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A message from the Chancellor - get the Midlands Engine moving

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and business output could rival London.

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As an effective marketplace, it will rival and even exceed the power of

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London. We'll hear from business leaders

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and workers about what they made Five years on from a cardiac arrest,

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Ian is still alive, still growing, thanks to one of these, and

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hopefully dozens more are on the way.

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The beauty of our waterways - in need of volunteer lock keepers

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He went with ?10 tennis shirts and returns earning ?134,000.

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Dan Evans heads home from the Australian Open.

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As soon as I lost, my thoughts turned to home and getting back. It

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has been a long time out here. And if warnings for dense freezing

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fog once again tonight have left you longing for brilliant blue

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skies, join me later to find out later if there's any chance

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of seeing them this week. The Midlands could rival London

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for business output. That's the encouraging message

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from the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, on the day the Government

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launched its industrial strategy The Prime Minister is already

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committed to growing the Midlands economy by ?34 billion by 2030

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and creating an extra 300,000 jobs Today she shared her plans

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for how to make it happen. Our business correspondent

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Peter Plisner has been assessing With the post-Brexit warning sirens

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still sounding and business still cautious about the long-term

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impact of leaving the EU, today's industrial strategy couldn't have

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come at a better time. It is designed to help

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small businesses like this, which makes warning

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lights and klaxons, plan for the This employee, who is in charge

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of dispatches, is due to retire in a few years' time, but even he thinks

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it is the right way forward. I've only four years to go before

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I retire, but long-term, for my kids and grandkids,

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obviously it is important. Meanwhile, this former

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apprentice who turns designs into prototypes elcomes the focus

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on training and skills. -- I think I needed that

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apprenticeship to help me, guide me needed that apprenticeship

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to help me, guide me in the direction that I needed to,

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give me the help that I needed. Here, directly or indirectly,

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they supply goods to most of the sectors being supported

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by this new industrial strategy, and hopefully that will mean further

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expansion The new strategy aims

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to encourage growth by focusing on investments in science,

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upgrading infrastructure and helping increase both exports

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and inward investments. But up in the board room,

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the company's commercial What is important

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for us is to make sure that it has got crossbench

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support with Labour, and it doesn't change every four

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years when we get a new Government. We want investments

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lasting ten, 15 years. Unless we can plan for that,

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anything less than Elsewhere, this leading

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businesswomen, whose firm makes equipment

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for the construction industry, whilst welcoming

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the strategy, is worried that today there was no mention

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of the Midlands Engine. There is such a great

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industry in the Midlands. We've got huge construction

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projects, huge manufacturing, so let's

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hope they haven't forgotten about us,

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because they keep talking about the northern

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powerhouse, but have they forgotten Nearly 10% of the UK's

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small and medium-sized businesses are based

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in the West Midlands, and the success of the new strategy

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will be measured in part by More importantly, how

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many jobs they will And Peter joins us tonight

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from the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry,

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which looks set to play a major role in helping

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to deliver the new strategy. The industrial strategy

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was launched in the North, is there a danger the Midlands

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could be overlooked? There certainly is concerns. The

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Chancellor was in Stafford and he made it clear that the Midlands had

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not been forgotten. We will be We will be announcing our MidlandS

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engine strategy in due course, course, and we will be setting out

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how we're going to approach in the Midlands that we're

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already working on in the In the Midlands area,

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there are 11 million people, and if we can get that area

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operating as an effective marketplace, it will rival and even

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exceed the power of London. perhaps the Chancellor should have

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come here to this an advanced training centre. The apprentices of

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the future are being trained as we speak. Elsewhere, they are

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developing production techniques with Government money and the

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private sector, it is run by Clive Hickman. How does this place fit in

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with the Government's new strategy? We are working on new technologies

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that will be introduced in the coming years. Robotics, artificial

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intelligence, digital engineering on a main areas. This place isn't

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cheap, will the Government spend money on more of them? I hope so. We

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generate 15 million -- ?15 for every lb invested. Sat it was the measure

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of the Midlands today, does that bother you? No, I think our time is

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coming. We have to remember that anything that is delivered in the

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north is good for the north, but anything that is delivered in the

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Midlands but is good for the whole of the UK. Willing to deal with the

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skills gap? And Lisle. It means I can double the number of apprentices

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that I take on. Comments from elsewhere, in the Birmingham Chamber

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of Commerce say they are looking for to a regional approach, and other

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authorities say it it supports the region 's goals for Chris Barrett A.

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-- prosperity. Rail services on a busy commuter

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line were badly affected this morning after an articulated lorry

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smashed into a bridge, The crash happened at around

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7:30 near Blake Street station, in the Sutton Coldfield

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area, disrupting services on the Cross City line,

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causing delays and some Six army reservists

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from the Midlands have completed a 1,100 mile journey

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across Antarctica, a feat only ever achieved

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by a handful of people. The team called Spear

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17, are raising money They finished their

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expedition in 66 days. Their journey on foot took

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them via the South Pole. This morning one member,

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Jamie Facer-Childs, made contact with his sister Elise in Birmingham

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on a satellite phone. How is your body feeling

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after walking 1,100 miles across It is still holding up,

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that's the main thing. Definitely not quite how

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I felt before we started. But we've held up, so we have got

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something right in what we Ed Doolan is a broadcasting legend

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in parts of the West Midlands. The Australian adopted

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our region as his home and has built up a legion of loyal

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fans since he first took His pre-internet consumer programme

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was famous for sorting But Ed was diagnosed

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with dementia in 2012. He and his wife Chris have been

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talking about how they're both determined to raise

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awareness and hope. Born in 1941 in Sydney, Australia,

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Ed Doolan always knew he The most wonderful,

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glamorous, fabulous job, From the 1970s, he made

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a name for himself in Birmingham, before moving to the BBC

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in 1982, where he championed The council are charging

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three times more... Tackling the right of

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the underdog didn't stop him rubbing shoulders

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with the famous. In 2012, after

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retirement, he received a diagnosis of vascular dementia,

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the second most common in the UK, It is a disease that makes

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everyday tasks difficult. You do find that the use

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of the toilet, the use of different implements in toilets

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and other things like that... I don't have two draw

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you a picture, do I? Despite the dementia,

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ED still broadcasts It is a pre-recorded

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show and he needs help, His whole life since a tiny boy has

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been about being on radio. And the fact that even

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for everything that has happened, he is still able to do

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that, is just wonderful. An annual Christmas

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show at the ICC is no longer fronted by Ed,

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but his appearance in front of an audience of 2,500

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peopleis still appreciated. His esteem in the

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business is enormous. His hard-won esteem,

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and rightfully so, because But he has always had

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a twinkle in his eye. He has always had

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that sense of humour. Life may have changed for Ed,

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but his wife has joined the informal army of carers who have

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to look after loved ones. You've got to embrace it

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and truly make the best And you can see more of Ed Doolan's

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story on Inside Out West Midlands A third of patients being treated

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in hospitals in Birmingham and Solihull have dementia

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or related illlnesses. That's according to Professor George

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Tadros from the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust,

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who joins me now. That percentage seems high,

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what problems does it pose for patient and those

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caring for them? It is a high proportion of patients

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who come with impairment and dementia. It is a big number. What

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worries me is a big number of them, about 40%, come to the hospital from

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the right reasons, not aware of the problem of dementia in the

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background. You also say 40% of those admitted

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with some form of dementia, Is that because it's

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difficult to diagnose - The problem is we don't have the

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expertise in primary care that can pick up this problem early. The best

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place to diagnose dementia is in the community, when the patient is in

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their own environment, have their family around him, have good

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history, good assessment. Hospitals are not the best place to look into

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it. What's being done to help

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patients with dementia? Batter lack of expertise and shot

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time for assessment. There is also a stigma. I hope the programme tonight

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will take away some of the stigma. What are the levels of staff

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training in hospitals I hope in the next years we will

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increase the number of training and the eligibility. We hope everyone

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working at such a hospital will be dementia where. Is it happening?

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Some of it is as, but not enough. We need to spread the trading, really

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the plan is that everyone any hospital should be dementia aware,

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some of us to be dementia trained, and if you have is to be dementia

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experts. If you're affected by dementia

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there are details of organisations offering information and support

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available at bbc.co.uk/actionline. You can also call for free,

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at any time to hear recorded A charity's begun a campaign

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to equip a hundred rural communities It's offering funding to help

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pay for defibrillators which can shock the heart back

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into life after a cardiac arrest. Ambulance crews were called to deal

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with 14,000 cardiac arrests It's thought with the right

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equipment close at hand Ian knows he is lucky to be alive,

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but there is more to it than luck. His story dramatised in a video has

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a happy ending because when he collapsed with a cardiac arrest,

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first aiders were on hand, equipped with a defibrillator to bring him

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back to life. It means attacking carry on with life as normal. There

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is nothing different that I do now that I didn't do prior. Yeah, they

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are just fantastic. Ambulance crews and first responders have them, too.

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But in remote areas, it can take a lot longer to reach them. Emergency

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services called now. To have a distributor available to be able to

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train people give them an awareness session of how to a defibrillator is

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absolutely beyond belief. A rule or charity is putting up 200 -- ASCII

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community is to raise money to pay for 100 new defibrillators. To some

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extent they are reliant on first responders getting to an incident

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first, and any angle is a rise a little bit later, hopefully not too

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much later, and that is why we are backing Hereford and Worcestershire.

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This rugby club could be the first to benefit as they are already

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raising funds. Hundreds of people want to come down and help

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themselves. Spectators can get overexcited, it is a heavy contact

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sport. It will protect the players if needed. Ian is into the sixth

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year of his extra lease of life, and shoot a crisis and drive, his boat

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club is now properly equipped to deal with it. Westminster and Lewis

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Evans were called to a scene today where a man was resuscitated from a

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cardiac arrest and with an on-site defibrillator.

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If you like your news from a different angle,

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then we've got a treat for you with some stunning views

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of Worcestershire's canal network from the air.

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It's to highlight the importance of our lock keepers.

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They've been part of life on our waterways for hundreds of years.

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But they are in short supply, so today a campaign has been

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launched to find volunteers who can help keep the tradition alive.

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Nestled in the heart of Worcester, the canals have been an integral

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part of city life centuries. Go on, have a go. This is one of a band of

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volunteer lock keepers whose job it is to keep the network flowing.

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Batter Unita Doctor people, you need to help them find out about what is

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happening in the area, some people don't know the area and want to know

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when the best curry house is offering the best mirroring is. But

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also just generally chatting to people who are walking through. This

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is where the canal network meets the river. It is also one area where new

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volunteers are needed. This is the first 58 locks across the stretch of

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the canal. There are currently 40 volunteer lock keepers here, but

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they're hoping to double that number to enhance more people's journey

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across the waterways. They get everything, but if you're new to it

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it can be quite daunting. Knowing there is a volunteer lock keeper

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there to be supportive when you need it. The days of energy might be

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gone, not the canaled prosperity comes from a different type of

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trade. This cafe relies on the canal, and the owners know what an

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important role the lock keepers play. It is very important to

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Worcester, so they are helping with that and it helps with the economics

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of the area. I would say it is very important. Deprecation steeped in

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history and heritage, anyone who would like to volunteer or try their

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hand at lock keeping hazards in the end of the month the reply.

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We'll turn to the weekend's football shortly - but first tennis.

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Dan Evans is flying home from Australia,

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A few sponsors queueing up to have a word with him. He's heading for a

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place in the top 50. First he achieved... He reached the fourth

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round of the scaling open in Melbourne. His best ever run in the

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Grand Slam was ended in four sets by the Frenchman. Please welcome from

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Great Britain, Daniel Evans. The rise of Birmingham's Dan Evans

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has been one of the stories of this His French opponent Jo Wilfried Tson

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seed and regularly reaches The first set went to a tie

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break and Evans won it. The opening game of

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the second set was an epic. But Tsonga finally broke

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the Evans serve and with it The frenchman soon levelled the

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match winning the second set 6-2. And although Evans

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continued to fight hard. But he said afterwards

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his body was sore. That the efforts of the past

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fortnight were catching up with him. Evans just couldn't break

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the frenchman's serve, and after nearly three hours

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of tennis he was So Evans didn't quite reach

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the quarterfinals but he's enjoyed What has happened here has been a

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hell of a ride. As soon as I lost, my thoughts turn to home and getting

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back. It has been a long time. I am ready to go home.

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Dan Evans has savoured his time in Australia -

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even taking in some Big Bash Cricket with free tickets

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He's still only 26 and he'll now get invitations to the best

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Life may never be the same for Dan Evans.

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And before he left for Australia Dan Evans trained

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And Nick Clitheroe is there right now.

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I bet they've enjoyed the last few weeks.

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Absolutely. I am at the indoor tennis Centre at the club. Dan Evans

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trains here when he is in the UK, as you can imagine that everyone here

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is excited. Let's ask someone who knows him well. How inspirational

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has Dan been here? It is so inspiring for everybody here. I have

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some like who has trained here and see how well he has done over the

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past year, it has been really exciting. Now we have some of the

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top 50 in the world who has trained here. It will encourage more kids to

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take up tennis. That is what we want. More kids playing in more

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often. We have great facilities here, six indoor courts, we worked a

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lot with the community. We have outreach programmes with schools. We

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see over 800 kids at weekly and it costs ?2000 within the schools. We

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really are excited to see him. It'll be great to get him back and get all

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the kids this year well he trains. Batter the kids here want to make

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sure that one of them could perhaps be the next Dan Evans. Because

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couple of controversies at the weekend.

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The commitment of the Villa striker Ross McCormack has been

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Steve Bruce says McCormack keeps missing training.

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He was a big money signing in the summer.

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He's scored three goals so far and was dropped

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from the squad for Saturday's 2-2 draw with Preston.

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Bruce spoke out after the game and said that McCormack's latest

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excuse is that his electronic gates wouldn't open.

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Alessi 's attitude changes then he won't be picked, because I don't

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think he's in the right physical state to contribute. Disciplinary

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measures have been made against him because of his attitude and missing

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training. for the Wolves goalkeeper Karl Ikeme

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is over enthusiasm. A miserable afternoon for him

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and Wolves at Norwich on Saturday. At 1-1 he conceded

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a penalty with this Ikeme was angry with Hoolahan

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pushed him and was duly sent-off. It mean he'll miss the FA

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Cup tie at Liverpool. Wolves are now

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appealing the red card. And Coventry City's

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downward spiral continued. The latest set-back

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was a 1-nil defeat at The Sky Blue Trust is holding

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a meeting this evening to discuss But the owners SISU maintain

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the club is not for sale. If it all sound a bit miserable

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good wins for Albion, And Wasps are into the last eight

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in Rugby's European Champions Cup. A Worcester family's been reunited

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with a memorial bench which was swept out to sea

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during storms at It was carried 60 miles

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from Port Isaac in Cornwall The woman who found the bench used

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social media to track down the family of the teenage boy

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commemorated on the seat. Archie Thomas died 32 years ago

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today at the age of 15. He came with his family to Port Isaac for

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holidays every year and lovely place. He liked nothing better than

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to stand with fishermen, chatting for half the day. When he died, we

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wanted to have this memorial bench. Somewhere that was important to him.

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It was phoned by cafe where she was walking her dogs. Eyed empathy for

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the family of the beds because our brother had died a year ago and we

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have a bench for him, which is why I knew this had to be somehow found,

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whose family belong to. I think there is a miracle. It is brothers

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of these wonderful people and also made so many contacts with old

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friends. It has reopened our eyes and ears and hearts. It is

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wonderful. Help came from another North Devon family with their own

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commemoration bench for their daughter. Fermented cider gone would

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have been awful. At least they know what has happened, they been able to

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bring it back to where it's supposed to be. It really nice. A real sense

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of homecoming. It is really lovely. What a journey it has been. It has

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been incredible. As each amenity spirit and amazing connections, ITed

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bench is back where it belongs. A raw start to the week, let's find

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out it's going to stay that way. There is a bit of everything this

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week. Fog was a problem this morning, but was it left beaver into

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brilliant blue sky and sunshine across much of the region. By this

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evening, everywhere was at it. Fiery sunset which turned into smouldering

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embers before it turned dark. This is what is keeping things die this

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week with the high pressure in control. There is the threat of rain

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to the west, but high pressure will find it off by the time beget and to

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be ten. The winter are turning not -- south easterly and that will draw

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much colder air. This is how it is shaping up this week. It is going to

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be cold, frosty and folly to begin with, mostly dry, and Miles by the

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weekend. -- milder. For the Fogg tonight, we have a warning in place

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for much of the region. This is for freezing fog patches which are

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likely to cause tricky driving conditions. Do take care. It is

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developing quickly across the west of the region. Got cloudier skies to

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the east, and that shifts, the Fogg will become more widespread. There

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is also the frost, temperatures dipping to between 0 degrees and

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minus four Celsius which makes for a very chilly start. It foggy one as

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well, but that Fogg will only gradually left and maternity low

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cloud, it will break up together sunshine to round off the day. We

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may get another beautiful sunset. Damages are around seven Celsius

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with light southerly winds. Tomorrow it will be less foggy, with much

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more cloud across the region. That is what we are left with. It is

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going to hold those temperatures up above freezing. Not so much frost.

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For Wednesday, a cloudy start, some sunshine in the afternoon, cold

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biting south easterly wind will take effect.

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