News Update!!: Oakland, CA: Latest Information: Deadly Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire.

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News Update!!: Oakland, CA: Latest Information: Deadly Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire.

Here is the latest information on the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, California that occurred on Friday, December 3rd, 2016.

** As of 11:00pm PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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**** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the families and friends victims of the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, California. The victims were artists, poets, musicians, students, and teachers. We stand with the family and friends of the victims and we stand with the community of Oakland, California as they mourn the lost of so many good, creative, talented, and caring people. May we never forget the victims and may we stand together united in their honor. ****

** For a list of names and information related to the victims in the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire, please go to the following website addresses: **

– City of Oakland:

http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1/groups/ceda/documents/pressrelease/oak061793.pdf

– GLAAD:

http://www.glaad.org/blog/glaad-calls-media-accurately-report-oakland-fire-victims

 

** As of 6:20pm PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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Investigators are saying the Ghost Ship warehouse fire did not appear to have been set intentionally and may have been caused by a refrigerator or other electrical appliance.

Details about a possible cause emerged as fire crews nearly completed their search for bodies.

The death toll remained at 36 and was not expected to go higher.

 

** As of 6:20pm PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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** Picture from NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11: **

Congresswoman for the 13th District of California Barbara Lee, Oakland Mayor, Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy, and Oakland Fire Department Chief spoke at a press conference at 6:00pm PT to provide the latest information regarding the Ghost Ship warehouse fire.

Oakland Fire Department Chief declares a local State of Emergency; Oakland City Council to ratify request on Thursday, December 8th, 2016.

Oakland Fire Department Chief said that we will be on scene until we can look every family member in the eye and say no more bodies inside.

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said that 35 of the 36 bodies have been identified, with a person still unknown.

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is saying that prior to the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire, there were 3 complaints filed.

In wake of deadly warehouse fire, City of Oakland leaders calling for probe into illegally converted warehouses.

The Family Assistance Center will be open Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 from 8:00am to 8:00pm PT, and will remain open until the recovery process is concluded.

Support services will continue to be offered after the Family Assistance Center closes.

 

** As of 3:27pm PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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Construction crews begin to knock down section of the Ghost Ship warehouse.

 

** As of 1:54pm PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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Officials held press conference to provide updates on the deadly warehouse fire.

Fire Official said that they anticipates all debris removal will be complete from warehouse by tonight.

Crews have removed 90% of debris and crews are taking down structurally unsound parapets.

 

** As of 10:20am PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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** Pictures from NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11: **

According to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, autopsies done on about half of victims so far. Of that group, all died as a result of smoke inhalation.

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office say that at least 3 transgender people were among the victims in the deadly warehouse fire: 22 year old Cash Askew from San Francisco, California; 33 year old Em Bohlka from Oakland, California; and 29 year old Feral Pines from Connecticut, all are transgender women who preferred their new names be used to identify them, instead of the ones they were born with.

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. J.D. Nelson said that the coroner’s office is identifying the victims to the public by the names their families — not their friends — ask for, and will note the legal name, if different, on the official death certificate.

 

** As of 7:20am PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

** Video from the Today Show: **

The manager of the Ghost Ship, 46 year old Derick Ion Almena, was interviewed Tuesday morning on the Today Show, but emotions set in during the interview of what happened and the many people who died inside his warehouse.

During the emotional interview, Derick Ion Almena defended his role as landlord for the building which was used as a residential artist community.

I’m only here to say one thing: I’m incredibly sorry and that everything that I did was to make this a stronger and more beautiful community and to bring people together. People didn’t walk through those doors because it was a horrible place. People didn’t seek us out to perform and express themselves because it was a horrible place,” Derick Ion Almena told the Today Show.

Derick Ion Almena told the Today Show that he opened the warehouse to artists that didn’t have space elsewhere and for people who “can’t pay your rent because your dream is bigger than your pocketbook.”

When the needed for housing, the need for people to be able to sit down and be warm and make food and take a shower, take a bath and go to bed. So we created something together. This stopped being me. This stopped being about me 3 years ago,” Derick Ion Almena told the Today Show.

Derick Ion Almena told the Today Show that when he signed the lease for the building.

I signed a a lease and I got a building that was to city standards supposedly. I was lowered into something that I had to constantly….,” Derick Ion Almena told the Today Show.

A tech sales worker and jewelry maker who lived there for 4 to 5 months about 2 years ago at the converted warehouse dubbed the “Ghost Ship” spoke to NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11.

The former tenant, 58 year old Shelley Mack said she found the rental in an ad on Facebook, paid about $700 a month in rent, along with a security deposit of the same amount and a one-time contribution of about $700 to a fund meant to go toward improvements, but none were ever made.

Shelley Mack said that the warehouse was often freezing cold in the building, water and power were sometimes stolen from neighbors, who would get angry and shut them off, and once, a generator blew up, and residents quickly doused the flames.

Shelley Mack told NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11 that she didn’t know the ramshackle dwelling was illegal until after she moved in and she was instructed to tell visitors it was a 24-hour workspace for artists.

When inspectors or other outsiders came to visit, Shelley Mack said she and other residents scurried to hide clothes, bedding and other evidence anyone was living there.

It’s a good example of people taking advantage of people because they had no other options. People make businesses off scamming people online when they’re looking for a place,” Shelley Mack told NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11.

The warehouse was crammed with rugs, old sofas and a garage-sale-like collection of pianos, paintings, turntables, statues and other items that quickly fed the flames.

“All kinds of electrical cords running through there illegally. Massive extension cords. Heavy musical equipment. That place was just a death trap. I didn’t think it was going to last this long before it went up or somebody shut it down,” Shelley Mack told NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11.

Shelley Mack then told NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11 that one doorway was blocked, because it led to the property of a neighbor who’d been in a dispute with the operators, whom she and other former tenants and friends identified as 46 year old Derick Ion Almena and his wife, 40 year old Micah Allison.

They lure you in with all these promises about what they’re going to do with your deposit and your rent. They don’t do any of it. They just party with it,” Shelley Mack told NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11.

When asked about those claims during the Today Show interview, Derick Ion Almena said, “I don’t want to talk – I don’t want to talk about it, I don’t want to talk about me. I don’t want to talk about profiting. This is profit? The loss of mass life? Like I’m a father. I lay my three children down there every night. Profit, this is not profit – this is lost, this is a mass grave.”

When asked for the families of the victims, Derick Ion Almena said, “I’m only here to say – I’m only here to say one thing, that I’m incredibly sorry and that everything I did was to make this a stronger, beautiful community and to bring people together. People didn’t walk through those doors because it was a horrible place. People didn’t seek us out to preform and to express themselves because it was a horrible place.  I’m 47 years old, I’m the father of this space, and on the night of the fire – did I know there was going to be a fire? Did I move my children from the space? and get a hotel – because I wanted to avoid this? because I wanted to cast blame on other people? No, because I wanted to get a good night sleep with my children and I wanted to let the young people do what they needed to do.”

Addressing the questions the 2 host of the Today Show are asking, Derick Ion Almena said, “I am not going to answer any of these questions in the way you are presenting them. I didn’t do anything ever in my life that would leave me up to this moment. I’m an honorable man, I’m a proud man – No I’m not going to answer these questions on this level. I’d rather get on the floor and be trampled by the parents. I’d rather let them tear at my flesh than answer these ridiculous questions. I’m so sorry, I’m incredibly sorry, what do you want me to say – I am not going to answer these questions. I am just going to say that I’m sorry.”

As Today Show host Matt Lauer was ending the interview and thanking him for his time, Derick Ion Almena said, “If you have to hold my soul accountable – if you have to hold my soul accountable for believing in something. And loitering in other artistes and other beautiful people – that also believed with me, and for 3 years we built something – everyday, we improved everything.

After the emotional interview, Derick Ion Almena avoided questions from the many news media outlets as he was escorted away to a vehicle.

Since the deadly warehouse fire, many in the artist’s community are now focusing their anger at Derick Ion Almena, the founder of the collective who escaped the fire.

City of Oakland Officials said that the Ghost Ship, the warehouse that Derick Ion Almena told several news media outlets people lived inside, was not permitted as a residential building, but there are many of similar warehouses across Oakland, California and San Francisco, California.

 

** As of 6:40am PT on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016: **

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A news conference was held providing the latest information regarding the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire.

Sheriff’s Official say the warehouse fire casualties holds at 36 and 26 families have been notified.

When asked on the expected warehouse casualty count, Fire Official said, “I don’t anticipate it going up.”

There is still one “John Doe” remaining of the 36 people who died in the deadly warehouse fire.

Oakland Police Department say that no additional victims located overnight, 85-90% of building has been searched, and power outage is still in place.

Investigators resumed recovery process overnight at around 2:00am PT.

Fire Official say the left corner of the warehouse is still not fully safe and needs to be braced for crews to get in.

 

** As of 11:40pm PT on Monday, December 5th, 2016: **

** Victims of the Deadly “Oakland Ghost Ship” Warehouse Fire: **

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The fire’s death toll stood at 36 on Monday, December 5th, 2016 with about 75 percent of the building searched.

Officials say they’ve identified a total of 22 victims and notified their families and have released 17 names.

Officials also confirmed on Monday, December 5th, 2016 an 18th name, 17 year old Draven McGill, who’s school is in San Francisco, California and is the son of an Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Deputy.

** Video from NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11: **

Survivors Nikki Kelber and Carmen Brito describe to NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11 the horrific scene inside the converted Oakland warehouse where they lived as they fled for their lives and tried to help others escape the building where dozens died in a fire late Friday night.

“I came out of my space and saw an entire wall on fire 20 feet from where I was standing. I just knew there was nothing that could be done,” Carmen Brito said to NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11 as anguish echoed from her voice.

In a matter of 30 seconds, Carmen Brito managed to make a beeline for the front door and escaped the inferno consuming her home.

Carmen Brito described the entire ordeal by saying “everything happened so quickly.”

Her friend, Nikki Kelber, jumped from her loft, grabbed her cat and switched on a head lamp to help navigate the foggy maze.

Nikki Kelber ghastly escape through the dark was complete in a matter of moments.

“I feel like it was 30 seconds from when I looked down the hall to when it was pretty much engulfed. It was so fast,” Nikki Kelber said to NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11.

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Hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigils at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California for the victims of the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire.

People in the crowd embraced each other or held up lights or flowers and said aloud the names of people they lost in the fire.

Several people in the crowd had signs offering “free hugs.”

Attendees were asked to bring flameless candles, glow sticks, flashlights or other lights.

Whether they knew someone lost in this fire, or were just touched by the magnitude of this tragedy, the vigil drew a crowd of about 500 people.

During the vigil, City of Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf was booed for talking about warehouse’s code violations instead of the housing crisis.

** Video from NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11: **

Across the bay, as many as 50 people gathered in the Castro District in San Francisco, California for a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire.

The vigil at Harvey Milk Plaza, hosted by Rev. Megan Rohrer and other local transgender religious leaders, highlighted the fact that many of the victims and others affected by it were transgender persons.

Some members of the community lived in the warehouse well many were there to see 22 year old Cash Askew, a popular transgender performer who died in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire.

** Picture from Noelle Walker (@NoelleNBC5) at NBC affiliate KXAS Channel 5: **

Support of the victims of the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire was seen in Dallas, Texas.

 

** As of 4:00pm PT on Monday, December 5th, 2016: **

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** Picture from NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11: **

A press conference was held providing more information on the fire.

Authorities have identified 16 victims in the fire; 13 families have been notified.

The son of one of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy was a victim in the fire.

Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Tya Modeste said that 7 names have been released to the public; the other names have not been released so that families can take a moment to grieve.

At least 3 people were from outside the United States, including Finland, Korea, and Guatemala.

Oakland Deputy Fire Department Chief say that 75% of removal complete from the warehouse and 36 bodies has been removed.

At least 22 autopsies have been completed so far.

Less then 50 people are reportedly missing.

Officials say the investigation into the fire and recovery of the bodies from the illegally converted warehouse was stopped temporarily Sunday night because a leaning wall at the charred building was deemed too unsafe to continue.

Oakland Fire Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton said that crews had to stop working about midnight on Monday because of “stability issues” at the warehouse.

“We can’t risk a piano or a a large appliance from coming down on firefighters,” said Oakland Fire Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.

Investigators are searching the back of the area for the possible cause of the fire.

Prosecutors say they are investigating the warehouse fire and murder charges are possible depending on evidence.

The Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, the investigation was just beginning and that if anyone is charged, charges could range from murder to involuntary manslaughter.

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley said anyone with information about the warehouse and the people living there can call a hotline the District Attorney’s Office has set up at: 1 (877) 288-2882.

If you have made contact with a loved one missing after the Oakland fire, please notify the Coroners Office at: 1 (510) 382-3000.

** Fire Relief Fund for Victims of Ghostship Oakland Fire: **

https://www.youcaring.com/firevictimsofoaklandfiredec232016-706684

City of Oakland Mayor thanked everybody who are coming to help families and friends of the victims and help the many people helping to search for more victims.

Flags were lowered to half-staff on Monday at all Alameda County facilities in honor of the dozens of people who died in the deadly Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire in Oakland, California.

The Oakland Ghost Ship Fire is ranked the 7th deadliest fires in the United States of America over the past 50 years.

A candlelight vigil is planned for 8:00pm PT at Lake Merritt for the victims of the Ghost Ship Fire in Oakland, California.

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** Picture from NBC affiliate KNTV Channel 11: **

Meanwhile, as the investigation continues into this deadly warehouse fire, many in the artist’s community are now focusing their anger at 46 year old Derick Ion Almena, the founder of the collective who escaped the fire.

Derick Ion Almena’s wife and children were reportedly at a hotel when the fire broke out.

Derick Ion Almena, who friends knew as Derick Ion, was convicted in January of receiving stolen property, specifically an Airstream trailer from his landlord in January 2015, court records show.

Derick Ion Almena spent 2 days in jail then, plead no contest to a misdemeanor, and is currently on probation until 2019.

TMZ is reporting that law enforcement sources say Derick Ion Almena was pulled over in Los Angeles County, California for having expired tags in March 2015, and while searching his car cops discovered he had 2 stolen license plates from vehicles registered in Oakland, California.

Derick Ion Almena was arrested and booked for petty theft, but was never charged though — the District Attorney declined to prosecute.

Derick Ion Almena survived the fire and posted to Facebook after hearing that the converted warehouse he managed was the site of a deadly fire.

The Facebook post, which has since been deleted, got a lot of attention because of its insensitivity to what was already known to be a fatal scene.

Derick Ion Almena’s Facebook post read, “Confirmed. Everything I worked so hard for is gone. Blessed that my children and Micah were at a hotel safe and sound … it’s as if I have awoken from a dream filled with opulence and hope … to be standing now in poverty of self worth.”

His Facebook posting prompted more than 2,000 comments, and many of them were critical of Almena’s message.

People who commented to Derick Ion Almena’s facebook posting said he showed more concern for his material possessions than the people who were killed in the blaze.

NBC News received a statement from Derick Ion Almena which read, “In my previous Facebook post, I had no idea there was a loss of life. This tragic event consumes me every moment. My heart is broken. My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends who have suffered the loss of loved ones.”

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** Pictures from Oakland Ghost Ship: **

There are a few of the pictures from inside the “Oakland Ghost Ship”, also known as the “Ghost Ship” before the deadly fire occurred.

 

** As of 2:30pm PT on Monday, December 5th, 2016: **

** Live Video from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4: **

A press conference has started at 2:30pm PT where more information will be release.

 

** As of 11:40am PT on Monday, December 5th, 2016: **

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** Picture above from NBC News. **

Officials say that the dead toll is at 36 people and the search continues for any more victims inside the burn down and collapsed warehouse.

Investigators are still searching for a cause to the fire.

According to Oakland Police Department Representative Johnna Watson, recovery efforts were cleared to continue Monday morning,

Seventy percent of the building had been searched by the time of the stoppage.

Also, at 12:00pm PT, PG&E turned off power in the surrounding area, which was expected to last for about 12 hours so that a crane could come in and conduct work at the warehouse.

United States of America President Barack Obama release a statement on the fire.

“Today our prayers go out to the people of Oakland, California in the aftermath of this weekend’s deadly warehouse fire – one of the worst fires in the state’s history. While we still don’t know the full toll of this disaster, we do know that an American community has been devastated, and many people – including young men and women with their whole futures ahead of them – have tragically lost their lives. I want to thank the dedicated first responders who have been working tirelessly for days to contain the situation, recover victims, and treat the wounded. My Administration is in close contact with our state and local partners on the ground to make sure that authorities have everything they need as they continue response operations and investigate the cause of the fire. Oakland is one of the most diverse and creative cities in our country, and as families and residents pull together in the wake of this awful tragedy, they will have the unwavering support of the American people,” said United States of America President Barack Obama.

 

** As of 11:00pm PT on Sunday, December 4th, 2016: **

The community of Oakland, California is mourning for the victims of a deadly fire that ripped through a warehouse known as the “Oakland Ghost Ship” on Friday, December 3rd, 2016.

Officials say that at least 33 people have died and the search continues for any more victims inside the burn down and collapsed warehouse.

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According to Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Ray Kelly, victims range in age from as young as 17 years old to people in their 30’s.

“It’s very unfortunate that we have to tell you that we have 17 year old victims,” said Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Ray Kelly.

According to Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Ray Kelly, among the dead include an Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Deputy’s son and people visiting from countries across the globe such as Europe and Asia.

The Alameda County Coroner’s Bureau has asked that the families of people who are still missing “preserve sources of DNA,” including combsand toothbrushes, to “prevent future delays” in the identification process.

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The deadly fire occurred at about 11:30pm PT on Friday, December 3rd, 2016 on the 1300 block of 31st Avenue in Oakland, California.

** Video from Oakland Fire Live on Twitter: **

According to Oakland Fire Department Chief Teresa Deloach Reed, the building was “subdivided into other occupancies” and between 50 and 100 people were partying on the upper floor.

A Facebook event page indicates that the fire sparked at the warehouse during a Golden Donna show – promoted by Los Angeles-based dance label 100% Silk – being held from 9:00pm PT on Friday, December 2nd, 2016 to 4:00am PT on Saturday, December 3rd, 2016.

https://www.facebook.com/events/594396784086012/

The Facebook page has since been changed to the “Memorial Page for Oakland Fire”.

Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Ray Kelly said at a news conference that they expects that number to continue to climb as firefighters maneuver through the wrecked “Oakland Ghost Ship”.

Oakland Fire Department Operations Chief Mark Hoffman described the building as a “labyrinth,” dotted with wood workers, sculptors, painters and more.

According to Oakland Fire Department Chief Teresa Deloach Reed, there was no evidence of smoke alarms or sprinklers.

Oakland Fire Department Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said further, its charred roof collapsed onto the second floor, which in places plunged onto the first floor.

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Officials brought in heavy equipment, including cranes, dump trucks, excavators and bulldozers, to create a safe path into the building.

Firefighters and police describe the work searching the burned warehouse as painstaking and painful.

“It was quiet, it was heartbreaking,” said Oakland Fire Department Battlenet Chief Melinda Drayton.

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office and American Red Cross also set up a family assistance center at 2425 East 12th Street in Oakland, California.

People can called: 1 (510) 382-3000 for help searching for their loved ones.

The public may access the latest updated information on the City of Oakland’s website at: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/ or by calling at: 1 (510) 238-2181.

The City of Oakland is asking the public to please do not contact the Alameda County Coroner’s Bureau unless you believe a family member may be a victim of the fire.

“We have contacted every family member. We have sat down with them. We have talked to them. We have cried with them. We have spent hours and hours with them,” said Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Ray Kelly.

According to the City of Oakland, the City of Oakland extends condolences to the families who have received the dreadful news that one of their loved ones perished in the fire.

California Governor Jerry Brown offered his condolences to the victims of the fire.

Oakland Fire Department continues to work with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department, Oakland Police Department, Alcohol Tobacco and Fire, CAL OSHA, Alameda County Search and Rescue and the American Red Cross to continue the recovery effort and conduct the investigation into the cause of this deadly fire.

“It’s still under investigation,” said Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton adding, “We don’t believe we’ve even gotten close to the point of origin of the fire.”

The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has activated the criminal investigation teams and is actively looking at this with all of the other law enforcement partners.

Many organizations and Bay Area residents are reaching out to help.

The Gray Area Foundation for the Arts has started an online fundraising page and has raised more than $217,130.

** Website to Help Donate: **

https://www.youcaring.com/firevictimsofoaklandfiredec232016-706684

The Oakland Athletics tweeted their support for those affected by the fire saying, “We will work together to heal our community.”

The A’s also sought donations and pledged to match contributions up to $30,000.

The Golden State Warriors also plan to hold a moment of silence for the victims at Saturday night’s game.

Proceeds from the game’s Warriors Community Foundations 50/50 raffle will support family assistance services for the Oakland fire, team officials said.

** Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story. **

 

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