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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and Anne Davies. Our

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top story tonight, the schoolboy on trial for beating a woman to death

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with a hammer. The jury hears that he made plans for the killing and

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searched for websites on how to get away with murder.

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Also tonight, a grieving mother backs a campaign to rid Mansfield

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of its binge-drinking culture. went to Mansfield for a Friday

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night out and never came home again. Plus, built for the bigger patient

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- health chiefs order more specially strengthened ambulances.

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It has a particular kind of structure that will take the

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pressure up to 50 stones, and a wider ramp on the rear for access.

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And it may be 59 years old but I'll be finding out that this Raleigh

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Good evening and welcome to Monday's programme. First tonight,

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a schoolboy's gone on trial accused of murdering a woman with a hammer.

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Today a jury heard that the boy had written detailed plans for the

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killing and that he tried to destroy the evidence by burning his

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victim's body. For more details, let's cross to Nottingham Crown

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Court and our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball. Good

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evening, Jeremy. Good evening. The prosecution said the jury will hear

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disturbing evidence. This happened at the woman's home in Nottingham

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last year. She was beaten so badly that her skull was fractured and

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though her and her body was covered in petrol and set on fire. And --

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and then her body was covered in petrol. We are not allowed to

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identify it the person accused or the woman. If he has admitted the

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attack, why is the trial taking place? The jury has to decide

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whether he is guilty of murder. That is because the defence say he

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had been provoked and that he finally lost control after the

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woman called him a freak. The prosecution see it differently and

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they say this was well planned and so it there is damning evidence

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found by detectives on his computer hard drive. He had been looking up

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website on how to get away with murder and there are also clips

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from a similar soap-opera plot and he had tried to delete a story that

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mapped out details of this killing and we heard that this boy had

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immersed himself in a fantasy world and the boundaries between real

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life and fiction had become very tragically blurred. Looking back,

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had there been any warning signs? We heard there had been some

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worries about his behaviour. One incident in class where he started

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screaming that his school tie was trying to hurt him. We also heard

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that he had been talking to a councillor, heard that he had been

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hearing voices -- a counsellor. will leave it there, thank you.

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A Nottinghamshire town is fighting to get rid of its reputation as a

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centre for weekend binge drinking. Mansfield wants to earn a purple

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flag - an award given to town centres which promote responsible

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drinking. Our cameras followed police on a busy night dealing with

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alcohol-related violence. From A recent report highlighted this

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town has a drinking problem. The highest numbers of alcohol-related

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hospital admissions and the highest levels of alcohol and crime in

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Nottinghamshire. So we are out with Mansfield police on one of the

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busiest nights of the year will stop and we are in for a rough ride.

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What has happened? SCREAMING. 's before I spend an evening with

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the police I want to discover this town's darkest hour. The mid-

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noughties. Most weekends saw serious accident. This woman's

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relative died but no charges were brought. He went out on a Friday

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night and never came back. You have got to be careful. You hope your

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children can go out and be safe. And not have the heartbreak we had.

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The term and to reduce major incidents, the police and

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authorities are trying to tackle problem pubs and people. A do not

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kick the van! Besides arrests, the police use powers like direction to

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leave, which bars people from the town centre through the night. A

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more serious thing is a drink banning order. Look price received

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the first one, be named and shamed. -- Luke price. It was big news. I

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live in a pub and I am banned from them. Do you think these drink

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banning orders work? Yes, it is in the back of your mind. You don't

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want to go out causing trouble because if you get caught...

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Despite the crackdowns, initiatives and goodwill, tackling weekend

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binge-drinking remains a challenge in Mansfield. But this town is

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serious about fighting for its purple flag. Somewhere that

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discourages binge-drinking. You can see Stuart Woodman's full

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report on tonight's Inside Out at 7:30 on BBC One.

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Still to come on the programme, keeping the traffic flowing - we

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join the Highways Agency as they clear crashes, set up diversions

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Two men have appeared in court charged with the murder of a

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takeaway shop owner from Leicester. The body of the businessman was

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found earlier this month, as Helen Astle reports.

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The body of Dogan Dogan was found in his flat above a takeaway on 8th

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January. This morning, 31-year-old Wali Khan and 27-year-old Naveed

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Naveed, both from St Stephen's Road appeared at Leicester magistrates'

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court. Each confirmed their name and address. They were arrested on

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Thursday and spent two days in police custody before being charged.

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During the 15 minute hearing, Wali Khan and Naveed Naveed did not

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enter a plea. They have been remanded into custody. It will

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later be decided if they will be granted bail. In the meantime,

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police investigations into the murder of Dogan Dogan are

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continuing. A man has been jailed for nearly

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five years after he ran over a special constable in Nottingham and

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broke her leg in three places. Lee Ashton hit Carly Henfrey with a

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stolen car on Shakespeare Street as he tried to escape from police last

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November. A judge at Nottingham Crown Court said the public could

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only be protected if he was in custody because he constantly

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flouted any bans or punishments given to him regarding driving.

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The family of an off-duty police officer who was critically injured

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in a hit-and-run have thanked people in Mansfield for their

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unwavering support. PC Diederik Coetzee was cycling along Blidworth

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Lane at the end of November when he was hit by a car. He's still in

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hospital in a stable condition. Four people have been arrested and

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bailed in connection with the incident.

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A BAFTA-winning actress has appeared in court charged with

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racially aggravated assault. 21- year-old Lauren Socha, who won a

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BAFTA for her role in the TV series Misfits, is alleged to have

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assaulted a taxi driver in Derby one night last October. Today she

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appeared at Derby Crown Court where she pleaded not guilty to the

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charge. Her trial is expected to take place in April.

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People living in a Leicestershire village are warning that someone

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could be killed unless urgent action is taken to force traffic to

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slow down. They say motorists are ignoring a 20mph speed limit

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through Kilby. One house on a corner has so far had four cars

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Rosemary and Michael Arrowsmith have lived on Main Street in Kilby

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for more than 30 years. Their 400- year-old House is at one end of the

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village. They say the speed limit being ignored and the Grade Two

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listed property usually bears the brunt if motorists drive carelessly.

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We have had people run into the side of the house, into the front

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we had a car through the front with a concrete bollard coming in front

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of it. And then this final one where the car went up and hit the

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window. That is in the middle of the house, not even on the corner.

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�40,000 damage was caused in the last accident. Some residents say

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school buses are breaking the speed limit and there may be disastrous

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consequences. We are worried about the children playing out. There is

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a school here. Somebody will get knocked over eventually. There will

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be a serious accident before long. My one car is coming into the

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village, another is going out and they will hit head-on. Something

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might get done then but it wants doing before then to prevent it.

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Even the bollards outside the home had to be replaced when there had

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been damaged. Leicestershire County Council says officers will be

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holding a site meeting later this week to see whether anything else

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can be done. Most of us have probably driven on

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the M1 at some time or another, but have you ever thought about who's

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responsible for the smooth running of the motorway? When accidents

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happen or when people break down, it's the job of the Highways Agency

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to divert traffic, arrange recovery and make the scene safe. Our

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reporter Jonathan Cecil has been out with two teams covering our

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section of one of the country's They are responsible for looking

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after motorways and made a -- major trunk roads. The staff close lanes,

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use overhead signs and control the flow of vehicles. It is the

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Two cars have collided and one of the drivers has called the police,

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making allegations about the other driver. People are angry when there

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has been an accident so you tend to get the after-effects of the anger.

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We will see what happens with this one, I suspect it will be dealt

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with by the insurance companies. But the most dangerous places on

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the motorway can be the hard shoulder. We have vehicles coming

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up to the hard shoulder every now and then when people are not paying

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attention or falling asleep so you have to keep your eyes open all the

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time. The major road and trunk road networks carry two thirds of all

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heavy freight traffic. It didn't happen many minutes ago. Some of

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the strap's light. Working. The officers are making sure that the

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driver is OK. -- of this Trott's lights are not working.

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One year, has started a rolling roadblock. We will slow the traffic

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down to slow it down to make it safe to collect the debris. It will

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not inconvenience the public too much, we hope will have made it

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safer. As soon as the officer can see the robot vehicle, they have a

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chance to retrieve the object. job is to keep the traffic moving,

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to keep the public informed of something that is happening and to

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reduce journey times as much as we possibly can. They manage a huge

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range of incident, but when there his loss of life or criminal

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activity, the police are also involved. -- where there is loss of

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life. We get called to an accident

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booking three lanes and a luxury sports car needs to be taken off

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the motorway but will it get up the A theatre has broken its own box

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office record for its Christmas and New Year production. Curve in

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Leicester sold 38,000 tickets for its revival of 42nd Street. It was

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so popular that an extra seventh week was added to the run. The

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musical, which finished at the weekend, sold 2,000 tickets more

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than the previous year's production, The King And I.

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Today marks the start of an auspicious year in the Chinese

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calendar. Celebrations have been taking place across the East

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Midlands, including in Leicester. And this year is particularly

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special because it's the Year of the Dragon. The Chinese believe

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that children born now are destined to be successful and wealthy so

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watch out for a bit of a baby boom. You never know! Still to come, a

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very big birthday for a well-known cycle manufacturer. And it will be

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a cold day tomorrow with a chance of some rain, sleet and snow. More

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weather for you towards the end of the programme.

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Millions of pounds is being spent on new ambulances for the East

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Midlands designed to transport the heaviest patients. 80 emergency

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vehicles have been ordered that can carry patients weighing up to 50

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stone. Our health correspondent Rob Sissons reports.

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We are getting bigger, eating more, Paramedics are going to accidents

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whether patients and bigger as well. This person had to be rescued from

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a crashed car. It was a while ago The they had to cut me out and I

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don't know how many firemen it took to cut me out. The blood-pressure

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cuff would not go around my arm because it was a small one. And the

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trolley I was on, I was bulging over the sides. It was very

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uncomfortable as a journey, degrading for me. And I felt sorry

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for the stuff that had to deal with me. Now the ambulance service is

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moving with the times to meet the challenge of heavier patients.

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is our prototype vehicle. It has a standard A&E structure. Capable of

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taking a patient up to 30 stone. And the new ones? The new ones will

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take a patient up to 50 stones. It is a lot smoother for the patient

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because it is electrical. At the moment, there are only five

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ambulances serving an entire fleet of 270 that required to take

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patients of more than 30 stone. Now, 80 more are on order. I felt sorry

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for the staff that had to deal with me because they were trained to do

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as much as they could and they obviously had to ask me how much I

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worried which I know they have to do. -- how much I weigh. It was a

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horrible experience. 37 of the new ambulances will go to Lincolnshire.

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Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire each will get 14 and by the summer,

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Leicestershire and Rutland will The tomorrow night, Robb will have

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a special report on the increasing popularity of obesity surgery. We

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have a "weight T" matters to deal All the weekend's action is on the

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way but there's a game tonight and its a big one. Leicester City off

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to Championship pace-setters Southampton. But it's transfer

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window time, and that means it's all overshadowed by news of faces

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arriving and leaving at the Foxes. Ian Stringer is at the St Mary's

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Welcome to St Mary's, massive game for Leicester City, off the back of

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a 4-0 victory over Nottingham Forest. But formidable opponents

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here for the Foxes this evening. Former Leicester striker Alan Young

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joins me. First, what do city need to do to overcome Southampton

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tonight? I think if they play anything like they performed

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against Nottingham Forest then we will not be far away tonight.

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Brilliant news coming out of the King power stadium, first and

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foremost, Newquay Abbey leaves and returns to Japan. Your thoughts.

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really tried his had hardest but he has gone back to play his football

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and we wish him well. Myth and Alfonso comes in on a one month

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emergency loan from Aston Villa. -- Nathan. He can play both sides. I

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have not seen him play but he can play both flanks and that is what

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in a manager is looking for. Let's hope it is difficult for him.

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may feature this evening as make Danny Drinkwater, the signing from

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Manchester United. The stage is set with full commentary on BBC local

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radio and for myself in the commentary box.

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Don't miss Ian and Alan on BBC Radio Leicester getting going in a

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few minutes. You can get your first look at the goals on our late

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bulletin this evening at 10:25 and a full report on Late Kick Off

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which is live at 11:05 here on BBC One. Plenty of interest for fans of

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other clubs too. A great feature on Rams keeper Frank Fielding plus

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former Derby and Forest manager Billy Davies is a guest in the

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studio. And Billy Davies has been an

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interested spectator as Forest have slid backwards this season. A slide

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that continued, controversially, on Nottingham Forest at Upton Park.

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The first from a ball fired into the arm, at least that is how it

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looked. And the second in the second half hitting Chris Brunt.

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Same offence, same decision, same result. Forest manager Steve

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Cotterill left looking for the The first one was never a penalty.

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I can see why he has given the second one by thought we were

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excellent, the better team. I thought we have got our team that.

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You can argue who deserved it more but a McGugan special was earned.

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Cotterell is convinced it will all The rest of the action now. Notts

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County in a moment, but first, in- form Derby.

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The rest of the action now. Notts County in a moment, but first, in-

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test for the keeper. But they stood firm to come away with a goalless

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I think we deserved at least a point. We did very well today and

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we did not sit back. Not a negative 0-0. Notts County are still looking

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for their first win in League One since November but a draw was a

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decent result against promotion candidates, MK Dons. The visitors

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took the lead in acrobatic style in the first half Notts County had

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plenty of chances to equalise. Fans thinking it wasn't to be with the

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MK Dons keeper in good form. 10 minutes to go, they got their brick

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through thanks to the penalty decision. Up stepped Jeff Hughes

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and he very rarely misses from the Other sport and some major changes

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being announced at Leicester Tigers. Lock George Skivington is off to

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London Irish in the summer, winger Alesana Tuilagi is Japan-bound and

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young Billy Twelvetrees hasn't signed a new contract and will also

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be leaving. It all probably gave Tigers fans something to discuss

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during a stinker of a first half at Welford Road against the Italians,

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Aironi. It got much better in the second half but this was a hollow

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victory. As predicted, no Heineken Cup quarter-final place for Tigers.

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Nottingham, meanwhile, were knocked out of the British and Irish Cup,

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crashing 33-3 to Cornish Pirates. A great weekend for Nottingham

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Panthers in the ice hockey. On Saturday night they beat the league

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leaders Belfast away from home and they followed it up with a

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comfortable 4-1 victory over Fife in Nottingham last night. Panthers

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are now five points off the lead, with some very big games on the way

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in February. In field hockey, no final win for

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GB's women at the Four Nations in Cordoba. They lost 3-2 to Korea.

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But a clean sweep in the group stages made this a great tournament

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to start an Olympic year with. In badminton, if you watched our

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Olympic Dreams programme yesterday you'll know that Nottingham's

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badminton star Nathan Robertson and Leicester's Chris Adcock are in a

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struggle for one spot in the mixed doubles at London 2012. Well,

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yesterday Robertson struck a blow in that contest, winning the

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Swedish Open with his partner, Jenny Wallwork. By the way,if you

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didn't watch Olympic Dreams, it's now on BBC iPlayer.

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A Nottingham lad has won Britiain's first ever gold medal at the Winter

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Youth Olympics. Speed skater Jack Burrows was part of a victorious

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mixed nationality team in the 3,000 metres relay speed skating. Amazing,

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it is the first ever win to Youth Olympics and I have got a gold

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medal. You can't get higher than that right now, I am over the moon.

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So young and such a grip must already of the sporting cliche! --

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One of the East Midlands' most iconic brands is 125 years old.

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Raleigh may not have such a strong presence as it once had in

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Nottingham, but its headquarters are still at Eastwood in

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Nottinghamshire. And as Kylie Pentelow - a cycling enthusiast -

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has been finding out, some of Raleigh's historic models are still

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ARCHIVE FOOTAGE: Britain's cycles, motorcycles and accessories and

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here these fashion minded gill enthusiasts are being shown. They

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say they don't make them like that anymore. The Raleigh's built back

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in the 1950s are still going strong. But this one at least. Tom Gibson

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bide his old 1953 delivery back almost every day to his cow was in

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East League. For them, the Raleigh's arrival means feeding

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time. Fantastic. I really love it because it keeps you fit. It is a

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butcher's bike for delivering meat or it used to be. He found the back

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in a skip about 30 years ago. was on a pile of rubbish in the

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village behind a shop. It was going for scrap and I spoke to the trap

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and he said I could have it but it was minus the front wheel. We found

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it in a little shop in the village, a garage shop and they gave me it.

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And it eventually got the new rear wheel and the saddle off the

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internet recently. Raleigh began back in 1887, a small cycle company

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on a Raleigh street. By the 1,900, the company was designing and

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building 30,000 bikes every year. The whole bike is not built here

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but the headquarters are firmly based in the East Midlands.

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Nottingham is key to us. We are here in Eastwood in our 13 acre

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site. We are like Formula One cars. We design everything here and they

:24:30.:24:36.

are built abroad. It may not be a high-spec, super hi-tech model. In

:24:36.:24:40.

fact, it does not even have years and it is not that easy to ride but

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Tom says he loves it and despite numerous offers, he will never sell

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the bike he saved from the scrap heap.

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ARCHIVE FOOTAGE: May we look forward to a mutual era of

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And that was my commentary, obviously!

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Well, you've been tweeting us about your bikes. Only time to mention a

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few, Adam Longley said he always wanted a Raleigh Lizard when he was

:25:11.:25:18.

young but could never afford one. have never heard of that one.

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Jonathan Ashworth MP said all his bikes were Raleigh. His grandad

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said they were the best and he loved his Raleigh Mustang. And Sean

:25:24.:25:28.

Hanrahan had a Raleigh Grifter. They came out in 1981 and he was

:25:28.:25:35.

the first kid on his street to own one. Did you ever have one?

:25:35.:25:45.
:25:45.:25:45.

always wanted a chopper. And now Up was an early warning for the

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band of rain coming in from the West -- there's an early warning. A

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strong chance of turning to snow. These guys are clearing a present

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and although it will be a cold early part of the evening, down to

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about minus one Celsius, and thank you for David for capturing the sun

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setting this evening along the River Trent. Keep your pictures

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coming in, we always like to see them. A frost starting to form

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later on so we will see the cloud increasing from the West as we get

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into the early hours of the morning. As it starts to work its way in, it

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will turn to rain as well. There will be some snow affecting the

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Peak District ever higher ground. If you're travelling overnight,

:26:29.:26:35.

watch out. And as the band of rain moves east, it turns to a wintry

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mix of rain, sleet and snow. The main difference for ourselves is

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the temperatures. The further west, back into double figures with our

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maximum daytime temperature at no higher than four Celsius. It will

:26:48.:26:58.
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be one of those dull days. And some hill fog as well. A pretty

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miserable day on the roads if you are going anywhere tomorrow

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afternoon. And throughout the evening as well, we see the milder

:27:06.:27:10.

air coming in again and for Wednesday, a slightly different day

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starting to get a bit breezy and there will be a bit of cloud

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remaining with us as well. A grey, drizzly sort of day with milder

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