Friday, September 23, 2005

Are you coming? There’s a ground swell of support now responding to everyone’s requests to come help!


What to do.


1. Fly into a local city and rent a big SUV, minivan or budget rental type of truck. Many times the budget type or hauling trucks are cheaper than card. I have been driving one for two weeks. Check local yellow pages for moving trucks. I got mine at Jackson mini storage. G
2. Get to the Gonzales Lamar Dixon expo cent for the 6 am meeting and get supplies. It’s extremely confusing about what you should be doing. Many don’t go because we’d rather be in the city working at 6 o’clock. They have a volunteer boot somewhere that you can chick on. I never did that. If any one from HSUS is reading this, sign me up
3. Come to the YMCA on Philip St off St. Charles. Come with a lot of patience since many people are rally stressed. Our place is going to look like a disaster zone after this hurricane but someone will put it back together and get rolling again. Day after storm.
4. Here are directions to YMCA: 10 east to the causeway south to the Jefferson St exit. Left on Jefferson toward New Orleans. Jefferson turns into Claiborne. A few miles down you are looking for Phillips you’ll see 1, 2, and 3rd before you seen. Take a right on Phillip and go up to Simon Bolivar continue on Philip (a little confusing as Philip seems to be a little disjointed. But you are within two blocks or so) you are looking for the 2000 bloc of Philip. Try to bring feeding supplies with you. Lots of dry and canned cat food and dog food, bowls, leashes and collars which can be gotten at the Gonzales supply center.

We are trying to work with the HSUS to use the YMCA as a drop off point to process animals and not have to drive them all the way back to Gonzales every couple of hours to feed and drop off animals so we don’t have to spend all day driving instead of rescuing animals. HSUS doesn’t seem to want to listen but I am going to keep talking to them about it every day.

Post Rita

The first day back after the storm we are going to start blasting the list of the owner call ins. This is the list of thousands of people who called the much published HSUS 800 number to report a trapped pet. Many of these people probably think that HSUS, with all their money and support, got the list into hands of rescuers. They have not. Finally, people who were so amazed about this, took the list and started to get it data processed and put into simple mapping programs. I told them to do this two weeks ago and even offered to direct them to db companies who could help! Think about this. HSUS virtually promised on ads and internet marketing that they would try to rescue their pets. I hear this list is over 20k and could be much larger. These are leads for rescuers to go directly where there is a pet. Will we ever get it? Who knows at this point? But if you called them and think that your pet has been saved, think again. You’d be better off just calling local groups like us on the ground and giving us the information again.

What we need from HSUS to succeed. (Most of the people at the YMCA are savvy HSUS volunteers who just got sick of the bureaucracy anyway. They are getting the job done anyway) But if we had these things we could really go to town next week.)

1. 10-15 laborers as they are using at Gonzales which is really a mess after these many days.
2. The list of call ins for GOSH SAKES! I told them 2 weeks ago that I could have it data processed and mapped in two hours. I finally got them to give the list to dogdetective.com and she’s doing it for them. I am not even sure if she has the entire list though.
3. Shuttles to get animals to Lamar Dixon from the YMCA. Rescuers need to rescue from dawn into the night and not have to worry about driving an hour and a half to drop off a few animals at Lamar Dixon - what a complete waste of time.
4. Experienced intake people to take the animals as they come into the YMCA. This insures that a total record is kept so that they are processed and owners can locate them. We need this experience from HSUS.
5. Just a few people to help us to handle the animals once we get here and before they get on the truck: vet techs, bathers, feeders and walkers.

We can still save thousands of pets.

Nothing is slowing down. We are still finding many alive! An incredible story from yesterday. A pit bull mother and her puppy were found left in a crate in her house with no food and water, still alive after we broke the door. They were in horrible shape but from what I hear, once they got water they perked up right away. Case in point we had to get two people to take them back to Gonzales. And their day was basically over. This is a game of logistics and the people in the field have proven this by saving 1000 upon 1000s of animals that they are capable. We try not to do anything to take us away from rescuing. We rescued last night with spot lights until almost 10 o’clock. The police and guard pull us over and say “Great job. Get it done.” We simply need more hours and more people to get these lists done.

Please HSUS get us 150 spotlights. We have got plenty of people to work late into the night or at least until dark. Most innovation like this comes from the field. Thousands of people have come down here and innovated with success but HSUS simply doesn’t want to see this success in front of their eyes.

Why don’t you all start emailing HSUS about what is going on on the ground? Not at Lamar Dixon but in the field. I have never seen a single person from HSUS except Jane. I have never heard an HSUS higher up ask a rescuer what exactly they need. I’ve camped out on their doorsteps to tell them but eyes are rolled and nothing is done. These people should come work the field for one day. All we are asking for is their help and we will get thousands of animals out next week. Many people are getting the feeling that HSUS is ready to wind down and use the hurricane as an excuse. They should prove with their action that this is simply not true. HSUS’ problem right now is that in the age of the internet they simply cannot get away with hiding anything. Everyone says that my information is right on down here. I have been fair to all parties - giving credit where credit is due. Looked for ways to improve. Everything I have put in this bog is very accurate. None of it is second hand. Most of it I have seen with my own two eyes

Would you believe that 20 of us came into the city today to rescue after going to Gonzales to hear rumor after rumor about the weather. Its 3 o’clock, it has barely rained and the police and guard know we are here and just asked that we leave about hours before dark. We got another days work in just by being proactive. We are not even at risk we have a direct contact at the police dept and at that guards and two people watching local weather and news constantly. Doesn’t take much smarts to know when a hurricane is 200 miles away to know when it will be here. Police said just give them a call and they will escort us out. The rumor mill at HSUS was that the city was under water so no body came in. The entire little guerrilla people seem to have the best intelligence.

I am going to go now. An hour or so to go before we can get out of the city – time to rescue a couple more animals still. But we will be back the second the weather permits. You simply don't understand the determination of the feet on the street rescuers Met a guy last night who a slept in his boat for two nights in St Bernard’s parish where the water had been as much as 30 feet high.

Any one who can get the word to HSUS to get us the simple help we need - please do so!

We all plan working at night next week so someone buy or deliver to us those spotlights.

98 Comments:

At 4:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric,

I passed along your requests to the HSUS. I am a member and supporter of theirs but that doesn't mean they will listen to me. Sounds like they have not been very nimble about maximizing the efficiency of field rescues, which is the key action in saving animals. And animals and suffered and died as a result.

Are there any stores open and operating in the N.O. area that have the spotlights you need? Maybe we can phone a store and buy some on credit for you. Someone would need to pick them up, I suppose. Let us know.

 
At 4:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric, I can be there by Sat, 10/1. Is that too late?

Margaret
mvhutcheson@bham.rr.com

 
At 5:05 PM, Blogger Kate Danaher said...

Friday, 9/23/05 3:00PM West Coast Time: I just spoke with Jane Garrison and asked her to go to your web site as soon as she could and read your latest entry. She said she knew who you were. I hope she can help get HSUS to help you. She sais that volunteers should resume arriving on Sunday.
katedanaher@animalearthhuman.org

 
At 5:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are any shots required or recommended before arriving? Pls anybody if you know. I'd like to come as soon as possible, but do not want any set backs.

 
At 6:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re shots, I have heard that tetanus is needed and hepatitis A is recommended.

 
At 7:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric,

Have you tried asking IFAW for supplies? They are coordinating supplies for animal rescue groups. See
http://www.ifaw.org/ifaw/general/default.aspx?oid=146430

This is probably for regular pet supplies but maybe they can get donated floodlights somehow.

 
At 8:32 PM, Blogger Sandi1214 said...

Eric,
I have some very useful supplies (lighting, etc.). I am just confused by all the posts over the boards. Where is help needed the most? I have been doing search and rescue for many years and am able to assist in anyway. I just do not know where I should be going to at this point. I would be driving from Chgo. If you get this, please email.
Thanks

Sandi1214@yahoo.com

 
At 8:33 PM, Blogger Sandi1214 said...

Also, imortant note... I can get supplies tomorrow morning (things not animal related) equipment, etc.

Sandi1214@yahoo.com

 
At 11:40 PM, Blogger AddledWriter said...

Keep up the good work!

 
At 1:04 AM, Blogger Jackie R. said...

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At 7:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What type of spotlights would work best for you? Do you have somewhere to recharge them or would throw-away batteries be best? Lorrie

 
At 8:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric,

I also emailed HSUS to reinforce what is needed in the field. I'm a long time member but that doesn't mean they will listen.

I also would put floodlights on my credit card - that's a great idea. Please just let us know where to call. I really want to help! And thanks to you and all the volunteers there!

 
At 11:28 AM, Anonymous Nogen Equay said...

Good luck. When you go to the other side, there will be so many animal spirits waiting for you, the ones you saved, the ones you tried to save, and the ones you mourned.

 
At 12:19 PM, Anonymous Therle Dregansky said...

Eric,

You are doing a fine job! I'm also organizing an effort, and having worked in the EOC for two weeks I may be able to get that list of names and needs.

I'm going to give it my best shot today--you can reach me at 313.850.9627, or online through my own site.


Yours,

Therle

 
At 12:32 PM, Anonymous Therle Dregansky said...

Eric,

I just purchased a searchlight for you through eBay. Two million candles, handheld and rechargeable. I just need to know where to send it--it will be coming straight to you, priority mail. 313.850.9627

 
At 1:34 PM, Anonymous Carolyn said...

Thank you for all your good work. I am so glad you all haven't given up on NO and keep rescues going there. I am concerned--is anyone looking in the closed up houses for cats? Are ALL the houses going to be checked? I too would be glad to phone any operating stores there in NO area, buy the spotlights you need by credit card, if someone could pick them up. Maybe you could post this on your site--instructions for us and what you need .

 
At 1:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is to the person who is complaining about Erics whining. Without being there I don't know how you could possibly know how inept and F'up things really are. The call in list alone is deplorable! I would be outraged if I were a pet owner, to know my animal suffered a horrible death needlessly!

 
At 2:13 PM, Blogger AbbyandBrianasMommy said...

I am trying to plan on coming during Thanksgiving! Yes its a long time but I have college and kids and no other way(in Waco TX) In the mean time if you need supplies email me kellymann@grandecom.net I want to help. I know you need manpower and I promise to give that! May you guys find strength and rest for the days to come. ANd find alive animals!

 
At 2:14 PM, Blogger Minpinmama said...

For more info on pet rescue and up to date info on where to go to help.

Link to NOLA

Then under "HELP CENTER" click on the "Pet Rescue" forum.

Please, please use this forum to learn how to help and not just for chit, chat. There are thousands of animals that need help.

 
At 3:10 PM, Blogger WillowLu said...

Contact:

The Humane Society of the United States, 2100 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037
1-800-HUMANE-1 (9 a.m. – 9 p.m. EST)
disaster@hsus.org

Click here for contact list for HSUS Regional Offices

LA Humane Society email addresses:

humanesociety@hotmail.com, sthumane@yahoo.com, Rchs4cats@bayou.com, IberiaHu@IberiaHumane.com, humaneLA@gmail.com, info@la-spca.org, rjelliott7@aol.com, sjhumanesociety@yahoo.com, mzzritapuppylady@aol.com, sbpanimal@aol.com, HumaneSocCenla@aol.com

 
At 5:53 PM, Anonymous Julie said...

Eric, you are doing an awesome job! Trying to get down there or do something to help from here. Do you have a general address for the YMCA, or somewhere else there, that we could send spotlights, and other supplies that you might need?
Julie

 
At 5:58 PM, Anonymous Julie said...

Eric,

Also, if you have an email address, I wanted to email you. I update a daily list for bestfriends.org down there, of animals that need to be rescued, as the calls come in there. Then bestfriends.org distributes and faxes the lists. If you finally got the HSUS list, do you want me to send that list to bestfriends also? Julie

 
At 6:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just deposited $500 in Eric's paypal account! I emailed everyone in all the lists too but I didn't believe that was going to work!

 
At 7:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyword on whether we need to bring chest waders?

 
At 8:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric,
I know several people who have been to Gonzales and spent more than a week walking/feeding/caring for dogs, and doing house to house rescue. I am very disturbed by the reports they and others that just left and currently are there are bringing back/telling me, both from our rescue group and other rescues, ACO's and experienced animal people from Gonzales.

Our rescue, despite the conditions and bureaucracy will continue to send 2-3 volunteers down (and we are far from a large or well-off rescue, but recognize the importance of helping these animals and the people who are workign for the good of these pets) as long as we can. I hear reports of the red tape and the HSUS sitting in air conditioned tents and trailers while people like you and us essentially organize and run their own rescue efforts amongst themselves. Small disagreemtent about how something should be done, and many times it's a matter of control and not for the good of the animals.

When Katrina first hit, I made donations to the big rescues in the area and HSUS. It was my assumptiont that they would distribute this money in the form of items needed and more,and for support of the volunteers and MOST of all for the ANIMALS...they are, after all the HUMANE SOCIETY of the US, no!??!.

Two of my friends arrived the first week after katrina hit. At that time, there was little food (no tents, no cots, no showers, no mess, while it was set up in their last few days there. They slept in a tent and/or the van they drove downin.

There were 2 showers for 100's of women volunteers, when they did arrive/were set up -- or they werent allowed to take a shower or didnt get one til 2am and had been in the muck rescuing dogs.

All these women used the same 2 showers, but the HSUS bigwigs had their comfy trailers, and I'm sure they got showers.

I read another account of someone in another area where HSUS set up a misting tent for their employees to shoot a video -- PR -- that seem so to be mostly what they (the LA SPCA and other groups) care about, to drive donations. At least Pasado was out there doing SOME rescue after their PR, unlike others. This SICKENS me. No misting tent for the dogs (which with the unbearable heat, would be a GREAT idea to set up and walk the dogs thru!) These people are more concerned with their salaries and keeping the donations rolling in than they are in the work they are SUPPOSED to be doing

My local state's agencies were having people sign up for Katrina help: i fyou wanted to foster, go help, etc.They told everyone 'wait til you're called upon', the best thing you can do is stay put for now. Three weeks after katrina, peole were wonderign why they had not been contacted to foster, take in dogs, go to help.....being with a rescue, we received an email notice from the SPCA asking would we like a list of volunteers they compiled. This was their task....Compile the list and send to rescues/shelters. NOT to orchestrate and/or sendany (in many cases) qualified people that were so sorely needed, and still are! WE are flying volunteers down to get them there soonest; driving others. Wouldn't one think that the SPCA and/or HSUS could afford to do that with the lists they compiled, ASKING people to volunteer and sign up? People WAITING to be contacted....
of course many of these caring (and other) people made nice donations to their agencies.

THANK YOU for writing of your experiences, including the far-from-ideal parts. This is so important for people to know.

I, and many of my friends donated to the HSUS. We wont any more. I am appalled at the huge WASTE that has been reported....and the way the very volunteers who are giving so much of themselves are treated.

Hearing of a HUGE dumpster the size of a house where everykind of crates/supplies are thrown because they are not brand new (but people thought they were helping so sent their crates andother items down). No, they only wanted NEW crates to use. They told volunteers from small rescue groups that quesitoned the waste that they wouldnt' hand anything over to them for their use (just the sheer snobbery and attitude this relays is disgusting) but they could "feel free to fish it out of the dumpster if they wanted it that badly.

And stacks and stacks of donated dog food. Dog food drops made by volunteers: NEVER were they given teh best brand dog food that was donated; always the purina and other "crap" with lots of filles...better than nothing, but waht will they do, take those donations and where will they use them? Ware house them? Gee maybe they can have a food sale in some large cities and pocket more money for their fat salaries.

I could go on and on, but this is long enough.

Yours truly, J

 
At 9:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric, I saw a posting on another blog, on or around 9/5, from a woman in Canada, who stated that there was an article in her local newspaper "The Globe & Mail" from Ontario, that stated the HSUS had asked other animal rescue organizations for money despite having received millions of dollars in donations since Katrina hit. She stated, and I was unclear if this was from the article she was talking about or not, that when people have made donations thru the HSUS website, it says something to the effect that you are donating this money to be used for Hurricane Katrina OR OTHER DISASTERS, and this OTHER DISASTERS comment allows them to save the money collected since Hurricane Katrina. I'd like to know from Mr. Pacelle what percentage of the money donated since Hurricane Katrina struck has been used for Hurricane Katrina. Thank you.

 
At 9:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric,

1. Thanks so much for your efforts!

2. I'm getting mixed signals. Is HSUS okay or not so much?

3. I will be down with one other person on October 5 (leaving the night of 10/4). We can stay until the evening of 10/12. We have a pick-up truck and possible trailer.
- It's hard to figure out where we should go.
- Do we need the trailer? Can we help transport animals?

Please email me:
ann.holland@adelphia.net
Lynchburg, VA

Thanks!
Ann

 
At 12:01 AM, Blogger Marilyn Sue said...

Hello Eric

I have an online group that has been helping evacuees find their families. Our
work there is winding down (we hope!) and we are now wanting to help FOUND
animals reunite with their LOST owners. We can only work with animals that have
some information. We can't help if you have an animal with no ID.

FOUND animal MUST have at least one of these:

Owner Name or

Home Address or

Tags with ANY info.

It may be that we could have success with less than that, but it is doubtful.
We will use the information to try and identify and locate the evacuee who lost
the animal.

If you know of animals we could help, just e-mail me with the info:
gilthorp@gmail.com

Marilyn Sue
http://www.StealthVolunteers.com

 
At 10:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone from Dallas interested in going to New Orleans with me possibly today or tomorrow thru the week?

 
At 10:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric,
I will be on my way next week if someone can give me some idea on where to go. Let me know please.

tonia.l.mccart@us.army.mil

 
At 10:17 AM, Blogger Stephanie said...

Would anyone near Dallas be interested in gooing to help out. I will leave today or tomorrow and be able to go through the week. Please email me if interested.
fashn1@aol.com

 
At 11:15 AM, Anonymous Karen said...

Flying in to Dallas from Alaska Monday morning. Was going to rent an SUV, and head that way.
Maybe we can go together
E-mail me right away-leaving for airport by the end of today, and will be out of touch
yuker_99587@yahoo.com

 
At 11:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I called Lake Charles Police Dept.(337-491-1456) to inquire about animal rescues in their flooded areas. Police Department has no information. Just people being rescued. I was then transferred to the Fire Department in Lake Charles and was told they are only saving people. The Fire Department then transferred me to the OEP( 337-721-3800) and i asked the women why animals were being left on roof tops ONCE AGAIN during last nights Coast Guard helicopter operations. She told me their only concern was saving the people. She then told me that animal control is putting together search and rescues for animals and to call back in 2 hours when she has a contact number. So once again people, the animal situation will be a repeat of Katrina. Government on a local,state,and federal level still has the "ignore the animals policy".

 
At 11:18 AM, Blogger KLord said...

I called Lake Charles Police Dept.(337-491-1456) to inquire about animal rescues in their flooded areas. Police Department has no information. Just people being rescued. I was then transferred to the Fire Department in Lake Charles and was told they are only saving people. The Fire Department then transferred me to the OEP( 337-721-3800) and i asked the women why animals were being left on roof tops ONCE AGAIN during last nights Coast Guard helicopter operations. She told me their only concern was saving the people. She then told me that animal control is putting together search and rescues for animals and to call back in 2 hours when she has a contact number. So once again people, the animal situation will be a repeat of Katrina. Government on a local,state,and federal level still has the "ignore the animals policy".

 
At 11:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems like what really needs to happen is get someone down there to give this some exposure. Most people I speak with have no idea what is taking place in NO, and believe the big animal groups have already pulled the animals out. They are schocked by what I tell them. For all the people who want to help, but cannot go. Help by alerting the news agencies, 60 minutes, Oprah, anyone who can get this out. Try to get CNN to do more coverage. Get some of the emaciated animals on TV!!! Let the public know what is really going on there. It is a great news story! Maybe they could go and ask HSUS some point blank questions about the owner call in list, and why these animals are being left to die by the thousands, after they have received millions in donations. Maybe it will help get things moving before it it too late!

 
At 12:50 PM, Anonymous franandzoe said...

I am planning on volunteering in New Orleans starting on Monday, I live there and will be staying indefinately. I was thinking of going to help the Winn Dixie people. Any word on them? How efficient are they? I don't have a car so I'm afraid I'll be hampering someone to tag along with them. Please e-mail me any info you have. Thanks.

 
At 12:55 PM, Anonymous franandzoe said...

I am going to New Orleans on Tuesday to volunteer. I am planning on going to help the Winn Dixie people. Does anyone know how good or efficient they are? I do not have a car, so i'd be afraid I would hamper rescue efforts with Eric. Please e-mail me any info if anyone has time! I want my efforts to be worthwhile! Thanks
franandzoe@bellsouth.net

 
At 3:43 PM, Blogger pam said...

Eric, how do we get things to you? Where to send? Please post an address.

Pam in Wisconsin

 
At 8:01 PM, Anonymous Jessica Higgins said...

Hi Eric,

I've already committed to volunteering with HSUS at Lamar-Dixon starting Tuesday. However, the most recent e-mail I received states that they may be demobilizing LD in the next 1-2 weeks. I can stay for the long-term (several months), so I'm wondering if you plan to be there for that long. I would hate to fly down and only stay a week. I won't have a car but will have tent, etc.

Please e-mail me, jesshiggins AT yahoo.com, and let me know how long you'll be there and how to contact you once I'm there.

Thanks!
Jessica

 
At 12:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

FOXNEWS currently running poll >> Should FEMA and the RED CROSS be obligated to help save animals during a disaster?

This poll is towards the middle right of the page in a reddish outlined box that says Viewer Vote.

http://www.foxnews.com/foxfan/index.html

 
At 7:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric where are you? You have not posted anything for the last several days. Are you okay? People have been trying to call. Lots of people want to help.
Where are you?

 
At 3:58 PM, Anonymous Heidi Faith said...

Anyone interested in going up to help from the South Florida area? I don't have transportation but would be willing to go in on gas or a rental.
Contact tonkastoy@go.com

 
At 9:17 PM, Blogger jfp122 said...

Koodos to you Eric. My daughter and I have been doing the same thing due to all the comments on all the chat boards and the comments from the field. We have been working out of the Winn Dixie and we have been allowed to rescue night and day w/o red tape. We also rescued till nightfall the day before Rita hit. The animals sensing the upcoming weather seemed to be running to us for cover.

 
At 9:25 PM, Blogger jfp122 said...

Eric,
Koodos to you. My daughter & I took the same approach after reading all the commentary on the many chat boards about the big rescue organizations. Then once we arrived in the field, we then witnessed and heard more. I can't tell you how many times we arrived at a home that was marked food & water with a date over a week old AND a dead pet inside. We actually arrived at some where there was a note that there was a pet inside and there was no attempt to get to that pet. This was NOT an isolated case.

We hooked up with the Winn Dixie crew and were able to get right to savings animals, all day everyday. We are home in Dallas for a couple of days, but we are headed right back for the next couple of weeks. We see everyday day away, in numbers......numbers of animals that are loosing their battle.

Where are you located? Maybe we can make a pass by, while we are out saving lives.

It's good to be in your company!!!

 
At 12:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Erik,

Please tell ET alias MOOFY from Alaska to phone home!!!!!!!
She loves your work, and has gotten herself lost within your realm.

The Weege

 
At 3:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We are leaving from the Florida Panhandle with supplies in the morning. Anyone who can tell us where to go to help. We will have an SUV and some cages.
Where is this Winn Dixie? Any other place where we can help rescue without all the red tape. Please help. Email goeurope@flash.net with addresses that we can go to. Thanks.

 
At 5:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Raceland part of this rescue? we are to leave on Sunday from AUstin..I am selling my mom's antique fur, which I inherited..How do I get the money to you?
Amy in Austin
amyswifeworks@aol.com

 
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