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Granby, CO 80446
Office: 970.887.2732
Fax: 970.887.1698

Ray Jennings
Director
Grand County OEM
rjennings@co.grand.co.us

Christian Hornbaker
Emergency Manager
Grand County OEM
chornbaker@co.grand.co.us

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Old Park / Gore Lakes Evacuation Lifted

As of 10:00am, Monday, September 17th, the evacuation of the Old Park and Gore Lakes communities has been lifted. The area will remain on PRE-EVACUATION until further notice. You must be ready to leave at a moment’s notice should the Sheriff have to order another evacuation.

Latigo Ranch and Yost Ranch are still under evacuation.

Please note the following information about the re-entry:
-DO NOT call 911 unless you have a medical emergency.
-RV’s, trailers, boats and other large vehicles that have been stored elsewhere are being asked to stay there for the next few days until more details on the fire activity are discussed. If you need to pick them up and they're parked at he fairgrounds, please make sure that you check out at the CSU Extension hall office between 8:30am-5pm.
-Livestock and animals that have been sheltered at the CSU Extension may be picked up beginning at 8:30am-5pm. You must check-in with the staff before removing your animals.
-PLEASE DRIVE SAFE! There will be a lot of vehicles on the road and people will be eager to get back home.
-Between 5:30pm and 7pm there will be a major increase of firefighter traffic on 134. Be aware!

Information on the fire can be found at the following areas:
InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information: 307-840-9810, 8am-9pm

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-25-18

0 Structures Lost
0 Injuries
Fire Size: 18,603 acres
Containment: 50%
Fire personnel: 658 (non local)

The Silver Creek Fire is now 18,603 acres with 50% containment. Containment lines held despite yesterday’s steady 20 mph winds, and sporadic rain showers assisted firefighters mopping up along miles of fire lines. Mopping up means to extinguish or remove burning material near containment lines.

Today’s weather forecast calls for a return to dry warm and breezy weather which should hang around for the rest of the week.

Currently 658 firefighters are now assigned to the fire. They are actively engaging the fire where it is safe to do so and implementing a full suppression strategy. Weakened trees are a concern for firefighters as they watch for deadly snags falling. Fire managers are also beginning to develop a strategy for suppression repair areas of the fire and along containment lines.

Crews worked the southeastern edge of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness in the Silver Creek drainage west of the 100 Road. Helicopter water drops assisted firefighters on the ground to help keep it in check.
Firefighters continue to mop up hot spots from the 100 Road west through the Green Creek Fire scar utilizing a hose lay prepared earlier in the week. It continues to back slowly into the wilderness. Firefighters are also starting to back-haul hose line no longer needed in mop up.

Firefighters continue to monitor, patrol and mop up in the Muddy Creek Drainage and west of the Albert Reservoir. Repair of the roads opened earlier by road graders will begin today. Berms created by the graders will be flattened. The fire continues to burn interior and clean itself up. Expect to see lingering smoke along the Hwy 40 corridor.

Firefighters worked hard to extinguish hot spots and secure fire line north of Latigo Ranch. Patrolling will continue to Latigo Ranch and along the 100 Road.

Pre-evacuation notices remain for Latigo Guest Ranch, Old Park, Gore Lakes, Yost Ranch, Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes area. Residents of Grand County are encouraged to enroll with the county’s alert system, so that if evacuations were to be necessary, emergency managers could quickly distribute that information. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s

InciWeb page.
Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.go Incident Information:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information – Phone: 307-840-9810 Call Center Hours of Operation: 8 am – 9 pm
Email: 2018_wymrf_silvercreekfire@firenet

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-24-18

0 Structures Lost
0 Injuries
Fire Size: 18,603 acres
Containment: 50%
Fire personnel: 658 (non local)

The Silver Creek Fire is now 18,603 acres with 50% containment. The growth in acreage is due to the Saturday’s successful burn out operation.

That success was tested by Sunday’s “Red Flag” warning for high winds, low humidity and high temperatures. It passed the test, but the test continues.

Today’s weather forecast calls for sustained winds of 20-25 mph, the highest on the fire so far and dry warm weather is forecast for the rest of the week.

Currently 658 firefighters are now working the fire. They are actively engaging the fire where it is safe to do so and implementing a full suppression strategy. High winds are a concern for firefighters watching for deadly snags falling from weakened trees.

Crews worked the southeastern edge of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness in the Silver Creek drainage west of the 100 Road. Large helicopters were busy assisting firefighters on the ground with water drops to help keep it in check.

There was some spotting during the burn out operation, some caused by burning and downed aspen leaves, but firefighters successfully chased them down.

Firefighters continue to mop up hot spots from the 100 Road west through the Green Creek Fire scar utilizing a hose lay prepared earlier in the week. It continues to back slowly into the wilderness.

Firefighters also mopped up in the Muddy Creek Drainage and west of the Albert Reservoir. The fire continues to burn interior and clean itself up. Expect to see lingering smoke along the Hwy 40 corridor.

Firefighters worked hard to extinguish hot spots and secure fire line north of Latigo Ranch. Patrolling will continue to Latigo Ranch and along the 100 Road.

Pre-evacuation notices have been issued for Latigo Guest Ranch, Yost Ranch, Old Park / Gore Lakes, Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes areas. Residents of Grand County are encouraged to enroll with the county’s alert system, so that if evacuations were to be necessary, emergency managers could quickly distribute that information. An area closure has been implemented for the immediate fire area. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page.

Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.go Incident Information:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information – Phone: 307-840-9810 Call Center Hours of Operation: 8 am – 9 pm
Email: 2018_wymrf_silvercreekfire@firenet.

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-21-18

0 Structures Lost
0 Injuries
Fire Size: 13,360 acres
Containment: 35%
Fire personnel: 639 (non local)

If weather and fuel conditions align, firefighters may conduct burnout operations today along the north and eastern sides of the fire. Firefighters will ignite on the ground using drip torches and also by helicopter.

Burning out eliminates fuels including unburned trees, brush and grass. Using this strategy creates a barrier between an advancing fire and is used to secure firelines and increase perimeter containment.

Crews have completed installation of hose lays and equipment on the northern flank of the fire. Engines crews are spread out to hold the firelines as firefighters conduct the burnout.
The structure defense group has completed property assessments for the communities and structures near Old Park, Gore Lakes, Lake Agnes, Rabbit Ears Village, Latigo Ranch, and Yost Ranch. Today they will continue to patrol and monitor and support burnout operations.

Six helicopters remain assigned to the fire and continue to work hot spots with bucket drops.

For weather conditions today, temperatures will be in the upper 60’s. Humidity forecast is 14 percent. Expect high pressure to bring another round of cool conditions with light upslope westerly winds which may cause fire whirls and dust devils to be seen.

Closures issued by USFS, BLM and Grand County remain in effect for the immediate fire area. The public is encouraged to visit the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Evacuation notices are still in effect for the Latigo Ranch and Yost Ranch communities while Old Park, Lake Agnes and Rabbit Ears Village remain under pre-evacuation notice. NSFR 100 (Buffalo Park Road) and NSFR 101 continue to be closed to public traffic along with the section of NSFR 250 from NFSR 100 to the intersection of NSFR 102. Highway 40 and Highway 134 remain open. Travelers are advised to visit cotrip.org.

Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.go Incident Information:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information – Phone: 307-840-9810 Call Center Hours of Operation: 8 am – 9 pm
Email: 2018_wymrf_silvercreekfire@firenet.

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-20-18

0 Structures Lost
0 Injuries
Fire Size: 13,238 acres
Containment: 35%
Fire personnel: 620 (non local)

The Silver Creek Fire is at 13,238 acres burned and 35% containment as of today. Crews took advantage of yesterday’s cloudy conditions to improve dozer and grader firelines and hose lays in preparation for burnouts that could occur later this week when weather and fuels conditions align.

Yesterday, cooler temperatures and mostly cloudy conditions prevailed. Although light rain fell in some of the surrounding areas, no measureable precipitation was recorded over the fire. Today’s weather is expected to be cool and windy with high temperatures in the low- to mid-60’s and humidity dropping into the teens. The gusty winds may become a safety issue and impede crews working in and around areas of timer with a heavy snag component.

Crews continued to strengthen the fire line and mop up along the eastern flank in preparation for today’s unfavorable winds. Structure protection crews have sprinklers in place and will continue to improve these systems and monitor fire activity. Six helicopters remain assigned to the fire and bucket drops may be utilized today to work hot spots that emerge.

If favorable conditions are present during the day today, hand-firing operations may occur west of NSFR 100 and along the eastern side of the fire to reduce pockets of unburned fuels.

Evacuation notices are still in effect for the Latigo Ranch and Yost Ranch communities while Old Park, Lake Agnes and Rabbit Ears Village remain under pre-evacuation notice. NSFR 100 (Buffalo Park Road) and NSFR 101 continue to be closed to public traffic along with the section of NSFR 250 from NFSR 100 to the intersection of NSFR 102. Highway 40 and Highway 134 remain open. Travelers are advised to visit cotrip.org.

USFS, BLM and Grand County Sheriff have issued area closures that continue to be in effect for the immediate fire area. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page.

Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.go Incident Information:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information – Phone: 307-840-9810 Call Center Hours of Operation: 8 am – 9 pm
Email: 2018_wymrf_silvercreekfire@firenet.

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-19-18

Structures Lost: 0
Injuries: 0
Fire Size: 12,610
Containment: 35%
Firefighters: 501

The Silver Creek Fire is now 12,610 acres with 35% containment. A chance of showers causing erratic winds will influence fire activity with another round of breezy southwest winds. Expect to see more smoke late in the afternoon along the Hwy 40 corridor.

Aircraft have been busy assisting firefighters on the ground. The fire was active in timber pockets with moderate to longer range spotting downwind on Tuesday. The wind pushed fire in the sagebrush/grass to the east and the timber to the north. Larger helicopters made water drops to keep it in check, while small helicopters were used for recon and eventually assisting with aerial ignition for burn out operations planned for later in the week. Air tankers also are available. Currently, in the region, the Silver Creek Fire takes
priority for air support.

Firefighters continue to improve a dozer line and lay hose from the 100 Road west through the Green Creek Fire scar searching for opportunities to burn out when conditions are right. Dozers, skidders and feller/bunchers were also used in the Muddy Creek Drainage, assisted by four crews to improve fire lines and open up old roads west of the Albert Reservoir. The will also scout for opportunities to burn out fuels to tie into the previous fire area and open meadows near the Red Dirt Reservoir to protect private property.

Personnel are actively engaging the fire where it is safe to do so and implementing a full suppression strategy. Crews worked the southeastern edge of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness in the Silver Creek drainage west of the 100 Road. More than 501 firefighters are now working the fire. Patrolling will continue to Latigo Ranch and along the 100 Road. The structural protection group will be working in the Lake Agnes area and Latigo Ranch. Firefighters will also have a presence patrolling the Hwy. 40 corridor from Tyler Mountain to Rabbit Ears Village.

Latigo Guest Ranch and the Yost Ranch have been evacuated. Pre-evacuation notices have been issued for Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes area. The Milk Creek State Wildlife Area also has been evacuated in an effort to clear hunters from the fire’s projected path. At this time, protecting structures throughout evacuated areas is a priority.

Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.go Incident Information:
http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information – Phone: 307-840-9810 Call Center Hours of Operation: 8 am – 9 pm
Email: 2018_wymrf_silvercreekfire@firenet.

Silver Creek Fire update 9-18-18

0 structures lost
0 injuries
Fire size: 12,214 acres
Containment: 35%
Firefighters: 420

The Silver Creek Fire is now 12,214 acres with 35% containment. Monday morning evacuated residents of Gore Lakes and Old Park were allowed by the Grand County Sheriff’s Dept. to return to their homes. Firefighters are working hard to limit the fire’s impact to the local communities.

Once again dry warm weather will influence fire activity with another round of breezy southwest winds and a chance of isolated showers causing erratic winds. Expect to see more smoke late in the afternoon due to fire activity in the Sarvis Creek Wilderness.

Yesterday firefighters placed a dozer line from the 100 Road west through the Green Creek Fire scar searching for opportunities to burn out as conditions allow.

Dozer line construction began in the Muddy Creek Drainage, assisted by two hotshot crews improving fire lines. County graders continued to open up old roads west of the Albert Reservoir. Firefighters are seeking opportunities to burn out fuels to tie into the previous burned area, and open meadows near the Red Dirt Reservoir to protect private property.

Personnel are actively engaging the fire where it is safe to do so and implementing a full suppression strategy. Crews are working the southeastern edge of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness in the Silver Creek drainage west of Hwy. 100. More than 420 firefighters are now working the fire. Resources are limited in the area with the new Ryan Fire near Walden. Currently, in the region, the Silver Creek Fire takes priority for air support.

Patrolling will continue to Latigo Ranch and along the 100 Road. The structural protection group will be working in the Lake Agnes area and Latigo Ranch. Firefighters will also have a presence patrolling the Hwy. 40 corridor from Tyler Mountain to Rabbit Ear Village.

Latigo Guest Ranch and the Yost Ranch have been evacuated. Pre-evacuation notices have been issued for Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes area. The Milk Creek State Wildlife Area also has been evacuated in an effort to clear hunters from the fire’s projected path. At this time, protecting structures throughout evacuated areas is a priority.

An area closure has been implemented for the immediate fire area. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page.

Rocky Mountain Blue Team
Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.go Incident Information: http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information – Phone: 307-840-9810 Call Center Hours of Operation: 8 am – 9 pm
Email: 2018_wymrf_silvercreekfire@firenet.gov

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-16-18

0 Structures lost
0 Injuries
Fire size: 11,405 acres
Containment: 35%

The Silver Creek Fire is now 11,405 acres with 35% containment. Weather today will remain clear with westerly winds at 7-13 mph gusting up to 25mph. Most of yesterday’s fire activity was in the interior and slowly backing to the northwest into the Sarvis Wilderness.

Firefighters did clean up and prep work along the100 Road along the north end of the fire. Prep work entails safely clearing fuels that already exist within the area, creating a clean perimeter and helping to minimize further spread. These fuels consist largely of grasses, brush and timber. Firefighters are working hard to limit the fire’s impact to the local communities.

Dozers were used in the Muddy Creek Drainage, assisted by two hotoshot crews and county graders working to open up old roads west of the Albert Reservoir. Firefighters are also working to tie into the cold black and open meadows near the Red Dirt Reservoir to protect private property.

Patrolling will continue to Latigo Ranch and along the 100 Road. The structural protection group will be working in the Lake Agnes area and Latigo Ranch accessing areas to locate sprinkler systems. Firefighters will also have a presence patrolling the Hwy. 40 corridor from Tyler Mountain to Rabbit Ear Village.

Personnel are actively engaging the fire where it is safe to do so and implementing a full suppression strategy. Over 275 firefighters are now working the fire, with more on the way. Currently, in the region, the fire takes priority for air support. Two Type 1 and two Type 3 helicopters are supporting ground crews. Three air tankers also are available for use as appropriate.

Latigo Guest Ranch, the Yost Ranch, Gore Lakes and Old Park have been evacuated. Pre-evacuation notices have been issued for Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes area. The Milk Creek State Wildlife Area also has been evacuated in an effort to clear hunters from the fire’s projected path. At this time, protecting structures throughout evacuated areas is a priority.

Residents of Grand County are encouraged to enroll with the county’s alert system, so that if evacuations were to be necessary, emergency managers could quickly distribute that information.

Fire Statistics:
Cause: Natural/Lightning
Start Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Strategy: Full suppression
Location: 16 miles northwest of Kremmling, CO
Management: Type 2 Incident Management Team, Incident Commander Michael Haydon

Assigned Personnel: 275

Closures and Public Safety: Area closures exist on National Forest, BLM and State Trust Lands in the vicinity of the fire. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page whose link can be found below.

Latigo Guest Ranch, the Yost Ranch, Gore Lakes and Old Park were evacuated. Pre-evacuation notice was issued for Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain Ranch and the Lake Agnes area. Grand County issued an evacuation order for the Milk Creek State Wildlife Area, in an effort to clear hunters from the fire’s projected path.

Fire Restrictions: Stage 1 fire restrictions are in effect for Routt National Forest System lands. Detailed information is available at https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd585138.pdf.

For More Information:

InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information: 307-840-9810, 8am-9pm

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-15-18

0 Structures lost
0 Civilian injuries
Fire Size: 10,559 acres
Containment: 35%
Assigned Personnel: 275

The Silver Creek Fire made a push to the northeast on Thursday, September 13 and is now 10,559 acres in size, with a 35% containment. Prior to the push, the containment had been estimated at 76%.

The Rocky Mountain (Type II) Incident Management Blue Team has assumed command of the fire, with Michael Haydon as the Incident Commander. “Our team plans on building largely on the previous successes of the local Type III organization,” says Haydon.

As an incident increases or wanes in complexity, different typed organizations may be needed to manage an incident safely. The complexity of the Silver Creek fire has changed due to weather patterns and topography.

With the recent push, fire operations personnel have decided to do fireline prep work to the northeast of the current fire activity. This is the safest option with the highest probability of success.

Prep work will entail safely clearing fuels that already exist within the area, creating a clean perimeter and likely eliminating further spread. These fuels consist largely of grasses, brush and timber. This prep work will happen in an area north/northeast of the current fire activity.

Personnel are actively engaging the fire where it is safe to do so and implementing a full suppression strategy. Over 275 firefighters are now working the fire, with more on the way. Currently, in the region, the fire takes priority for air support. Two Type 1 and two Type 3 helicopters are supporting ground crews. Three air tankers also are available for use as appropriate.

Latigo Guest Ranch, the Yost Ranch, Gore Lakes and Old Park have been evacuated. Pre-evacuation notices have been issued for Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain and the Lake Agnes area. The Milk Creek State Wildlife Area also has been evacuated in an effort to clear hunters from the fire’s projected path. At this time, protecting structures throughout evacuated areas is a priority.

Residents of Grand County are encouraged to enroll with the county’s alert system, so that if evacuations were to be necessary, emergency managers could quickly distribute that information.

Due to current fire conditions, an area closure has been implemented by the U.S. Forest Service for the immediate fire area, to include BLM and State Trust Lands.

Cause: Natural/Lightning
Start Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Strategy: Full suppression
Location: 16 miles northwest of Kremmling, CO
Management: Type 2 Incident Management Team, Incident Commander Michael Haydon

Closures and Public Safety: Area closures exist on National Forest, BLM and State Trust Lands in the vicinity of the fire. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page whose link can be found below.

Latigo Guest Ranch, the Yost Ranch, Gore Lakes and Old Park were evacuated. Pre-evacuation notice was issued for Rabbit Ears Village, Bear Mountain Ranch and the Lake Agnes area. Grand County issued an evacuation order for the Milk Creek State Wildlife Area, in an effort to clear hunters from the fire’s projected path.

Fire Restrictions: Stage 1 fire restrictions are in effect for Routt National Forest System lands. Detailed information is available at https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd585138.pdf.

For More Information:

InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Fire Information: 307-840-9810, 8am-9pm

Silver Creek Fire Update 9-14-18

Fire Statistics:
Fire Size Today: 9,472 acres
Containment: 53%
Cause: Natural/Lightning
Start Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Strategy: Full suppression
Location: 16 miles northwest of Kremmling, CO
Management: Type 3 Incident Management Team, Incident Commander Erick Stahlin
Assigned Personnel: 175

Old Park and the Gore Lakes were evacuated today at 4:40 as fire activity and changing winds caused the fire to move past a Management Action Point (MAP). The incident commander and Grand County Sheriff ordered the evacuation due to concerns of safety.

Fire behavior was extreme yesterday, with group torching and crown runs, producing fire growth to 9,472 acres. Weather was hot and windy, with extremely low relative humidity that bottomed out at 7%. Continued hot, dry weather is forecast at least through the weekend.

The fire now has two active fronts. The more northerly began its northeastward spread through Buffalo Park on Wednesday, and continued its march to the northeast on Thursday, now within approximately 2 ½ miles of US Highway 40. The fire also sparked across Red Dirt Reservoir Thursday, spreading to the northeast in new terrain north of Latigo Guest Ranch. Fire crews are focused on structure protection in communities potentially affected by the fire. Air tankers and Type 1 and 3 helicopters will continue to provide air support today.

A large number of hunter camps had to be evacuated from north of the fire closure area as the fire gained momentum Wednesday. The Routt National Forest modified the Forest Closure Order Friday morning, expanding the closure area to provide for firefighter and public safety. The BLM Kremmling Field Office also implemented an area closure on BLM-administered lands west of US 40 and north of Colorado Highway 134. An evacuation order was issued Thursday by Grand County for the area including Milk Creek State Trust Lands in order to clear that area in the fire’s path of hunters.

The Rocky Mountain Type 2 Incident Management Blue Team will assume command of the fire this evening.
Closures and Public Safety: Area closures exist on National Forest, BLM and State Trust Lands in the vicinity of the fire. All closure areas and maps can be found on the Silver Creek Fire’s InciWeb page whose link can be found below.

Latigo Guest Ranch and the Yost Ranch were evacuated Thursday.

Fire Restrictions: Stage 1 fire restrictions are in effect for Routt National Forest System lands. Detailed information is available at https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd585138.pdf.

For More Information:

InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5985/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilverCreekFire2018/
Twitter: @FS_MBRTB
Yampa Ranger District: (970) 638-4516; Monday – Friday; 8:00 – 5:00

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