the showers that were developing in the north bay and sliding in the east bay. they are gone leaving us cooler conditions. winds are pretty calm. fastest wind is 8 miles an hour coming in from the west down to sfo. temperatures coolest up in the north bay. we could have 30s and low 40s
around livermore, santa rosa and fairfield. mid to upper 40s just about everywhere else. you see the clouds lingering along coast. when we get to the noontime hour 57 in half moon bay, low to mid-60s around the bay and upper 60s to low 70s as you head inland. by 4:00, look at the sunshine but the coast where we'll still be in the upper 50s to low 60s. comfortable along the bay shore. upper 60s to near 70 in south bay. low to mid-70s in the east bay valleys. 64 in san rafael. accu-weather seven-day forecast, slightly cooler tomorrow, maybe a little bit of rebound on thursday. cold floodgates open on friday and bring a chance of showers saturday and more likely showers and thunderstorms on sunday. you have a new stall? >> no, the bay bridge, into the great spot. they are trying to clear that now. here is a live shot of the toll
plaza, still delay free. of course in san francisco we've been following that power outage for you. there is still maybe traffic lights out in stretches so keep that in mind, treat it as a four-way stop. quiet ride across the san mateo bridge. westbound traffic on the right, look good. no trouble coming out of marin county across the beautiful golden gate bridge into san francisco. it is now 5:40. >> and coming up, free fuel offer that san francisco is making to some car owners. >> also the fuel tank problem that could lead to a massive recall of america's most popular zbluapts why it's going to be harder andndndndndndndndndndndnd
>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. san francisco is giving drivers free fuel for the next year and a half. there is a catch it's for electric cars. electric vehicle chargers will be available at no cost at city owned garages through 2013 and at sfo. they can top off their charges when they are away from home. ford may have to recall nearly 3 million pickup trucks. regulators are investigating a
fuel leak problem. national highway transportation safety commission says fuel straps holding up the tank can rust and break. prices for used cars set a record high in april and are expected to climb even higher. dealers expected to see a severe shortage of more economical models by mid summer. high prices being caused by a demand for maller cars and people holding on to their cars in a struggling economy. most people shopping for used and mid-sized cars are experiencing sticker shock. >> today i'm noticing the prices, indeed, are more than i expected. >> we were expecting between $9,000 and $11,000 and i'm finding $16,000 to $17,000. >> they say they are paying much more for used cars because they
are in such short supply. one dealer said you might consider buying a new car for a little more if you can get a good deal like zero percent financing. >> general motors wrapping up u.s. investments. >> and battle over yellow pages. hearing today that could mean san francisco will soon see a lot fewer of the phone directories. >> and latest on the damage done as the mighty mississippi crests near record levels. >> and nato warplanes step up the military pressure on libya's moammar khadafy. the key government targets that are rebel,000 morning.
welcome back. 5:48. california forecast, clouds around the coast. a little bit up in the sierra and high desert. nothing showing up on live doppler 7 hd. let's see what the afternoon holds, near 80 in sacramento along with palm springs, upper 50s to low 70s in san diego, l.a. and yosemite. looks like eureka and big sur will be stuck with cloud cover. tahoe about 53 degrees with afternoon sunshine. the navy is drawing up plans to let chaplains perform same sex civil marriages.
chaplains will be training this summer. navy ceremonies would only be allowed at military facilities in states that already recognize same sex unions and same next partners would not be entitled to health, housing or other benefits that straight couples left. >> in libya, five nato air strikes targeted tripoli overnight. they showed the damage caused by one strike that was used by a government building. it's not clear what the other strikes targeted and there is no word on injuries. nato is conducting strikes over libya that can prevent the military targeting civilians. the mississippi river crested in memphis at 48 feet falling just inches short of an all-time record, but it is soaking low-lying areas to require a massive cleanup. things shouldn't get worse in the area but it's going to take
waters for to recede and much longer for them to recover. hundreds of people were forced out of their homes but no new serious flooding is expected. >> they are still holding their breath. what do you think? >> i hope they hold. good news here, sunshine and take a look outside. several different perspective. first we'll start with mount tamalpais you can see what a gorgeous sunrise it will be. and switch over to, sutro looking down san francisco, port san francisco all the way over to hayward and one last stop we're going from our roof cam and show you, you can barely see it off in the distance the bay bridge the wonderful city of
oakland. nice job. beautiful surroundings we're dealing with this morning. find out what the temperatures when you step out. 50 in san rafael along with mountain view. low to mid-50s around los gatos and oakland. neighborhood outside the coast in the 40s. look at this, 39 in half moon bay. around the monterey bay, we have temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. gilroy 40 and salinas about 46 degrees. today's highlights, coastal fog and looks like a lot like summer. with the fog at the coast and sunshine and warmer temperatures around the bay. inland, clouds will increase everywhere tonight and drizzle is possible around the coast and higher elevations of the east bay hills. cooling begins on friday but the showers lag behind it for saturday and more so on sunday when we are still looking at some thunderstorms. for today, compared to average, oakland is warmer at 68. it's warmer than yesterday which is barely creeping closer to
average, napa at 72. livermore, san jose and san francisco, one, two and three degrees cooler than average. sunrise 6:05. mid to upper 70s in the valleys. 70 in fremont. everybody else on the east bay shore, mid to upper 60s. down in south bay. low to mid-70s for you. over on the peninsula, mid to upper 50s. as you head to the beaches, cloud cover in the upper 50s. downtown san francisco and sausalito low to mid-70s with upper 70s san rafael and vallejo. clouds will keep carmel around 60 degrees. you see 70 in santa cruz. at&t park, 7:15 first pitch, cool and breezy, temperature of 55 --58 dropping down to 55.
>> 51 in antioch and rest of us in the mid to upper 40s. temperatures pretty close to average the next couple of days. cooling trend on friday and much cool over the weekend. >> a little more problems. westbound 580 north livermore, chp is en route. you'll notice that traffic is moving at some speeds below 40 miles an hour. indicated by yellows in the altamont pass. you notice the traffic sensor, this accident has been cleared from the lanes. also, we've been following a power outage. hopefully we don't need to talk about it. they expect the power to be restored by 6:00. we are still hearing reports of traffic lights being out on stretches of van ness. highway 50 will be closed
starting tomorrow for rock wall replacement at echo summit. the detour is highway 88 if you are headed to south tahoe. get the latest at abc7news.com. google is taking the wraps off a new online music storage service. google unveiling a new music service that in san francisco. they will hold up to 20,000 of your songs. amazon's rival service only holds a 1,000 for free. this is cloud storage but the "new york times" says it could take a long time to upload it all. concert discount tickets, groupon and live nation coming up with deals on sports and concerts. the site will go ahead for the summer concert becomes.
>> gm is investing $2 billion in plants. it will create 4,000 jobs nationwide. crude and home heating oils have come under pressure today. they tightened regulations making it more difficult for speculated teors profit. today the san francisco board of supervisors will take a second look at legislation to cut down on the number of yellow page phone books delivered in the city. under the ordinance, yellow page distributors would have to ask businesses and residents if woe they would like copy before they leave one on the doorstep. disposing the books cost million dollars year. >> san bruno and millbrae residents could pay more for garbage pickup. city councils are expected to
vote today to increase collection by 1.5%. for most homeowners it works out to 1.5%. it's offered in a new contract to a company. >> they are looking for thieves that smashed through the doors and steal an atm. two suspects ran the doors of the main entrance and removed an atm from the foundation. police say they left the truck behind and got away in another vehicle with the atm and undisclosed amount of cash. >> just ahead, two young, trouble in a new facebook study. >> big announcement coming this morning from the newly married prince william and kate middleton. >> firefighters in san jose can't escape budget problems. i'm amy hollyfield and i'll have
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