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FILE OR  CLAIM
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??urther staftaaaat taken fraas Mr. <fohu D. Meredith, third
Qfflear* Princess Kathl&en, t___ta_t by K. Tyson, Assistant
to Msa&ager, B.C.C.S.,  in eocataeaian with tha stranding of
Princess Kathleen &t Um® Point,  Lyna Canal, Alaska, on
OeptoBber 7th.  at 2:5&k.
H*
Oa ;>fept<_«b«r 11th, 1952 yan advlsi-d »e that Kr* Charles w.
Sewage* First Offiear oo the voyage prwc^dlitg ths -accident
failed to relieve you at the proper tia. after tho vassal
had laft Juneau?
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as itmtioned i_a your provlou-s statement, ha a^ologlzod atjd
said that He had taken so»« alaeplng pills which imst have
-knocked hie out?
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On Papts_«ber 6th, 1952 did ha relieve you at noon?
lea.
Ph&t sras his condition at that ti_&e?
HoraaX*
Did you as*.- hie, during the fire snd boat drill!
Yaa.
o-;-uld you say he conducted it in ©.perfectly noma! jaanmrr?
Yes.
about, what tine w&b the drill?
.About 16:00k
Phen did you sec *_r« Savaga after that?
1 aas? his on deck shortly, after &u$p®r*
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FILE  OR   CLAIM
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Std you talk to hix_?
Bo.
Khat _U_aa waa that?
Approximately X€:15k
Did you have a diacu^alaa with hits?
£o»
Did you see hist later an that evening?
Mo.
Phat was ths_ next tloe you ease hi_a?
2&f8£J_c n_ut Etorniog.
Other than one occasion already a«atiattada did ha inform
you he had been taking piila of any kind*
So.
On any occasion prior to the- accident did any craw
m&sbtir aatstlen to you that Mr. Savage appeared drcHfesy
at any tiiae«
So.
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After the .vessel stranded at 2:561; on Paptenb-er 7th,  What
were your aavaaeata?
At 2:$$ ■  2 was ii_tr.eclately k-akened up by the iapact of the
stranding, I pat on isy trousers then went to the Saeoad
officer,  Fourth Officer ana icirelasa   ..per&tors roots- to sake
aura they ware up, I then want Pack to ay roots to finish
draaaiag aa>. then repartad to thu bridge, the tie_e while
dreading was not nora than two x__Ua__-t&a«
Ky first order was to instruct the purser to announce m&r
the labile Address ayaten to have all pasaangera drttazed
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE  OR   CLAIM
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FORM   101U.
war&ly and to put on their life Jack at a and to staj   by th^ir
roc® and   that thure waa no cause for alara«    I refs_rted Pack
to the bridge  and  «*i_a ordered  to have the life boats  ewuag
oat readj  for lowering,  ^hen that was  cosapleted I  reported
hack to the orOdfe.    Py neat order waa to contact  Jun^au
by radio telephone,  particulars of which are shows  X ey
previous report.     I was in charge of a life boat transporting*
passengers fro*, the Princess Kathleen to the shore,  after
the three loads 1  went ashore and did whatever 2  could  for
the cohort of th*  paaaeisgera,  such ae lighting flrea etc*
I than went  with the  radio operator to the wireie a  station
at Junaau &ir Port and when 1 gat back the ahip hao beea
abandoned*
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE   OR  CLAIM        *****.*&*-£
With reference te the atirched statement fro*
Br. Jehn 0. l*E8_Jlt«,  "evimezs Kathleaa** ftiU* Spptcarbfr lit*
regardiny the ucuidfist iew>lvin<j the n-riac«ss Kathleen* eft Leas
feint at 2.58K op Septcsher 7th,  )*S2.
Mr. lyson, ray Assistant, personally asked Mr. Meredith
if be had ever seen Mr. Savage under the inf laenee of liquor *>B
beird cue ef ear ships.   As will he noted fro© his statement, he
advised that he bad not.
SB later asked hin a further question tdiieh is ret in the
stetecrect. that is* what was the closest he was to Mr. Savage on the
laornlsfj he vm» reUeved ty hlo.    Be said that the closest he was et
any tiae was approximately three feet,   tie did not sraeli liquor on
the hreatt: ef Ihr. Savage.
Manager*
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FORM 102   (Tin
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE  OR  CLAIM
X-52-4
st/mma rwm m. jots* o. sehediir, t?hsd ikficer, "wiicess sAmmtr,
 aaayg m. b> in™, -^aisxa-g aa mir«_ g.c.r,A	
Q.:   Yon sentioned in your previous statement that Mr. outrage,   .alien he
first reported to the pilot house to relieve you, corapiained of
feeling tired.   Is that rat right?
A.: Yes.
Q.: Hfeat was the app-wwinpte tine?
A.: Apj roxieately 24.1CK.
0.5 Did he cooplaln of a headache?
A.: Ho, sir.
tj.: Old he nenti*>n th t be was not feeling well?
".: Mo* sir*
Q,: Old he have the ap earanee that he teas ill?
A.: No, sir* although at the tirae it was dark in the wheelbouse.
0.: Mas it indicated la aay of his actions* or tea ^s, that be was ill?
A.: So*
O.t The evidence Indicates that Mr. Swage was ap rexi__ately 9 or 10
ideates late in relieving you* Has be been frequently late in
relieving you?
A.: Yes, sir* on end off all answer.
Q.: Ap roximately hew ..any minutes would yot say be was late en an average?
A.: Ok at; average about 5 or 10 rainutcs.
Q.: On zry  ocfas I on we* there a Jrrcgthy period on which he was  late in
relieving yon9
A.: Yes* be was late en two occasions.
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A.;   Ttis saaaer on eve occasion h« whs 20 einuias late sad^the trip
before the stranding, as be did not report at the proper tiiao
and dz I yrcmined on his watch for 40 minutes, I called the Master
and voportad this incident to bin.     Ybe Sfosier came in the pilot
house a few ainotes later and officially relieved _ac.
Q.:   Do yon know the tirae Mr* Savage reported for duty that morning,
if he did at all?
A.:   The ____ ter informed ne that morning that Mr* Savage bad reported
for duty at nppxa__li»_teiy 1*15 a*m*
o.: On the oases on be was 20 laiact-s late, did you ask hiss the reason why?
A.: Pte, sir*
Q.j Did he mention to you, or give you any reason **? be was late?
A.: 1 believe he said fee hail slept in.
$•: ^re you awc-e* or not, that he Is what is teraed a heavy sleeper?
A,: At tleges he sleeps very heavily*
9* J   <a the trip prior to the yro oding did be inform you why be was late
taking ever his watch?
A.:   Thr next d;:>y be apologized and said he had taken sowe sleeping pills
and. thej eaist have knocked hie oat*
0.:   Have yen ev r se&n Hr. Savage under the influence of liquor on beard
oee of our ships.
ft.:   Mo*
Q.'.   Have you always found Mr. Savage's behaviour normal in every   espect?
A.j   turn*   Be is tardy in relieving end, as I have i>afrevi^usly said, this is
no doubt feecaaso be is a heavy sleeper. XZ
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FORM 102   (Tin
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FIUE OR CLAIM
Stranding of ••«♦ "Princess Kathleen" aa Utm feist* tyna
Canal* Alaska* Set-day, SaptaBbor 7th, 1952* at 2.53K*
Stataaeat frea Mr* *9e*_e 0* Uoreditu* Third Office_« "s-riacass
Kathleen** taken by Mr* ft. tysea* Assistaat te M__aajjar« aa
September lltb la Victoria, ft, C.
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aba was the laarteraester aa watch at the tine
relieved by the First Officer. Br* favaga**
Sam Mitchell*
What ware Mia bears af duty?
officially
weald yen say that bis coaditlaa was aaawl ia every respect?
Yes*
Haw long was Mr* Miteball q_Krrteraaster during the ported yea wars third
Officer aa the **P riacess Kathleen" thia su_a_er?
Marias, the entire —a— seasaa with exception af two trips that be bad off*
Had yea experienced any trouble with bis at all daring this tiaa?
Ma*   Ma is absolutely reliable ia all respects*
tihaa was the first time yea triad to raise the Alaska Co_s__taieatieas
Station at Juneau aa the warning af Saptentber 7th?
.-pproxiaately 4t00 •*__»
*fha irts true ted you to wake the call?
Captain ilughes.
sere yea able to raise anyone en the tudia telepheao?
Me.
I understand that you turned the dial several degrees one say aad the
ether* but still could net contact Juneau*   is that right?
Yes*
Is there any reason to your knowledge why you could not contact thett?
1 learned since that Juaeaa bad beard our calls* but I could not pick
thes up au wr receiver* The Radio Operator later ma found that the
calibration bad been apset* no doubt daa to the impact af the ship
striking the reef, as be fl»_t_ged te get through aad oat a reply
around IJtOD o'clock.
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FILE OR CLAIM
Statetacnt frets ar* John 0* Meredith* Third Officer CCe»t,d*)
Qt   Had you experienced any difficulty with the radio telephone la any way
aa the voyage from Vancouver te Juaoaa aa the trip in questioaf
At   Ma* Sir*
Qt   la other words* ia your estimation the radia
aparaUag condition prior te th© aceideut?
At   Unite corveet*
tolephooe was ia a perfect
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 102  (Tw
FILE OR CLAIM
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Victoria, Si* C,   Septe**tM» 10th,X952 -K*
sttraffitff JKOi ;-p. **& ti. 00 -,- as*, wrso; x*... -, *Mm$8B& WOBBJm*
'laker- by Capte.n J* I. iteailiou. Murine ^^rinteadeet, i.C.C.s.
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Hew long hove you bean euplcyod by Use B. Cm Coast Stun unship .%rviee?
1 joined tbc B. C. I. S* in 1942 bet left la 1944 f«r war service
sad n turtiod aiseift in l'M£*
Bow long have you been a oewrtifieaced officer In tbe II* G. Coast
etaesaatiip Service?
Since the %ring of 13_#.
How long have you b#*_n fhird Of!S icer em the *£rieceae Kx-thlean"?
Since Atsril of thia year*
Ifou bsve than wado all the trips North ea her this Suraiaar?
¥ea» with tim excopticn of th   first ajX'Gifsl cruise trip*
feu ®ere oo watch leaving Juneau on tho nlgjht of Septeaber 6th*
1952*
Tea* sir*
y&til what tSjaeV
2 mm officially reli*:;v<:<:: at appra?ciHgto3ff ton B&aatos past midalgdit
by ar* S«va,r?»*
shore was the vessel et t ia tis_9?
He had jaade the altaoietioc of coarse et Sheep Pre k sad wero Keeping
down Caatlneau Ct-sonel t©»...«. Maraien Island*    Hie cvurge'at the
t_j_s was . x S { S,
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IBBSUJa
FILE OR CLAIM J    _,    52    *►   _L
B 2    ■ Sept. 10/195:0 - E*
, t -. bat tsso the state of tho weether at t is tfaa-l
A j The wind w_?s light airs aad e Mgbt rei_n was falling*    Visibility
whs good*
ftt :as everything norwel fr*»» a aavl<fatlot*_I point of view shea you
htwided over the witch to ter* a vege. the First Of icerjf
At lee* everything- was aorwal mufi ia good order, as regards the
navigation of tho ahip*
w.t i_hst_ Mr* Savage officially reliev d you* hoe ma the change aade?
Ast than be first ees_t en the bridge* while }t& was eoosariiiin   the log
book. I gave hia the course and sj eed w*.leh wmnssra proceeding at
so that he could ehed; with the log book:*    He then -sent to the
Sterboerd window end for t» two sirai;e period there woe silence*
during which tias I gathered he was getting his «yealj?ht scd
ascertaining the visibility andposition of the ship*    I then
repeated the course ef E at S { S to his «?nd tise speed of K30
revolutions*   He repoatsd the mmraa and speed beck to _w»y indicating
that he was taking over officially*    I then asoved rver to "fee SUw*
board side of the £heelhcuse and stood for *iboui two sinutea*    I
asked* "Are yon alright* sir* «©enlag feaveycu got your eyesight find
bearings* _uk1 he aaanersd* *^ee, l*ve get hear"*    I thus p ©needed    ■
to ray quarters*
t» Bid you eegsge In enj/ ether ccjBv&rst»tiofs with Mr* S vcr.o. ether than
the act of hnntiiisi; over the watch to kial
As Ir*s*    He resarkad thei he felt o little   dred and I suj: vsted that
ho put his he»d cut of the epm wiedew art', g»t « little fresh sir*
v* Is this the first time he baa relieved you 1- te?
k: i«o, he is a he* y sleeper and has relieved ma laie ea previous
eesaaiosks*
-;s Bid Mr* Savagw appear to be in ** nerwal state, other than the fact
t_Mt he ladles .«« he wt--s tired?
At SSvarytting appeared quite norael sad Bat____f*wstery to ae*
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Sept* 10,1952 - 3t.
Kara ytsa quite satisfied to turn the watch over to Mr* afevaga
st this tigsef
A j few* air*
C• Sera you quite aura that Mr* Savage bed net h en tirinking?
A i to the best of iay knowledge Mr, Msvaga hsd act bean drinking*
t Approximately »ftjat tl»e did you thtan leave the Filet Matteef
At I left the bridge at approximately a quarter after aldnight*
Qt Ehat time did   Ceptain hughes turn tho Ship mftr to yc*u efter
leaving Juneau?
As At approximately 23*4? r between Bed Buoy and _Jur_©au Island*
$:%?mm ?*£?% m*t
I certify that this is a true
sad correct etfiteffient, and that
it is taken in s £Mr fanner*
ferine Surprint*indent
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COURT   OF   INVESTIGATION
NOTICE Of" INVESTIGATION
T0 J?.l?R..?.9^1as.Meredithil, Third Officer,
2710 East 24th Avenue,
Vancouver, B.C.
I hereby give you notice that the Minister of Transport of Canada has ordered a
formal investigation into the circumstances attending the _5£..9.W&i.M..8&5k..subsequent
loss of the s.s.   "PRIOCESS laTHLSSlT11,   O.H.  150,90S,   on 7th September,
.19J>2,...aeax..Eaii_t .Lena,...Alaska..
and that subjoined hereto is a copy of a statement of case (or report) upon which the said
investigation has been ordered.   I further give you notice to produce to the Court your
certificate (or licence), the log books of the vessel, and any other documents relevant to
this case which may be in your possession.
I have further to give you notice that on the information at present obtained by the
Department of Transport the questions annexed hereto are those upon which it appears
desirable, and upon which it proposes to take the opinion of the Court, but these questions
will be subject to alteration, addition, omission or amendment by the Department of
Transport, or any officer thereof thereunto authorized by the Minister of Transport, at
any time before the hearing of the investigation, or at the hearing of the investigation
after the witnesses produced by the Department of Transport have been examined.
Dated at ^tawa,^ Ontario^
.this	
4th
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October
.19.
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Deputy Minister of Transport
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1.   STATEMENT OF THE CASE
This is a formal investigation authorized by the Honourable the Minister of Transport,
under the provisions of Part VIII of the Canada Shipping Act, Chapter 44, 1934, and
amendments and regulations thereunder, into the circumstances attending the
growingaad ..«absaa(aam 	
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The Court herein has the power to suspend or cancel the Certificate or Licence of such
master, mate, pilot or engineer as may be found at fault, and to impose such fines and costs
as are provided for in the Statutes hereinabove referred to.
It will depend upon the evidence adduced whether the blame will be laid upon any
one or more of the persons mentioned in the last question of the list of questions hereunder
for the opinion of the Court, and penalty imposed accordingly, each one of whom is at
liberty to secure the services of counsel to look after his respective interests.
2.    QUESTIONS FOR THE OPINION OF THE COURT
1. Who were the owners of the e.s* "PitlKGESS KA'SMUMi*  at the time of grounding
aad subsequent...less of the vessel, on 7th Sept eater, 1952?       . \
C*\r->(W<:.<•'*,    P'«*'P''e   /(nihtMx.^/  I__PC -;n:yw"   «_)v_».ir>r-fA*j» •,...,-.», :.>.-■ -\.i. I
2. Where and by whoa was the vessel built?   Was the vessel classed?    If so, in
what class was,the vessel, and with what Classification Society was the vessel
so classed?  ffuiH"    H^ouunJ    (rJajr.oiX     ^/yy
3. What type of vessel is the e.s* «PHIKCBSS __A!EH]^_ar«?    What are her principal
dimensions, tonnage, aad^speedf   A'ai'^?-^     /^■ssc^-ar-     LteJ-ca J ,? > t»
,nr,//   AwA   TZZm   krpxzjc      A<*h To„£ ^AyA Gi-*ls   *f?A&     JjxLM*./ &zn
4. How many passengers and craw was the vessel certificated to carry? Bow many
passengers and crew were on hoard the vessel at the time of the casualty?
5. With what eoapasees was the S,s|^*H.l'„fC_SSS ZATBLEEX*  equipped? Where were lAi-Ahi
they positioned on board? Was the deviation of the compasses accurately/0 Kq< ■» Ww-I'/
, known on all headings and at all tines during the last voyage,of,the vesselland / j '
Aitxwu'yc compass.  whAuJhoosoJt 7fac,r)afrc,*&hXh<xl£,r,x>s£  -*/> or*da&*       bS-^l^
6. With what other navigational equipment was the vessel fitted? Was such fequipaent
in good working order? -*o what extent, if any, was such equipment used froa the
time the vessel left Juneau, Alaska, on the night of 6th September, 1952, to the
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steering gear in good working order a,t all times during the last voyage?        >
With whet lifesaving equipment was the s.S. "PltlJfGKSS _MHL-2-_J,, fiited?    Was
such equipment in good working order?    Pidlt comply fully, with, t^he^regulations
of the Department of Transport? faffi   !>VtT*<¥TJ    *?ra&&h    »"
Was the s.s. «E_IKCESS USSSLOOk* supplied with charts, sailing directions, and
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similar publications for the safe navigation of the vessel on her last voyage?
i/P    J'aO.v.r,    ay<uAi't>r>£     <^P    "*°     <w"To-     ct.jj.     >•>      JaA    >-><aa-.r~~.
the s.s. "PfililGliSS KATELWM* leave Vancouver and Juneau on
Skagway?   7?*-p<*A<A     U^'ceovajy^ '32fr4i^b'+jr 3rd    fyfroK&ey
At what times did
her ltist voyage to
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What cargo was on hoard the s.s* "P-tlHGJBSS KATWL&m* on departure froa Juneau,
how was the cargo stowed?, ,
seaworthy condition on departure froa
Juneau, Alaska, oa 6th September, and up to the tiae the vessel ran aground
oa 7th September, 1952?
n    on the evening of 6th September, 1952?, Where and h
i<\J ^rco —j- /?©     * ■,.<■■>-/.      Pinarji /, a*t&     C>a«_-     •£&«*/«_&      0&P< •
tnr   iL 'x4-   .r^ -    •&*___»^-a4r____tf*__i__P»_*«- ^^w*^/*/"
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13. At what time was the s.s. "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" abeam of the light on Portland
Island at the northern end of Stephens Passage? What was the estimated
position of the vessel when abeam of the light? Was the position accurate?
Ik.   At what time was the s.s. "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" abeaa of the light on Shelter
Island? What was the estimated position of the vessel when abeam of the light?
Was the position accurate?
15* What was the state of (a) the wind; (b) the sea; (c) the tide; (d) the current,
and (e) the visibility at the time the s.s. "PRINCESS _C_.THI_.-_n'" was abeaa of
the light on Portland Island? What change, if any occurred in these conditions
froa the time the vessel was abeaa of the light on Portland Island to the time
of the grounding?
16. What courses were steered by the s.s. "PRINCESS KA2HLKEH" froa the position
when abeam of the light on Portland Island to the position when abeaa of
Shelter Island light? What was the speed of the vessel during this interval?
17* From the position off Shelter Island light, what courses were steered and at
what speed did the s.s* "PRINCESS KATHLBM" proceed up to the time of the
grounding?
18* Who was in charge of the navigation of the s.s. "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" from midnight,
6th September, 1952, to the tiae of the grounding? Was a good and proper
lookout kept on the s.s* "PRINCESS KATHLpN" during this period? If not, to
what extent did the lookout fail? OhAi-  o-fTVeaj- SZv<±<j<£.  .   /.«•. 'rcy,-,:a , >
19. What was the heading by compass of the s.s. "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" run aground on
7th September, 1952?
20. Where and at what tiae did the s.s. "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" run aground on 7th
September, 1952?
21* Bid negligence occur in the taking of proper action by rudder and engines to
avoid the grounding? If so, to what extent did negligence occur?
22. -hat damage was sustained by the s.s* "PRINCESS iUTHLMH" as a result of the
grounding on 7th Septeaber, 1952?
23. What action was taken by the Master of the s.s* "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" after the
vessel grounded to save the lives of the paeeengere and crew? Was such action
right and proper having regard to all the conditions then prevailing?
2k. What action was taken by the Master of the s.s* "PRINCESS KATHLEEN" to save
the vessel froa the time of the grounding to the tiae the vessel sank? Was
such action right and proper having regard to all the conditions then prevailing?
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What was the cause of the grounding and subsequent loss of the s.s. "PRINCESS
KATHLEEN" on 7th September, 1952?
Was the grounding and subsequent loss of the s.s. "PRINCESS KATHLIuEN" caused
or contributed to by the wrongful act or default of the Master, Captain
Graham Otia Hughes; the First Officer, Charles Williaa Savage, or any other
person or persons?
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