Ongoing Updates – Black Diamond State of Emergency – Flooding

As information regarding the state of emergency for the affected flooding areas has now begun to slow down, these specific posts will no longer be updated.  Information will be posted as a separate article when it is received and you can watch for updates through this link: http://gatewaygazette.ca/2013-flood-coverage-alberta/

Update:  Thursday  June 27   5:15pm

WATER – Safe to drink: restricted use
Potable water is being delivered to the Town of Black Diamond from our friends in the Town of Turner Valley, via fire hydrant connections.


The Town of Turner Valley and the Town of Black Diamond water supply is completely safe to drink. It is treated and distributed according to provincial standards.

Until further notice, residents in both communities are asked to restrict water use and consumption to essential use only.
-  Please flush toilets ONLY as required (for solids)
-  NO washing of exterior surfaces, buildings, sidewalks, driveways of any sort (it is prohibited)
-  NO watering of lawns, trees, shrubs is prohibited – ensure all sprinklers and timers are turned off
-  Using water for filling outdoor decorative features such as fountains, pools or hot tubs is prohibited
-  Using water for construction purposes such as for grading and compacting is prohibited
-  Severely restrict laundry use; bathing; dish washing and cleaning until further notice


We have a secure supply of potable waterWe are currently under mandatory water conservation, in order to ensure that the supply remains sufficient, and to ensure that we maintain a supply of water available for fire services.

The Town has lowered its water pressure in response to the needs of this temporary water-transfer system that has been created between the 2 towns.  It is also assists with water conservation measures.  Some residents are concerned about the reduction in water pressure.  The Town has been working with engineers, Alberta Environment, Alberta Health Services and the Town of Turner Valley to ensure that the water supply remains both sufficient and safe.  They are further, working to make this quick temporary connection into a more permanent solution.     Some areas of town will experience different levels of water pressure, depending on the height of the homes, relative to the water tower.  If your home is of a similar height to the water tower, you will have lower pressure.  Homes lower than the water tower will receive the benefit of gravity – as the water moves down the pipe it picks up a bit of pressure.  Low water pressure is the downside to the successful solution of ensuring that water is available in every home.  It’s low pressure – or no pressure.

We ask that residents be patient and understand that the Town is continuing to work on the next steps to a permanent water supply.  This is going to take some time, but it is a priority.

Update:  Thursday  June 27   4:00pm

The Off Leash Area (Dog Park) is closed and OFF LIMITS, until it can be cleaned of the debris and has had time to drain and dry, it is a dangerous area.The campground area is completely closed and OFF LIMITS as it is extremely dangerous.There have been incidents of people going too near the river area, both on foot or on off-road vehicles. This is extremely dangerous at this time and river are…as are closed to the public. Any rescues would take up unnecessary resources, that are required elsewhere. Using off-road vehicles in these areas is in contravention of the Traffic Bylaw, and fines WILL be issued.For the safey of everyone concerned please STAY AWAY FROM THE ENTIRE RIVER AREA, and from all areas that have been closed due to the flood damage.

Information:
   Does your child/teen need some help coping with the stress of an emergency or disaster?  Here’s some information.

Update:   Thursday  June 27  10:30am

The Town has cellular communications until the landlines are restored. You will be able to call the Town Office at (587) 998-7960 or (587) 998-7963. Thanks to Telus for providing this assistance.
Follow the Town on Twitter: @BlackDiamond_AB
LIKE us on Facebook: Town of Black Diamond (look for the logo)

Please scroll down for information on safety issues in the river area, water conservation, recovery projects underway in town.  Watch for further updates to this site as recovery continues in the Town of Black Diamond.  We’ll continue to facebook and tweet these items out as well over the next few days, along with new developments and updates.

At this time, all of our residents are permitted to go back to their homes and have all necessary services available.  Part of town is still awaiting restoration of Telus landlines and Telus internet services.  It is hoped that those will be in place late today, if work continues as expected.  We thank everyone for their patience as we worked to get our residents back into their homes safely and the necessary services restored.

Anyone who is unable to go to work, or has been laid off, as a result of the Floods, Service Canada is working to “fast-track” Employment Insurance (EI) claims to assist Albertans in receiving the financial assistance that they need.  Just follow the link here to the Service Canada website for more information on these needs.

Information on the Alberta debit card program can be found on the Alberta Government website.

If you are missing your garbage bin, please call the Town office with your address.  We have a few stray bins that were recovered following the flood.  We might be able to get your bin home to you quickly.  If not, other arrangements will be made to get residents new bins.
(587) 998-7960  or  (587) 998-7963

Update:   Wednesday  June 26   4:30pm

There have been incidents of people going too near the river area, both on foot or on off-road vehicles.  This is extremely dangerous at this time and river areas are closed to the public.  Any rescues would take up unnecessary resources, that are required elsewhere.  Using off-road vehicles in these areas is in contravention of the Traffic Bylaw, and fines WILL be issued.

For the safey of everyone concerned please STAY AWAY FROM THE ENTIRE RIVER AREA, and from all areas that have been closed due to the flood damage.

Update:  Wednesday June 26   11:40am

Lots of questions about the water supply…  Potable water is being delivered to the Town of Black Diamond from our friends in the Town of Turner Valley, via fire hydrant connections.  We have a secure supply of potable waterWe are currently under mandatory water conservation, in order to ensure that the supply remains sufficient, and to ensure that we maintain a supply of water available for fire services.

The Town has lowered its water pressure in response to the needs of this temporary water-transfer system that has been created between the 2 towns.  It is also assists with water conservation measures.  Some residents are concerned about the reduction in water pressure.  The Town has been working with engineers, Alberta Environment, Alberta Health Services and the Town of Turner Valley to ensure that the water supply remains both sufficient and safe.  They are further, working to make this quick temporary connection into a more permanent solution.  We ask that residents be patient and understand that the Town is continuing to work on the next steps to a permanent water supply.  This is going to take some time, but it is a priority.

The question has been asked “Why not bring in a portable water treatment plant?”  This is a good question!  However, the portable plants only treat water, they don’t distribute water via our system.  This means that residents would then bring their containers to a distribution location, fill them and take them home.  So right now, the system currently in place is believed to be a better solution.  Low water pressure is the downside to the successful solution of ensuring that water is available in every home.  It’s low pressure – or no pressure.

Update:  Tuesday  June 25   2:50pm

Please be aware that there is now a 30km/hr traffic zone on Centre Avenue West, near the construction zone approaching the river.

Please be a good neighbour – areas affected by the flood have a lot of sandy silt on the streets.  When driving in these areas, please slow down to keep the dust under control.  It will take the Town a couple of days to get those streets cleaned up, as some of them still have bins and/or generators in place.

Update:   Tuesday June 25  12:30pm

The Town is continuing to work to get information out to our residents.  Here’s the latest update.  Please download this pdf document to see what’s been happening.

The Town has cellular communications until the landlines are restored.  You will be able to call the Town Office at (587) 998-7960 or (587) 998-7963.  Thanks to Telus for providing this assistance.

Follow the Town on Twitter:  @BlackDiamond_AB
LIKE us on Facebook:   Town of Black Diamond  (look for the logo)

Update – 12:50pm – June 25th

The Black Diamond hospital now has working phone lines.

All the donations that are at the arena currently will be moved today to the Gospel Church and the food bank will be setting up there as well. This will all be in place as of 4pm today. No further donations will be needed at this time.

Drinking water for all residents will continue to be available at the arena until 8:30pm every day throughout this week. A decision will be made on Friday as to whether or not this will continue at the arena.

Update:   Monday June 24   5:00pm

The town will be distributing some informational flyers on Monday evening and/or Tuesday morning, possibly using your Black Diamond mailboxes.  Please check your mail and watch in local businesses, etc. for this information. The information is linked here for you if you are able to download it.  If you can’t download it, watch for it in your mail or downtown.  Residents most severely affected by flood damage may receive a list of electricians, plumbers and gas-fitters to assist in getting back into your homes.  If you require this list and do not receive it, please stop by the Town Office to pick one up.

 

Tuesday the Town will have access to cellular communications until the landlines are restored.  You will be able to call the Town Office at (587) 998-7960 or (587) 998-7963.  Thanks to Telus for providing this assistance.

 

Update:  Monday, June 24   12:45pm

The Town of Black Diamond and the Town of Turner Valley have been working together to provide a source of potable water. This appears to have been successful at this point, and they will continue to work on creating a more permanent solution to our water supply needs.  This will take some time.  Our residents can easily help by taking all possible measure to conserve water.  The town has taken action to assist by reducing water pressure throughout town, so you may notice that this has decreased.

Bottled water will continue to be provided at the Oilfields Regional Arena to assist our residents in conserving water.

Crews are continuing work to restore communications, as well as power to the last few remaining homes that are not connected.  Stay tuned for more updates on this progress.

 

Update:   Sunday June 23,  7:10pm

The Town continues to work to provide a secured supply of potable water for our residents.  The Public Works department, the Fire Department and engineers are working in conjunction with representatives of the Town of Turner Valley on a temporary solution for our water supply.  Until a longterm solution can be implemented, our residents are asked to maintain the Mandatory Water Conservation until further notice.  Residents should also expect a noticeable drop in water pressure until further notice.

The Town of Black Diamond has a healthy supply of bottled water available at the Oilfields Regional Arena for its residents, to assist with their water conservation efforts.

We are NOT on a Boil Water Advisory, we ARE asking for conservation to maintain a reasonable and safe supply of water to maintain not only fire coverage, but also to ensure a sufficient supply of water for the hospital – which remains open to serve the medical needs of the community.

Reports come in from Telus and Fortis crews.  They are still working to make all the necessary repairs to our communications systems.  However, it is expected to take a minimum of 5 days to complete the repairs.  There were a number of possible places where the lines are located that have been severely damaged.   These will all have to be located and repaired.  When the systems (landlines and/or internet) begin to come back on line, they will “trickle” into service over a few hours.  It won’t be like turning on a switch.

Update:   Sunday June 23,   12:45pm

Rumours are persisting that the Town is on a Boil Water Advisory.  THIS IS FALSE.  Your drinking water is safe.  The Town is asking residents to conserve water, as water is currently being trucked in, while more permanent solutions are being worked on.

Rumours are also persisting that the Oilfields General Hospital is closed and/or evacuated.  THIS IS ALSO FALSE.  The hospital remains opens and ready to serve our residents if the need arises.  They are in constant contact with Town and emergency officials during this event.

The Town is working with Fortis to restore power to the remainder of town.  Most residents have now been re-connected to power services already.

Crews from Telus, Supernet, and other communication providers are continuing their work to restore those services to the Town.  It is still expected to take a couple of days.  So please continue to “share” all information from this website.

The Town is also “tweeting” now, so if you have a Twitter account, please follow @BlackDiamond_AB on your 3G device, and then re-tweet, to help share the information.

Update:  Saturday  June 22,   8:19pm

Some residents have had power restored, Fortis continues to work hard for us.  Some residents will take more time depending on location and individual situations.

Telus, Supernet, Eastlink all working to try to restore communications for us.  That may take a couple of days, but they also are working hard to help.

MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION remains in effect, as maintaining a safe water supply remains the Town’s first priority.  There is NOT a Boil Water Advisory in place, just conservation to ensure we all have enough for the necessities.  Bottled water continues to be available at the Arena.

IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT EVERYONE STAY AWAY FROM THE RIVER AREAS – THEY ARE STILL EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.  There are barricades and area tapes in place to keep people back in safe areas.  If you insist on going to see the damage, please do not cross those lines.  The Town of Black Diamond asks that people remember that when you choose to cross those lines, you not only risk your own life, but the lives of those people who must then attempt a rescue.  There have been several incidents reported where unauthorized people are arguing and refusing to follow the instructions of our volunteers who’ve been placed at these barricades or in areas for the public’s safety.  PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let these people do their jobs, and follow their instructions.

Update:  Saturday  June 22,  5:55pm

Residents on the south side of town may see a line of hose being strung.  This is part of a project that the Black Diamond and Turner Valley EOC’s have been collaborating to assist the Town of Black Diamond with the potable water supply.  The rumours of water being shut off are just rumours.  More information on the water project will follow.

Update:  Saturday  June 22,  4:45pm

SuperNet, Telus, Fortis, Eastlink all working on site in Black Diamond.  Stay tuned for more news as it’s available.

Update:  Saturday  June 22, 3:50pm

The Town of Black Diamond has NOT issued a Boil Water Advisory at this time.  We ARE on Mandatory Water Conservation.  Bottled water is being made available at the Arena to assist our residents with their water conservation efforts.

Update:   Saturday June 22, 2013   12:30pm

MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION remains in effect, as maintaining a safe water supply remains the Town’s first priority.  Information was distributed door-to-door yesterday to outlined the conservation requirements (and listed below).  We appreciate everyone’s cooperation in this.

Phone lines are still down all across town, and there is currently no internet services available.  For those of you still having 3G availability and social media access, please share this information with family, friends and neighbours to keep as many people as possible informed with the latest and most correct information.

Town staff is continuing to work with the utility providers and provincial agencies necessary to try to get these services back on line as quickly as possible.

If you are just getting back into your homes today and are ready to begin a clean up of flood/sewer damage, please visit the Alberta Health Services website for information on safely cleaning up to prevent mould and bacteria problems from arising.  We will also provide these pamphlets at the Arena and at the Town Office (Main Level).

IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT EVERYONE STAY AWAY FROM THE RIVER AREAS – THEY ARE STILL EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.  There are barricades and area tapes in place to keep people back in safe areas.  If you insist on going to see the damage, please do not cross those lines.  The Town of Black Diamond asks that people remember that when you choose to cross those lines, you not only risk your own life, but the lives of those people who must then attempt a rescue.  There have been several incidents reported where unauthorized people are arguing and refusing to follow the instructions of our volunteers who’ve been placed at these barricades or in areas for the public’s safety.  PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let these people do their jobs and follow their instructions.

Update:  Friday June 21, 2013    5:00pm

MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION is now in place and of the utmost importance for all residents.  There is currently a limited supply of water in the reservoir, and the Town continues to truck potable water in to maintain the reservoir.  However, we are unable to get ahead and provide more than an emergency supply of water using this method at this time.  We ask all residents to:

  • Please flush toilets ONLY as required (for solids)
  • Only MINIMAL water use
  • Severly restrict laundry use; bathing; dish washing, cleaning etc.
  • No outside watering – timer-operated sprinklers need to be turned off
  • Use water only in the case of emergency

The Town has sent notices of this mandatory water conservation door to door throughout town in an effort to notify as many people as possible, and we appreciate the cooperation of our residents as we work to find a better long-term solution to the loss of our Water Treatment Plant.  Bottled water is also available for pickup at the Arena, and the Town will continue to attempt to ensure that a reasonable supply of bottled water is available to our residents as long as the supply is in question.  There is NO Boil Water Advisory in place in the Town of Black Diamond at this time.

The Town is NOT experiencing any sewer / wastewater difficulties at this time.  Asking our residents to “not flush” is a method of water conservation rather than an indication of sewer difficulties.

The 9-1-1 call centre has been re-located and is now fully functional and serving the needs of the community once again.

The Town of Black Diaond has lost all internet services and landline telephone services in some areas of town.

The evacuation order remains in place for much of the evacuated area. Some residents are being returned to their home on an individualized basis, to ensure the safety of everyone – residents and emergency personnel.  If you feel that you must return to your home, please contact the fire department to make arrangements to ensure that your home is safe for your return.  Currently the fire department is mustered on the Main Floor of the Town Office at 301 Centre Avenue West. They will be there through the weekend assisting residents to the very best of their ability.  We ask your patience, as this flood will take some time to clean up and get everyone back into their homes and businesses.

Information on how to properly clean up after a flood or sewer backup can be found on the Town’s website and will be available in the Town Office as well, to assist our residents in cleaning up their homes in the safest manner possible. The Town has arranged for construction bins to be placed in various locations where the water damage was the greatest. Please don’t use these bins for regular household garbage.

Town employees are working to ensure the integrity of the river areas, as there has been much damage to the river banks due to erosion. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THE RIVER AREAS. They are extremely hazardous at this time, and will remain so for quite some time following this event.

Update 5:50pm

Message from Mayor Sharlene Brown

Thank you everyone for all your donations. At this time we are over capacity and no further donations are required. Thank you again.

Update 3:30pm

Volunteers have just finished going door-to-door with the Mandatory Water Restriction notices. Please conserve water until this emergency has passed. The water treatment plant is under water.

Update 3:15pm

Please remember if you are a still evacuated and want to go to your home please check with the Fire Department first. This is a safety precaution because of the possible mix of water and power in your home.

Also please stay away from the river banks, they are eroding and if you wind up in trouble you are also putting your rescuers at risk.

Update 3:00pm

The arena is still accepting donations of blankets, bottled water (large 5 gallon bottles or flats of smaller bottles) and non-perishable foods. They are good for towels. They cannot accept homemade foods due to Health & Safety Regulations

Update 1:45pm

MANDATORY WATER RESTRICTION

Effective immediately, a mandatory water restriction is in effect for the Town of Black Diamond.

Please flush toilets ONLY as required (for solids)

Only MINIMAL water use.

Severely restrict laundry use; bathing, dish washing, cleaning, etc.

No outside watering.

Use water only in the case of emergency.

The water situation is critical, the supply must be maintained.

Your assistance is needed and appreciated. We will keep you informed.

 

Update 1:45pm

Town of Black Diamond is without Internet and Land Phone Lines – cell services have been sporadic.  As the Town website cannot be updated at this time, information on updates will be fed through Twitter.  We have included the feed below:


 

Flooding is occurring in Black Diamond and evacuation procedures are in progress. This post will continue to get updated with new information throughout the day. Other news sources twitter feed at the bottom of this post.

Update: 1pm

NO boil water advisory in Black Diamond but they are accepting blankets at the Oilfields Arena

Update: 10am

IMPORTANT: Town of Black Diamond has issued a boil water ORDER immediately. The water treatment plant has been disabled by flooding. Conserve water!

Video & Photo updates: http://gatewaygazette.ca/foothills-region-flood-photographs-and-videos/

Alberta Emergency Alert Update
Area:
Black Diamond
Description:
The Town of Black Diamond is experiencing localized flooding. Hwy 22 is closed near the bridge on the west side. Evacuees can go to the Reception Centre (Oilfields Arena). Please do not try to go to your homes. The Water Treatment Plant was shut down due to flood & safety concerns. Everyone is asked to conserve water. Town water pressure has been lowered

Potable water is being trucked to the reservoir to try to ensure a continued supply of safe drinking water. Please make every effort to use water for emergency uses only, to ensure the adequacy of the water supply.

Instructions:
Listen to local authorities for any updates. Follow the directions of local authorities. Avoid rivers, valleys and low lying areas. Take all necessary precautions. Watch for more information regarding water usage/availability.

Below are updates provided by the Town of Black Diamond with the most recent at the top.  Please visit their website for further updates as the day progresses.

http://town.blackdiamond.ab.ca/page.cfm?pgID=115

Update:  7:10pm
The evacuation order remains in effect.  Please await further instructions regarding re-entering your homes at this time.  Do not try to return to your homes without authorization by emergency personnel.

Concerns have arisen that some of the berms currently in place near the river may not remain intact.  If the berms fail, flood waters will most likely come back into Town.  Town staff and emergency personnel are currently working in attempts to secure those barriers until river levels recede further.

Erosion of the river banks has also exposed fibre-optic lines located near the river.  We are working with those officials to try to ensure that those lines of communication are not compromised.

Please keep your radio’s tuned to the Eagle 100.9fm for updates, should the digital forms of communication fail, the Town Office will make attempts to communicate via other methods with the radio station to keep our residents informed.

Update:  3:50pm
The heavy Rainfall Warning has been ended for the Town of Black Diamond.  The evacuation order remains in place until further notice.  Please do not attempt to get to your homes until it has been deemed safe to do so.  The Fire Department continues their diligent work to ensure the safety of all our residents.

Please continue to exercise care in conserving water, using only for emergency purposes.  The Town continues to have safe potable water trucked in to meet the immediate needs of the community.

The EOC will remain open as long as this event requires the full attention of the Town and it’s many working volunteers.  The telephone answering machine will be updated with messages as required, and the website will continue to be updated.

PLEASE stay away from the river areas, they are very high risk right now from erosion.  Please remember that you are risking your emergency services volunteer personnel as well as yourself, if you choose to get too close to dangerous areas.

Update:  2:30pm
While the Town awaits further reports of weather updates and river forecasts, please be aware that it is not expected that evacuees will be returning to their homes tonight.  Many have been billeted, thanks to our wonderful community, and of course the Reception Centre will be available for anyone who has not been able to make arrangements to stay elsewhere.

Please remember that the evacuation order is still in effect, and that for safety reasons, people should not attempt to go to their homes at this time.

The EOC will remain open as long as this event requires the full attention of the Town and it’s many working volunteers.  The telephone answering machine will be updated with messages as required, and the website will continue to be updated.

PLEASE stay away from the river areas, they are very high risk right now from erosion.  Please remember that you are risking your emergency services volunteer personnel as well as yourself, if you choose to get too close to dangerous areas.

The Town is continuing to have potable water delivered to the water reservoir and is still requesting that water conservation be a priority for our residents, to ensure that the water we have will see us through this event.  Please make every effort to conserve water.  The Town has lowered the water pressure in town, in an effort to assist with this.

Update:  11:17am
The Town of Turner Valley has issued an Emergency Alert .  Reports from Turner Valley EOC are that they are monitoring the Air Quality and are receiving safe readings, and no further issues reported.  Work continues to manage and mitigate that problem.  At this time, there is not a requirement for residents of the Town of Black Diamond to worry about further evacuations as a result of this incident.  Stay posted.

Update:   9:59am
The water treatment plant has been turned off, as a result of the flooding and safety concerns in the area of the plant.  PLEASE CONSERVE ALL WATER.  The reservoir contains an amount of water, but it will likely not be insufficient to last until the flood waters recede and damage (if any) to the plant can be determined and mitigated.  The Town of Black Diamond is currently working to obtain bottled water for our residents.  MOre information on water supplies will follow as available.

Update:  8:53am
New models from River Forecast expect approximately another 1 foot rise in the river level and relative increase in flow speed.  It is estimated to peak in early to mid-afternoon today.  At this point, evacuations remain in place for all residences west of 1st Street SW.  The Oilfields Regional Arena is open as the Reception Centre.  Staff continue to monitor water levels.
RESIDENTS ARE ASKED TO USE WATER FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES ONLY at this time. Please conserve water, do not stockpile it. Flush only when necessary.

Update:  8:00am
RESIDENTS ARE ASKED TO USE WATER FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES ONLY at this time.  Please conserve water, do not stockpile it.  Flush only when necessary.

Update:  7:40am
Volunteers continue to go door to door to assist residents with evacuation procedures.  If anyone currently unaffected has extra towels or blankets to donate, they can be taken to the Arena.

Update:  7:08am
Volunteers can register in person at the Arena.  Volunteers are going door to door notifying residents  of evacuation  procedures.  Please cooperate and follow instructions of the volunteers, for the safety of all concerned.  The Oilfields Arena is open as the Reception Centre.  Highway 22 is closed at the Campground until further notice.  Please expect possible power outages to occur.

Update:  6:30am
The Oilfields Regional Arena is being opened as the Reception Centre during this event.  Residents of low-lying areas may evacuate to the reception centre.  The Town will be going door to door shortly to notify those residents.

Update:  Thursday June 20, 2013    6:10am
The Sheep River is rising and is now breaching its banks in certain locations, particularly near the Campground.  Residents in that area should take appropriate precautions to protect their property from water damage.

Update:  Thursday, June 20, 2013  4:40am
The Sheep River was placed on a Flood Watch at approximately 2:45am.  The Rainfall Warning remains in effect.

Related articles on the flooding and rainfall warnings in the Foothills:

http://gatewaygazette.ca/foothills-school-division-updates-on-flooding-situations/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/town-of-turner-valley-state-of-local-emergency-declared/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/municipal-district-of-foothills-no-31-critical-alert-flash-flood/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/a-state-of-emergency-has-been-issued-for-the-townsite-of-redwood-meadows/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/mandatory-evacuation-issued-for-residents-in-north-west-high-river/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/md-foothills-flood-warning-flood-watch/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/town-of-high-river-state-of-emergency/

http://gatewaygazette.ca/okotoks-flood-watch-warning/






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