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first, let's check in with weather. dale: a good bit of cloud cover overnight with a few flurries of snow is the colder started to blow in. it has stops now. 27 in boone. it is chilly in the mountains. low to mid 30's across the upstate and piedmont. it feels colder as the breeze blows. 26 mile wind in hendersonville, 20 in nashville and makes the mountain temperatures feel like single digits and the upstate feels like upper 20's with the breeze blowing early. grab a warm coat. it will need it. prpripitation rise, mostly sunny for the afternoon and 49 may be the best to get up to in the upstate today in the mountains will struggle to get into 40. it does get better over the weekend. we will talk about that in a few minutes. allyson: thank you. happening today, a groundbreaking for the 385 and
patrick: aly myles joins us to tell us more. aly: good morning. you can see the 85-380 five interchange behind me. today is expected to be the kickoff of the gateway project. there will be a groundbreaking that noon on woodruff road and it is expected to be the second-largest road project in scdot history. after the groundbreaking, construction is expected to get the full swing. the project involves creating a new interchange with lanes, ramps, bridges and while maintaining traffic. the widening of 385 will continue and there will be improvements to roper mountain road, woodruff road and other surrounding segues. officials are expected to hold the groundbreaking on woodruff road at noon today. the cost of the project is $231 million.
greenville. patrick: thank you. the excitement continues to 50. is geoff hart. allyson: he joins us live this morning from santa, clara -- from santa clara, california. through the roof this year. geoff: good morning. ticket to super bowl 50? a lot of folks with deep pockets would cross off a good bit of money. according to usa this morning, tickets were bought on my for $27,000 for two of them. with more on the ticket madness, here is brad fralick and marc dopher. brad: the super bowl is a very expensive event, but this may be the most expensive u.s. sporting event in history. marc: the highest price ticket
at this super bowl is pushing $250,000. we looked up tickets on places like stub hub and you can get a cheap ticket in the nosebleed section for about $2900, but if you want to sit lower, he would looking at $10,000 for $12,000. brad: the average price right now is just shy of $5,000. marc: that's all? brad: historically expensive and the players are offered 15 tickets, not for free, but to buy. trey boston told me he had to purchase 15 tickets at $1800 apiece, and necklace for everybody in the family. it does not mean if you are 40 or seven months old, you have to buy a ticket that is $1800 or baby not even 18 months old. historically expensive super bowl 50. what else would you expect in san francisco?
geoff: how about that? possibly more than $200,000. it is hard to imagine, but it is a great matchup. both of the teams are top seeds and the broncos looking for the third win and the panthers looking for their first. looking forward to it sunday afternoon. geoff hart in santa clara, california. we will talk about the super bowl halftime show, coming up. allyson: don't forget, he joins our sports team live tonight in california to bring you a preview of the big game. we'll have our special "chasing a championship" at 8:00 tonight, right here on wyff 4. in commitment 2016, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are back in their respective corners after an intense democratic debate. patrick: and next up, the will face off this weekend. nikole killion has more from our exclusive washington newsroom. nikole: hillary clinton and bernie sanders turned up the heat in their sharpest exchange
>> i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac, who's not raising huge sums of money from wall street and special interests. [applause] >> it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out. nikole: the democrats dueled straight out of the gate over wall street and other issues as they staked out their postions, ahead the new hampshire primary. clinton took an aggressive stance as she trails sanders by double digits in two new polls. meantime, the gop is preparing for their own battle. minus carly fiorina, who didn't make the cut. fiorina appealed to the republican national committee to be included, but so far, the network hosting the debate has rejected her calls. in washington, i'm nikole killion wyff news 4. allyson: thank you. richard harpootlian is throwing his support behind bernie sanders. harpootlian is the former chairman of the south carolina democratic party. harpootlian says he made the decision wednesday after talking with sanders on the phone last week.
reminded him of president obama's in 2007. patrick: and more on the republican side, marco rubio is seeing a big bump since the iowa caucuses. in a new poll from our sister station wmur, he's up seven points among likely voters in the new hampshire primary, taking hold of second place. donald trump remains in the lead. ted cruz, john kasich, and jeb bush have all seen small bumps, too. allyson: taking a look at the roads. i-85 around mile marker 77 with flashing lights in the distance. we have an accident on i-85 southbound at mile marker 77. still working to clear up an accident that had the right lane blocked and it could have a slow down for your morning commute. also, in spartanburg on southport road at asheville
travel times on the interstates looking good. highway 76 in anderson county has construction through tomorrow toward pendleton with the right lane close. 26 and 40 should be a smooth amid drive. let's see how we look at 385 from haywood road. that should be the traffic. patrick: thank you. dale is with us again and a very february top beginning. dale: we have had mild days but not today. it will feel like winter. as you look from our peace center skycam tour the city, you can see the liberty bridge in the background. the streets are dry this morning. we had a good bit of rain this past week. we get a chance to dry out to the weekend. overnight, we saw flurries of snow and most of the action is east of charlotte and working its way into eastern north carolina. when did pfizer's continue for higher elevations of north carolina with strong wind blowing across the mountains this morning.
windchill factor coming to play. you can see the history of at the past six hours of the flurries that impacted parts of the upstate and mountains really early this morning. temperatures at this hour range from the rooms 22 to franklin's 27. -- boon'ee's 22 and franklin's 27. tigerville at 33, sampson bill -- simpsonville in the mid 30's. it feels colder with wind out of the north at 20 plus and in the upstate at five to 10 plus. we will get up to 40 to 49 for highs today. i will talk about the weekend in our next report. >> there is always something we can do better.
apple award winner con this week's golden apple award winner was nominated by a student she taught four years announcer: you are watching live, local, breaking news with geoff hart, allyson powell, and weather with meteorologist dale gilbert. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. patrick: this week's golden apple award winner was nominated by a student she taught four years ago. allyson: that tells you the kind of lasting impact she's having on her students. wyff news 4's geoff hart introduces us.
>> 1, 2, 3. geoff: it's crunch time. >> i like to have things to work towards. geoff: some big events to prepare for.
their full potential. geoff: for a team where no one sits on the bench. >> they're just capable of really great things and making some really great music. geoff: ms. carla brock has spent her entire working career teaching chorus at seneca middle.
>> we never sound good enough. geoff: a perfectionist? and a love for middle school students. >> they're never boring. they always make you laugh. geoff: key performances coming up include one at disney world next month, then the state competition, followed by individual tryouts for the all state choir. >> she puts so much effort and time into what she's doing and she's just so dedicated to us. geoff: the results have been great. two state championships under ms. brock and a regular top five at state. >> to be a top five choir is huge. geoff: making this honors class more special for her her
>> i was hesitant to join chorus. i didn't know if i wanted to do it, but i would truly regret it if i hadn't because i absolutely love this class. geoff: a teacher so influential that a former student, marie blackwell, now a senior at seneca high, nominated ms. brock for this award years later. >> chorus made me really interested in school. >> it was really fantastic. it just brought such a joy to me. >> i think when i started, it was more about me and what i wanted but now as i get older, what am i going to give them that they can take the rest of their lives? geoff: carla brock, a love of singing since the age of 3, and a job she calls joyful at seneca middle. allyson: you can nominate a teacher who you think deserves the golden apple award. patrick: just pick up a form at any ingles store. dale: a lot of days this winter where it did not feel like it,
super bowl. no guarantees about the game, but the halftime show lineup is strong. geoff hart's live outside levi stadium with more on that. geoff? geoff: good morning. the super bowl halftime show is a big deal. the headliner for this year's show is coldplay, and they were part of a news conference yesterday, and their lead singer chris martin was entertaining. the
first thing he said amongst the buzz was i feel like donald , trump, and when asked what team the bandwidth be rooting for, he replied the denver panthers. and here's his response to a reporter who jokingly asked how they campaigned to get this gig. >> we started in iowa three years ago. [laughter]
at that point, not
many investors. can of pepsi. pepsi stepped in and they give us a bigger breasts and it -- and they gave us a bigger bus and little stickers that said coldplay 2016. and the voters said, have ago. geoff: gary quick witted. also part of the halftime show, beyonce, bruno mars and r&b singer jonelle mone. and they are saying that our surprises considering this is super bowl 50. coming up, we will talk about snoop dogg. we will see later on. >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: good morning. 6:19. we are seeing clearing skies and cold temperatures.
breezes in the upstate compared to what the mountains experience. 35 -- up to 35 mile-per-hour gusts. overnight, we had a flurry or two of snow and all the action is east of charlotte and greensboro. ride along the tennessee and north carolina border, those are wind advisories for highway and expected. if you drive a high-profile trek and heading over to tennessee on i-40, a careful because it will be windy. let's check on a few other communities. waynesville at 21. mars hill the same at 23. we will see those 20's struggling to get up to 40 today. 30's and widespread across the upstate and we barely get into
where the wind blows at 20 to 26, it feels like 10 in hendersonville this morning. dress warmly. greenville-spartanburg airport typically has an average of 55 this time of the year but not today. 49 maybe the best we see in the mountains will struggle to get up to 40. cooler than normal temperatures today and dry weather expected today and through the weekend. by sunday, another blast of cold air that a few clouds being generated sunday night into monday. we could see flurries of snow in the upstate and that could change over to rain. same story for the mountains. dry weather until then and a good bit of sunshine over the weekend. looks like sunday will be the warmest but saturday will be pleasant because wind will be light and sunday getting back to normal. we will keep you up-to-date. allyson: taking a look at the
i-85 behind me around the business 85 interchange, we have been watching this area because he had an accident earlier blocking the right lane and it has cleared. we will continue to make sure that everything is smooth out there. in southport road at highway 176 in pacolet, an accident that could be slowing things down. nine minutes from i-385 to highway 101. let's see how it looked from woodruff road. patrick: how do you predict the
jimmy fallon allyson: if you missed "the tonight show" starring jimmy fallon, you missed the annual puppy predictions for the super bowl. patrick: let's see what team the golden retriever pups chose. >> welcome to puppy predictors super bowl 50 edition. here is how it works, nine puppies and to -- two bowls with
gets most puppies crowned super bowl chance. let's release the puppies. hi, guys. patrick: with the overwhelming majority, the puppies chose the broncos. luckily for panthers fans they , haven't been right the past two years. allyson: there don't have to be right when they are that cute. patrick: they are cute, what did they know? allyson: apparently not much. dale has a school salute. dale: we do. the eighth-grade students in mrs. edge's science class have been studying astronomy and satellites. they recently had a guest speaker from clemson who brought handheld gps devices. the students learned how to use coordinates to locate hidden treasure. the school was also named a national blue ribbon school this year for academic excellence , so maybury middle school, we salute you. to my for sending in that
allyson: it's time now for your wyff news 4 timeline on this february 5. on this date in 1978, new england was walloped with a memorable blizzard. patrick: northern rhode island received more than 4 feet of snow. dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection of breakfast sandwiches freshly made all day -- and now you can enjoy two english muffin egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches for $4.
and your campaign have been carrying out. allyson: the gloves come off between hillary clinton a bernie sanders. nikole killion gives us the fiery moments, coming up. patrick: a huge project starting at the i-385 and i-85 interchange today. first, let's go to dale gilbert. dale: we have had rainy weather and mild weather and now cold weather this week. he had flurries of snow overnight in the early morning hours and all working their way into central north carolina now. region, especially in the mountains where we are seeing 20 to 30 mile-per-hour wind, temperatures in the 20's and 30's and low to mid 30's in the upstate. grab warm coat. when that wind blows, it feels like single digits to teens in the mountains, and across the degrees colder. about 10 degrees colder today than yesterday. we will talk about the weekend
allyson: thank you. happening today, a groundbreaking for the 385 and 85 gateway project in greenville. patrick: aly myles joins us to tell us about the project. aly: happy friday. that interchange is right behind me. you can see the 85 and 385 right over there. it is supposed to be the official kickoff for the gateway project with the groundbreaking at noon on woodruff road. this is expected to be the second-biggest road project in the scdot history. after the groundbreaking, construction is expected to be in full swing. it involves creating a new interchange with new lanes, ramps and bridges, while still maintaining traffic. the wide enough 385 -- the widening of 385 will continue. they are expected to have the kickoff at noon with the groundbreaking on woodruff road today.
project is $231 million. aly myles wyff news 4 live in greenville. patrick: thank you. when it comes to the super bowl, you never know who is going to show up unexpectedly. allyson: geoff hart joins us again from santa clara, california, with more e who crashed the party. geoff? geoff: you never know who was going to show up, and yesterday, it was snoop dogg, going from rapper to reporter, snoop dogg showed up for a press conference and he was working as a correspondent for a sports show of course. since he's snoop dogg, he did more than just ask questions. he took a lot of pictures with the players, but here's how he handled his exchanges with the quarterbacks cam newton and peyton manning. >> i'm here working the media, baby. >> talk to me. >> first of all, i want to say -- cam, cam, cam, cam, dance with me.
you out when the me -- out manning you in the game you are about to play? >> that is a good question. >> first of all, can i get a 50% discount on poppa john pizzas? one in the state of colorado? >> absolutely, absolutely. geoff: peyton manning owns a number of papa john's franchises. snoop dogg says he is calling for the panthers to win because he likes their swag. coming up, we will hear from a quarterback who won his first super bowl but had a loss in his second. his emotions, straight ahead. allyson: thank you. don't forget, geoff joins our sports team live tonight in california to bring you a preview of the big game. we'll have our special "chasing
right here on wyff 4. turning to commitment 2016, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are back on the trail after an intense democratic debate. patrick: next up, the republicans base off this weekend. nikole killion has more. nikole: hillary clinton a bernie sanders turned up the heat in the sharpest exchange on msnbc. >> i am very proud to be the only candidate up your who does not have a super pack, it was not raising huge sums of money from wall street. [applause] >> i think it is time to and the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out. nikole: they told out of the gate over wall street and they staked out their positions ahead of the new hampshire primary. granted took an aggressive stance as she trailed bernie sanders into new polls.
own bridal, minus carly fiorina, who did not make the cut, and she repealed to be included, but the network that is hting the debate has rejected her calls. in washington, nikole killion wyff news 4. allyson: thank you. richard harpootlian is throwing his support behind bernie sanders. harpootlian is the former chairman of the south carolina democratic party. harpootlian says he made the decision wednesday after talking with sanders on the phone last week. he said sanders' passion reminded him of president obama's in 2007. patrick: on the republican side, marco rubio is seeing a big bump since the iowa caucuses. in a new poll from our sister station wmur, he's up seven points among likely voters in the new hampshire primary, taking hold of second place. donald trump remains in the lead with 29%. ted cruz, john kasich, and jeb bush have seen rises as well. allyson: we will have an update on traffic in a minute, but
these are wind advisories affecting parts of north carolina, emc, mitchell, avery, mcdonald and up to the tennessee border with high wind expected. we saw prairies of snow in the upstate and mountains overnight. you can see some of those flurries that occurred with cold air blowing in and clouds are being cleared out now. mostly sunny afternoon to enjoy. temperatures will not get as warm as yesterday. it reached into the upper 50's yesterday. upper 40's will be about the best we see today. 31 in toccoa. livonia at 31, hartwell at 35, dillard at 32, so a cold beginning and in the mountains, 20's feel much colder with 20 to 25 mile-per-hour wind. the us like 10 in hendersonville and five in boone. dress warmly if you will be working outdoors, especially in
49 for the upstate, 40 for the mountains. over the weekend, it will get better witit wind calming down so saturday and sunday should be pleasant. allyson: looking at the roads. if you're headed out the door, what to avoid, not interstate. interstate looks good with traffic picking up. this is southbound and this is northbound, but everything is blowing nicely. pacolet with an accident on southport road and no injuries. in belton, at lewis drive, slow and belton around that area. a tree in landrum to watch out for in the road right at jameson no road. we'll keep you updated on all those issues. 85 looking smooth. seven minutes from highway 221
i-385 looking good. starting to pick up in the northbound lanes coming in to town on haywood road. ricardo: good morning. i am ricardo,. -- i am ricardo lecompte. south carolina women can't look ahead to next monday night's showdown with top ranked uconn. the gamecoks have to deal with kentucky on thursday night, and usc would have to go most of the way without star guard tiffany mitchell. the two time sec player of the year taking an awful spill in the second quarter. she would leave and not return. the team calling the injury a lower back bruise, but mitchell would come back out to the bench to cheer her teammates on. final seconds of the third quarter khadijiah sessions from , 3-quarters court. gamecocks lead by 4 at the end of 3. fourth quarter gameocks with a , 2-point lead. alania coates going to work down low. 27 points, 13 boards for the junior center. usc wins 78 to 68 to improve to 22 and 0. and now, they can look forward to that showdown with undefeated
hartwell skycam. beautiful and clear skies. 30 four degrees. colder in the mountains of north carolina where it is in the 20's this morning. high wind advisories outpour along the tennessee-north carolina border with 20 to 30 mile-per-hour gusts of wind. the past six hours, you can see flurries of snow that occurred in parts of the upstate and mountains and that is traveling to the east in the eastern part of north carolina. 27 in asheville, 30 five in greenwood, so cold across the area and wind make it feels colder -- wind makes it feel colder. could felix eagle digits at times in the mountains and upper 20's in the upstate. dress warmly. nice weekend, low 50's tomorrow with light breezes and 40's in the mountains. back to normal on sunday. monday morning we could see flurries of snow once again.
updates early monday should wintry weather. patrick: thank you. outages to report. within 6000 outages across the carolinas. posted north carolina in the charlotte area with nearly 5000 with no power. henderson county around 200. in south carolina, nearly 130 people with no power at this time. duke energy estimates most power outages will be back on before 9:00 a.m. allyson: taking a look at the roads, a couple of accidents for you to watch out for. on southport road and highway 176, still clearing one. in dalton, one happening at lewis drive. also, a tree in the road on landrum at jamison mill road. travel times on the interstate looking pretty good. traffic is picking up.
woodruff road where the gateway project begins. patrick: speaking of that gateway project -- allyson: happening today, groundbreaking for that i-85 and 385 gateway project in greenville. patrick: wyff news 4s aly myles is out there life now. good morning. aly: good morning. the gateway project kicks off today. behind me, you can see the 85 and 385 interchange. one of the things the project will change. it kicks off at the groundbreaking at noon today on woodruff road. this is the second largest road project in scdot history. after the groundbreaking, construction is expected to get the full swing. it is about creating and you interchange with new lanes, ramps and bridges and maintaining traffic. they say the widening of 385 will continue with improvements to roper mountain road, woodruff road and surrounding roadways. you can catch the groundbreaking
the cost of the project is $231 million. aly myles wyff news 4 live in greenville. allyson: thank you. commitment 2016, hillary clinton and bernie sanders squared off on more time before tuesday's primary in new hampshire. patrick: just hours before last night's today, the latest cnn poll shows sanders with a more than a 30 point lead over clinton. now, clinton is looking to gain ground. some of the major topics last night were health care, wall street, and who is more progressive. >> what i hope the supreme court will do is make it absolutely clear that any state that continues capital punishment either must meet the highest standards of evidentiary proof of effective assistance of counsel or they cannot continue >> it.
and killing, i just do not believe the government itself should be part of the killing. patrick: this is the first time clinton and sanders have debated without martin o'malley who , suspended his campaign after the iowa caucuses. allyson: richard harpootlian is throwing his support behind bernie sanders. he is the former
chairman of the south carolina democratic party. harpootlian says he made the decision after talking with wednesday, sanders on the phone last week. he said sanders' passion reminded him of president obama's passion back in 2007. patrick: let's head back to the poll we told you about. on the republican side, marco rubio seen a big rise in the polls since the iowa caucuses. he is up seven points, taking hold of second place. donald trump remains in the lead. ted cruz, governor john kasich, and jeb bush up also seen rises. the republican candidates meet for their final debate before the new hampshire primary saturday night.
and marco rubio, dr. ben carson, former governor jeb bush, and governors chris christie and john kasich will all be there. carly fiorina and former governor jim gilmore did not meet the criteria for this debate. you can watch the debate at 7:30 p.m. with congressman trey gowdy
who will be at the nosehat astro club in greenville. in greenville county, a close call for a seven-year-old. she was run over after she fell off the foot of the car. they say it happened off of anderson bridge road just after 6:30 last night and she was taken to greenville memorial hospital and her condition is unknown at this time. allyson: lawmakers may change the way law enforcement handles dash cam video. they would need a judge's approval to withhold dash cam footage from the public for more than 15 days. senator larry martin says that
currently, if the news this denied the video, the only option is to sue and he says that is not a realistic option for many people. they have postponed voting on the bill. patrick: deputies arrested four men who they say killed two people during an attempted armed robbery. they responded in iva last month and all for basis for your charges that include two counts of murder. take a look at these pictures from spartanburg. allyson: take a look at these pictures from spartanburg. they are offering dinner for two or anyone who can get information about the graffiti artist. they tagged several buildings downtown and they say the supply to paint over the graffiti were donated.
for two. anyone with information is asked to call 86 for-809-8225. patrick: a great story, the cancer survivors walk in downtown greenville is now open with more than 200 people coming to the ribbon-cutting on world cancer day. the almost 1000 foot boardwalk runs from church street to the swamp rabbit trail along to redo river. it is designed to increase cancer awareness and provide a place for rejuvenation and reflection. phase two of the $7.5 million project will begin shortly. organizers are close to having all of the money needed for construction to start. allyson: do you want to be in a musical? dollywood is looking for singers from the upstate, experienced and country, bluegrass, or musical theater. auditions are on saturday, february 20 at the chapman cultural center in spartanburg on east st. john street.
auditions are from 11:00 to 2:00. performers must be 17 years old or older. you can find more information on www.wyff4.com. patrick: don't forget, the super bowl is two days away and our sports team will bring a preview of that game live from california. it is called "chasing the championship." geoff hart will join marc dopher and brad fralick at 8:00 tonight on wyff news 4 for the special. allyson: let's get you back to lead by stadium. patrick: we're counting down to the super bowl
and geoff hart is standing by. winning the super bowl can define a player's cold career. geoff: yes, indeed. winning the super bowl can define a player's career. we had the opportunity district to a number of nfl greats like deion sanders, michael irvin, and also kurt warner, who on his
two years later, they lost to the new england patriots. here's kurt warner on the joy and hartig of winning and losing. --
on the heartache of winning and losing. >> you can't really explain it. you couple it with the birth of a child, getting married, those great moments in life, that is what it is from a career in sports perspective. losing the super bowl, when i lost my first one, so much of my life was caught up with winning and what that would mean that the first one hung with me for a long time. we are talking not just weeks but years. geoff: kurt warner also lost another super bowl when he played for arizona, but he said he was in a better place and had a better perspective on the loss. we continue to count it down for super bowl 50 with the panthers and broncos set to kick it off
don't forget our special coming up tonight at 8:00 on wyff 4. back to you guys. allyson: thank you. if you are headed out the door right now, i was checking the traffic. i do have a couple of accidents in the area in pacolet on southport road on highway 176. in belton, lewis drive with accidents still -- with an accident still in the roadway. a treat in landrum on jamison mill road and it could slow you down. we are looking good on the interstate. let's see how in the con 385 and 85.. looking pretty good. patrick: we had a blustery early start to the day. with more, dale gilbert. dale: we had some flurries of snow early this morning in the upstate and mountains. skies are clearing looking from
34 degrees with the northeast breeze at eight making it feel colder, actually, at 16. we are seeing wind in the mountains of north carolina at 20 plus. the street and windy conditions all day today. it will struggle to get to 40 in the upstate -- in the mountains and the upstate will see upper 40's. grab a warm coat is you will need it as you head outdoors. at freezing and spartanburg and greenville and anderson at 34 and upper 20's in the mountains. 20 to 25 mile-per-hour winds making it feel colder. we will see improvement tomorrow. it will get into the low 50's in the upstate, mid 40's in the mountains and climb more on sunday. a pretty good forecast. here is how cold it feels as you head outdoors this morning. grab a warm coat for the morning and we will enjoy a lot of
sunday is pleasant with typical temperatures. by the first of the week of monday, we could see a wintry mix monday morning across the region. patrick: thank you. an update to power outages this morning. there are more than 6000 across the carolinas. mostly in north carolina in the charlotte area with nearly 5000 currently. henderson county has nearly 200. in south carolina, nearly 130 people with no power and duke energy estimates most will have to powerback around 9:00 a.m. allysoso hopefully they get that back on. we will keep you updated on the numbers. you are taking look at i-385 and 85 with the gateway dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection
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