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Lightning Suspected Cause of Barn Fire

November 15, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

Lightning from a passing thunderstorm may have triggered a fire Wednesday at a barn and workshop belonging to Lee Mick at 843 Old West Point Road.

Firefighters were summoned to that location around 5:00 p.m after central dispatch received a report that a barn, with some horses and hay inside, was on fire. County Fire Chief Donny Green says neighbors reported hearing a very loud clap of thunder just before discovering the fire, and since neither the barn nor shed had electricity, lightning is the suspected cause.

Green says upon arrival, firefighters found an enclosed workshop attached to the barn was on fire and that the blaze had spread to the front portion of the barn.

Green says firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the fire but the shed and all it's contents were destroyed including several tools, a lawn mower and go-cart. He says the fire burned to the inside of the barn and got into the rafters, but the damage to the barn was minimum.

The owner and neighbors, after discovering the fire, released the horses into a fenced pasture, so they were not harmed.

Members of the Cookeville Highway and Short Mountain Highway Fire Stations responded along with officers of the Sheriff's Department who assisted with traffic control.

$2.5 Million Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against DeKalb County and Others

November 14, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

The widow of a former DeKalb County prisoner has filed a $2.5 million dollar wrongful death lawsuit in Circuit Court against the DeKalb County Government and others.

Bonnie Stembridge claims her husband, Barry Douglas Stembridge, died from a staph infection four months after being released from jail and that he was exposed to the disease while he was in jail.

Ms Stembridge is suing as widow, individually, and on behalf of her deceased husband, Barry Douglas Stembridge; the decedent's son, Jason Douglas Stembridge; and the decedent's father, Harold Stembridge.

Named as defendants in the lawsuit, in addition to the DeKalb County Government are former Sheriff Lloyd Emmons, the DeKalb County Department of Health, Detention Health Care Associates, Incorporated, John or Jane Doe (A), John or Jane Doe (B), dentist, nurse, and/or other medical personnel.

According to the complaint, The DeKalb County Government is a governmental entity which holds itself out to be responsible for the DeKalb County Jail. Lloyd Emmons, (former) Sheriff, was a publicly elected official whose responsibilities included the supervision and oversight of the DeKalb County Jail. The DeKalb County Department of Health is a governmental agency responsible for overseeing health issues within the county. Detention Healthcare Associates, Inc. is a professional corporation which holds itself out to be responsible for providing comprehensive inmate healthcare to detention facilities including the DeKalb County Jail.

D. Russell Thomas and Herbert M. Schaltegger of Murfreesboro are the attorneys for the plaintiff.

Ms. Stembridge alleges that during Barry Stembridge's incarceration in the DeKalb County Jail from Decemeber 19th, 2005 through on or about July 20th, 2006, Mr. Stembridge had approximately eight teeth removed by medical personnel.

According to the lawsuit, "During the time period in which Mr. Stembridge had approximately eight teeth pulled, there was a known outbreak of staph infection within the jail. Despite having knowledge of the presence of staph and the threat of infection, medical personnel proceeded to pull Mr. Stembridge's teeth and failed to administer any antibiotics or any other precautionary measure to prevent the contraction of staph infection."

"Mr. Stembridge was released from jail on or about July 20th, 2006. On or about November 15th, 2006, he began experiencing back pain and late that night was admitted to the hospital. Mr. Stembridge died on November 20th, 2006. The final diagnosis by the attending physician was staphylococcal sepsis. The immediate cause of death named on the Tennessee Department of Health Certificate of Death is also staphylococcal sepsis."

Ms. Stembridge claims that it was negligence to pull the teeth in an environment with such risk of exposure to staph and that it was further negligence to fail to administer any antibiotic or any other precautionary measure to prevent the contraction of staph following the dental procedures.

She further alleges that "the dentist and/or medical personnel, John or Jane Does, failed to act in accordance with the standard of care prevailing in the community or in similar communities at the time of their acts and failures to act as alleged herein. Their acts and failures to act resulted in damages which otherwise would not have occurred had they met the standard of care. The breach of the standard of care set out above resulted in damages to plaintiffs which otherwise would not have occurred had they complied with the standard of care which was breached."

"Detention Healthcare Associates, Incorporated failed to meet its professional obligation to the inmates of the DeKalb County Jail to furnish medical services within the standard of care prevailing in same or similar communities. Either clinical pathways were not in place, or not followed. It was negligence on the part of Detention Healthcare Associates, Inc. not to have such or follow such a breach of standard of care prevailing in the community or in such similar communities, resulting in the injuries which otherwise would not have occurred and in damages to the plaintiff which otherwise would not have otherwise occurred. Further, Detention Healthcare Associates, Inc, is liable for the dentist and medical personnel's acts and failures of act upon the theory of agency."

Ms. Stembridge alleges that "prior to his death, Barry Douglas Stembridge had pain and suffering, a loss of enjoyment of life, was in mental anguish over his physical condition, and ultimately died as the result of the failure of the defendants to properly prevent the contraction of staph. As a consequence thereof, he was deprived of his earning capacity and his heirs at law as dependents were deprived of his earning capacity and suffered pecuniary losses. His loss of capacity to earn which will be calculated and shown to the court and jury in this matter amounts to tens of thousands of dollars of losses. The cause of action for these losses inures to the benefit of the family. There were other out-of-pocket expenses incurred which were incidental and consequential damages consisting of expenses of the ambulance trip to the hospital, hospital emergency room charges, hospital treatment, and other expenses. Plaintiff specifically brings this cause of action pursuant to (state law) which codifies the right to proceed as heirs."

"Bonnie Stembridge claims that "she has been deprived of the companionship, society, counsel, and marital relationship with her husband. Thus, she brings her cause of action for loss of consortium alleging that she is entitled to a cause of action as an heir at law but also individually she has an independent theory of recovery for the loss of her husband whom she was living with and for whom she deeply cared."

"Jason Douglas Stembridge brings a cause of action for loss of consortium as he is deprived of his father's companionship, guidance, counsel, friendship, and the normal parent/child relationship which was close and which was cut short due to the acts and failures to act of the defendants. This separate claim is not objected to by the widow."

"Harold Stembridge brings a cause of action for loss of consortium as he is deprived of his son's companionship, counsel, friendship, and the normal parent/child relationship which was close and which was cut short due to the acts and failures to act of the defendants. This separate claim is not objected to by the widow."

Ms. Stembridge is asking that "they (plaintiffs) be permitted a recovery in this cause in the amount of $2.5 million dollars, in total, that the consortium claim be reported separately from the other damages requested, all damages permitted by law, discretionary costs, general relief, a trial by jury, and the clerk's costs."

One Man Recently Sentenced, Charges Against Two Others Dropped In Year Old Shooting Case

November 13, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

The final chapter in a September 2006 shooting may have been written with one man having recently been sentenced and charges against two others dropped.

26 year old Garth Cantrell, who was indicted in April on a charge of attempted first degree murder in the shooting of 22 year old Joseph Givens last September on White Street in Smithville entered a plea by information on September 27th to a charge of aggravated assault and received a four year sentence. He also entered a plea to a charge of possession of cocaine, in a separate case, and received another four year sentence. Both sentences are running consecutively for a total of eight years. He must pay a $2,000 fine in the drug case.

After the shooting, Cantrell sought criminal charges against Givens and another man, Raymond L. Knox, Jr. claiming they beat him up prior to the shooting. Givens and Knox were indicted in August by the DeKalb County Grand Jury on an assault charge, but Criminal Court Judge David Patterson dismissed the charges against them upon request of the District Attorney General on October 26th.

On the night of the shooting, Cantrell was allegedly pulled from an automobile and assaulted by Givens and Knox. After the attack, Cantrell left, but apparently returned later with a rifle and allegedly shot Givens, causing serious bodily injury.

Givens was taken to Vanderbilt Hospital and was later released.

While free on bond, Cantrell was arrested again in May on the drug charge during a graduation night road block.

Cantrell was given credit for the 332 days he spent in jail waiting disposition of the case and is now incarcerated in the Tennessee Department of Corrections at the Brushy Mountain Correctional Complex. Cantrell will be eligible for parole on January 8th, 2008. His sentence is scheduled to end on July 30th, 2014.

Smithville Police Make Arrests For Burglary, DUI, and Filing False Report

November 12, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

Smithville Police have made arrests for burglary, filing a false report, and driving under the influence in recent days.

Chief Richard Jennings says 38 year old Charles Eugene Thurman, Jr. of Murfreesboro is charged with burglary.

According to the arrest warrant, Thurman did enter a trailer on Short Mountain Street in Smithville without the consent of the owner and with intent to commit theft.

Thurman may also be a suspect in a vandalism on College Street.

In his report, Lieutenant Steven Leffew wrote that " On Friday, November 9th at 5:29 p.m.I was dispatched to 1234 College Street in reference to a vandalism. Upon arrival, Melissa Thurman showed me where someone had made forced entry through the back door and poured paint on several items of furniture, broke three end tables, and cut up a couch and love seat."

No arrests have been made in that case.

Smithville Police have also taken a report on another theft.

Officer Travis Bryant, in his report, states that "On October 31st at 3:00 p.m., I went to 522 Miller Road in response to a theft from a vehicle. Upon arrival, I spoke with Guy Peterson who advised me that he had items taken from his car. The items included a laptop valued at $1,000, a black computer bag valued at $50, a wireless Sony walkman valued at $100, and a Sony car CD player valued at $150."

No arrests have been made.

Sandra Krammer reported a theft on Saturday, November 10th.

Lieutenant Steven Leffew, in his report, states that "On Saturday at 4:07 p.m. I was dispatched to 1100 South College Street in reference to a theft. Upon arrival, Krammer stated that someone had stolen a 40 gallon gas hot water heater and a 20 foot iron pipe. She states that the items were taken from the south side of the building. They had been outside for a couple of months."

No arrests have been made.

44 year old Mark G. Koch of Restview Avenue, Smithville was charged with filing a false report.

According to the arrest warrant, Officer Craig Capps responded to a domestic call at 624 Restview Avenue on October 22nd, where Koch stated that his girlfriend, 42 year old Wendy Kay Goodman, had stabbed him once in the chest and once in the arm. On his statement, his girlfriend was arrested. On the court date, Koch stated that he had turned into the knife and that it was all an accident.'

Koch is under a $2,500 bond on the false report charge.

34 year old Regina C. Valdez was charged with a first offense of driving under the influence early Sunday morning, November 11th.

The arrest warrant states that Valdez was the driver of a vehicle that had been involved in a one car accident on Allen's Chapel Road. Upon speaking with her, Officer Randy King noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her person. She did admit to drinking earlier. She was asked to perform several field sobriety tasks in which she performed poorly. She did consent to a breathalyzer test but could not produce a sufficient sample for testing.

Her bond is $1,500

39 year old Curtis Lee Adams was charged with a first offense of driving under the influence on Saturday, November 10th.

According to the arrest warrant, Officer King stopped a vehicle traveling east on West Broad Street in Smithville for speeding, going 84 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone. The vehicle stopped at the intersection of Church Street and Holmes Creek Road. Officer King spoke to the driver, Adams, and he noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on Adams' person. He was asked to perform several field sobriety tasks in which he performed poorly. He did submit to a breathalyzer test but blew an insufficient sample three times causing the machine to abort the test.

His bond is $1,500.

Martin Calls on Nation's Leaders to Stop Bickering and Put Country and Troops First

November 12, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

A good crowd turned out for Monday morning's Veteran's Day observance downtown

The ceremony, held in front of the Veteran's Memorial Monument on the south side of the courthouse, featured remarks by guest speaker Harold Martin, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel, who called on our national leaders to stop the bickering and to put our country and troops first. "The men and women who marched off to World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Iraq, and Afghanistan, knew that freedom is not free. The freedom that we enjoy has been paid for with thousands of lives, with sweat, with blood, and with immeasurable sacrifice by many thousands of American men. The coming generation needs to know about this."

"With the present world situation being what it is, this is the time to stand shoulder to shoulder to keep America the strong, free nation that our armed forces down over the years has secured for us. Not only is it the responsibility of our military to keep our country strong, it's also the responsibility of our elected leaders."

"Members of Congress are currently at odds with each other. Democrats are bickering with Republicans. Republicans are bickering with Democrats and it's time for the two to act in unison and put our country and our troops ahead of everything else."

Rebecca Purdue sang the National Anthem to start the program and the ceremony also featured a performance by the DCHS band and a group known as "Southern Harmony" who sang a few patriotic songs. The group is made up of Mary Lynn Page, Annette Greek, Betty Martin, and Susan Parham.

Charles Olsen offered the opening prayer, Doyle Smith led the audience in the pledge to the flag, and Edward Frazier and Bill Patrick laid a wreath at the Veteran's Monument at the conclusion of the program as Colton Rhody played taps on his trumpet.

Prior to the ceremony a Veteran's Day parade was held featuring several local veterans, who rode together on a float. There were also horse and mule drawn wagons among other participants.

The program was sponsored by the local American Legion and VFW.

Sparta Man Stopped for a Traffic Violation Charged with Possession of Marijuana

November 12, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

A Sparta man, stopped by a county officer for a traffic violation Friday, was found to have some marijuana.

39 year old Jay Anderson III of Omaha Gap Road, Sparta was arrested for driving on a suspended driver's license, simple possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sheriff Patrick Ray says Anderson was stopped on Highway 70 East for a traffic violation. After deputies ran Anderson's license, he was found to be driving on a suspended license. Upon a pat down search, Anderson was found to have in his possession two marijuana cigarettes, a plastic bag containing marijuana, and rolling papers. Bond was set at $3,500 and his court date is November 29th.

Meanwhile 23 year old Paul Robert Higgins of Grand Rapids Boulevard in Naples, Florida and 23 year old Jennifer Leigh Peacock of West Road, Morrison were arrested on Sunday after Higgins' vehicle was stopped for weaving on Highway 70 West.

Sheriff Ray says Higgins was found to be intoxicated after deputies tried to administer field sobriety tasks. Higgins was arrested for DUI 1st offense.

Peacock was a passenger with Higgins and was also intoxicated. According to Sheriff Ray, Peacock became very belligerent with the deputies. She was arrested for public intoxication. Bond for Higgins was set at $1,500 and Peacock's bond was set at $1,000. Both are to appear in court on December 6th.

Martha Webb Crowned Fall Fest Queen

November 10, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

15 year old Martha Alan Webb of Smithville is the 2007 Fall Fest Queen.

She was crowned Saturday night at the conclusion of the annual pageant held at the DeKalb County High School gym, sponsored by the Smithville Business and Professional Women's Club.

Webb, daughter of Alan and Lora Webb, succeeds the 2006 Fall Fest Queen, Jessica LeAnn Bain of Smithville, the 18 year old daughter of Teresa Johnson and Harold Bain.

First runner-up in the pageant was 17 year old Sarah Elizabeth McBride of Smithville, daughter of Michael and Lisa McBride.

17 year old Macy Felts was named second runner-up. She is the daughter of Rick and Kendra Guinn of Smithville.

Kristen LaCole Smartt was third runner-up. She is the 14 year old daughter of Aaron and Paula Taylor of Dowelltown.

16 year old Rosemary Apple of Smithville, daughter of Nick and Claire Apple, was the fourth runner-up.

Meanwhile, 16 year old Whitney LaRay Moss of Alexandria, daughter of Greg and Wendy Moss, was named Miss Congeniality.

Some twenty young ladies participated in the pageant.

Gordon Accepting Service Academy Applications

November 10, 2007

U.S. Representative Bart Gordon is accepting applications through December 1st from DeKalb County students seeking nominations to the U.S. service academies.

The U.S. Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, and Military Academy all require a nomination to be considered for admission. Gordon is accepting applications from high school seniors or recent graduates who live within his congressional district, which includes DeKalb County.

"Each year, I have the privilege of nominating outstanding young men and women to the service academies," Gordon said. "The quality of education available at the academies is among the best in the country. The competition for a nomination is tough, but I encourage anyone who is interested to apply."

Students who are accepted to the service academies receive free tuition, room and board, as well as a monthly stipend. Upon graduation, they are commissioned as second lieutenants or ensigns in their branch of service, where they must complete a five year service obligation. The value of a service academy education is more than $300,000.

To be eligible for a nomination, a candidate must be a U.S. citizen between the ages of 17 and 23. Any interested students should contact Congressman Gordon's Murfreesboro office at (615)- 896-1986 or download an application through his Web site at www.house.gov/bart and mail it to him at P.O. Box 1986, Murfreesboro, TN 37133

Health Coordinator Finds No Cases of MRSA In DeKalb County Schools

November 7, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

There are currently no cases of MRSA in the DeKalb County School System.

That from Dee Anna Persinger, School Health Coordinator, who briefly addressed the Board of Education Thursday night on steps that are being taken in the school system to guard against the infection. " We've taken all the necessary precautions in the prevention of staph infection and we have also gone beyond the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control. With all schools, the restrooms are being cleaned twice daily. Classrooms are being cleaned and disinfected with staph effective cleaners and disinfectants. I have met with all the principals and provided them with tool kits on antibiotic resistance. In that tool kit, I've given them links, the CDC facts sheet, and guidelines for nurses and custodians as far as how to handle the staph prevention. We've had an in-service with bus drivers. The supervisor and myself met with them and gave them a quick in-service on how to disinfect their buses. We have no confirmed cases of MRSA in the DeKalb County School System, as of right now."

Persinger added "The federal government has issued a statement that one in three people carry the staph infection. There's nothing to be alarmed about. It's always been an issue. It's a matter of personal hygiene, keeping your hands washed, and not sharing personal items."

According to the Tennessee Department of Health, MRSA or Methicillin–resistant staphylococcus aureus is a type of infection that is resistant to many antibiotics. MRSA skin infections are generally spread by skin-to-skin contact or by direct contact with the drainage from an infected wound. Research indicates 85% of all serious cases of the infection are associated with health care settings, while the remaining 15% of reported infections are considered community-associated. Community-associated MRSA can be spread by contact with contaminated surfaces or items such as sports equipment or personal hygiene items.

Signs and Symptoms:

Often an infection will look like a spider bite, a boil (large red, painful bump under the skin), a cut or blister that is swollen and filled with fluid, or a turf burn. It is important to report any suspicious skin infection to your health care provider immediately.

The Numbers:

In Tennessee, there were more than 1,800 invasive cases of MRSA in both 2005 and 2006. An invasive case occurs when the infection is found in organs other than the skin. As of September 30, 2007, there were 1,400 diagnosed cases of MRSA in Tennessee. More recent cases have been reported in several Middle Tennessee counties.

Stopping the Spread:

Steps to decrease the possibility of developing MRSA include:

Washing hands frequently with warm, soapy water.
Using 60 %alcohol-based hand gel if soap and water are not available.
Keeping hands away from the face, including the nose, eyes and mouth.
No sharing personal items like make-up, bar soap, razors, towels, washcloths, clothes or athletic equipment.

If participating in sporting activities or exercise, showering immediately afterwards, washing with soap and hot water.

Washing towels, washcloths, and practice uniforms after every use in hot water and soap, and drying in a hot dryer.

Avoiding contact with the skin infection of others.

School Board Adopts 2008-2009 Calendar

November 8, 2007
by: 
Dwayne Page

The DeKalb County Board of Education formally adopted the school calendar for the 2008-2009 year Thursday night, upon the recommendation of Director of Schools and the School Calendar Committee.

Registration for all students will be Tuesday, August 5th from 7:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. That will be an abbreviated school day.

Thursday, August 7 will be an administrative day at all schools and all teachers must attend from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Students will not attend.

The first full day of school for all students will be Wednesday, August 6

A system wide professional development day will be Thursday, July 31st at DCHS and all teachers from all schools must attend from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

All teachers will report to their individual schools Friday and Monday, August 1st & 4th from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. each day.

Students will not attend on Monday, Labor Day, September 1st.

Schools will be closed for the fall break October 10-17

Students will be off for the Thanksgiving holiday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, November 26th, 27th, & 28th and for the winter break December 22nd through January 2nd , 2009. Friday, December 19th will be the last day students attend before winter break and that will be an abbreviated school day. Students will return after the holidays on Monday, January 5th to begin the third nine week session.

Schools will be closed for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 19th and for President's Day, Monday, February 16th.

The spring break will be March 19th, 20th, & 23rd

Students will not attend on Good Friday and Monday, April 10th & 13th . Students will also be off on Thursday, May 21st. That will be an administrative day and all teachers must attend.

The last day of school will be Friday, May 22nd. That will be an abbreviated school day and report cards will be given to the students.

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Tuesday, October 7th and Thursday, March 12th at DeKalb County High School from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.

Parent-Teacher Conferences will also be held from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Thursday, October 9th and Thursday, January 29th at DeKalb Middle School, Northside Elementary, Smithville Elementary, and DeKalb West School.

Report cards will be sent home on Monday, October 6th, Thursday, January 8th, and Tuesday, March 10th.

Competency testing at DCHS will be October 7th-9th and February 10th-12th.

Gateway testing at DCHS will be December 2nd-4th and May 5th-7th. Gateway test makeup will be December 5th and May 8th.

Writing Assessment for the 5th, 8th, and 11th grades will be February 3rd. Writing Assessment make-up will be February 4th.

TCAP testing of elementary students will be April 20th-24th.

(Stockpile Days) Professional Development/Instructional Days will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 4th and Friday, May 1st.

Meanwhile, in other business Thursday night, the school board set the date for graduation at DeKalb County High School for Friday, May 23rd at 7:00 p.m.

Director of Schools Mark Willoughby also presented his monthly personnel report to the board.

Those employed since last month include substitute teachers Rebeckah Beck, Linda Brown, Dwayne Cornelius, Mary Edmonds, Joyce Martin, Dina Moon, Angela Osment, Gayle Pack, Debbie Parchman, Tina Paschal, Stacey Rise. Cori Sexton, Susan Shaw, Rawlin Vanatta, Shirley Ingram, Tracy Ludwig, Krystal Patterson, Tammy Rhea, and Ivadell Randolph.

Dwayne Cornelius, Wallace Cantrell, and Gregory Muskopf were hired as substitute bus drivers.

Meanwhile Lillian Lori Purnell, a teacher at Smithville Elementary School and Jennifer Agee, educational assistant, were granted a leave of absence as requested.

In her report to the board, DCHS Principal Kathy Hendrix, appealing to the radio audience, asked parents to "make sure that your children are passing all of their classes. If they are having trouble in any class, we have lots of before and after school programs available for them. We have credit recovery, grade recovery, Tiger Academy to make up time if they have missed too many days. We also have access to on-line classes. We are going to have some more classes available on-line probably around the first of the year. We may be able to incorporate them right away, Algebra I, English 12, Geometry, Econ and Government, and Gateway Math."

"I would also like to encourage parents to please keep in touch with your child's teachers to make sure they are being successful in their classes. If you have Internet access, every teacher has an email address. This is a very quick and easy way to keep in touch with your children's teachers. Also, if your child has an English, Math, or Science class, we do have Homework Hotline, where if they are working on something at home, they can call that number and get help if they need it. We want every child at DeKalb County High School to be successful and we're trying to provide every opportunity available that we can come up with to help them succeed. I also want to encourage the students to take advantage of these opportunities that we have available for them."

"We also are providing some transportation after school now. The bus is going to leave at 4:45 p.m. over in front of the Middle School. If there are high school students, there will be drop off points. We'll get some paper work out on that. We're going to do everything we can to try and get your children access to these after school programs. If you need that after school ride, we need your name and address, prior to the date that you need a ride home. So please take advantage of all these things we have to offer at the high school."

Director Willoughby added that regarding the after school transportation, "parents will need to sign a permission slip and parents of high school students will have to be at the designated drop off points when the bus arrives there."

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