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  • 1. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 11 CONDUCTING LIVE FIRECONDUCTING LIVE FIRE TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS & POST-FIRE& POST-FIRE PROCEDURESPROCEDURES
  • 2. TEMINAL PERFORMANCETEMINAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES The student shallThe student shall demonstrate the ability todemonstrate the ability to lead groups of firefighterslead groups of firefighters during live structure fireduring live structure fire control training evolutions.control training evolutions.
  • 3. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 33 ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES Identify and describe instructor traitsIdentify and describe instructor traits and attitudes that may impact his/herand attitudes that may impact his/her ability to communicate with students.ability to communicate with students. Demonstrate the ability to conduct aDemonstrate the ability to conduct a settee.settee. Demonstrate the ability to leadDemonstrate the ability to lead firefighters during a one-room-and-firefighters during a one-room-and- contents fire attack.contents fire attack.
  • 4. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 44 ENABLING OBJECTIVESENABLING OBJECTIVES Demonstrate the ability to lead firefightersDemonstrate the ability to lead firefighters during a two-rooms-and-contents fire attack.during a two-rooms-and-contents fire attack. Demonstrate the ability to lead firefightersDemonstrate the ability to lead firefighters during an above-grade fire attack.during an above-grade fire attack. Demonstrate the ability to lead firefightersDemonstrate the ability to lead firefighters during a below-grade fire attack.during a below-grade fire attack. Describe and demonstrate appropriate post-Describe and demonstrate appropriate post- burn procedures for acquired structures.burn procedures for acquired structures.
  • 5. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 55 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR TRAITS & ATTITUDESTRAITS & ATTITUDES -Must be able to maintain control of-Must be able to maintain control of themselves & their studentsthemselves & their students -Must demonstrate the ability to get-Must demonstrate the ability to get correct information across to eachcorrect information across to each studentstudent -Comfortable talking to people-Comfortable talking to people -Help each student understand the-Help each student understand the informationinformation -Don’t overwhelm your students-Don’t overwhelm your students -Give them the best training you-Give them the best training you would wantwould want
  • 6. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 66 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR TRAITS & ATTITUDESTRAITS & ATTITUDES  The SFCI shall be well versed in fireThe SFCI shall be well versed in fire behavior and techniques for controllingbehavior and techniques for controlling structural firesstructural fires Be preparedBe prepared Instructing is more than just leading a groupInstructing is more than just leading a group into the buildinginto the building Use provided teaching points to aid studentsUse provided teaching points to aid students
  • 7. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 77 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR THINGS TO PREPARE FORTHINGS TO PREPARE FOR  Student DispositionStudent Disposition Are they able to complete the burnAre they able to complete the burn evolution?evolution? Are they showing signs of impendingAre they showing signs of impending medical or emotional problems?medical or emotional problems? Do they have the proper training to completeDo they have the proper training to complete the exercise?the exercise?
  • 8. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 88 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR THINGS TO PREPARE FORTHINGS TO PREPARE FOR  Fire ConditionsFire Conditions  Are the conditions untenable for the students?Are the conditions untenable for the students?  Have building conditions changed since the start ofHave building conditions changed since the start of the evolution?the evolution?  Student AccountabilityStudent Accountability  Where are your students?Where are your students?  Do you have all of your group members?Do you have all of your group members?  Stay with your students in and out of the buildingStay with your students in and out of the building
  • 9. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 99 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR THINGS TO PREPARE FORTHINGS TO PREPARE FOR  Building Layout andBuilding Layout and SetupSetup  Where are the fire setsWhere are the fire sets located?located?  What are theWhat are the emergency escapeemergency escape locations?locations?  What are theWhat are the emergency exitemergency exit warning signals?warning signals?
  • 10. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1010 AVOIDAVOID INSTRUCTORINSTRUCTOR PITFALLSPITFALLS
  • 11. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1111 INSTRUCTOR PITFALLSINSTRUCTOR PITFALLS UNTENABLE BUILDING CONDITIONSUNTENABLE BUILDING CONDITIONS  Fire sets should be no larger than theFire sets should be no larger than the building can withstandbuilding can withstand  Acquired structures can flashoverAcquired structures can flashover  Extreme heat can cause serious injury orExtreme heat can cause serious injury or even deatheven death  Excessive heat can damage equipmentExcessive heat can damage equipment
  • 12. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1212 INSTRUCTOR PITFALLSINSTRUCTOR PITFALLS DEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKESDEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKES  Yelling at a student doesn’t create positiveYelling at a student doesn’t create positive behavior changesbehavior changes  Causes student to have bad experienceCauses student to have bad experience  May encourage them not to attend future trainingMay encourage them not to attend future training activitiesactivities  Take a break if you are upset:Take a break if you are upset:  Go to the command post and discuss error with IC orGo to the command post and discuss error with IC or Ops OfficerOps Officer  Meet with the team or individual later toMeet with the team or individual later to discuss the evolutiondiscuss the evolution
  • 13. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1313 INSTRUCTOR PITFALLSINSTRUCTOR PITFALLS DEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKESDEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKES POST-FIRE CRITIQUEPOST-FIRE CRITIQUE  Ask students to tell you:Ask students to tell you: what went rightwhat went right what went wrongwhat went wrong  Always give students positive feedbackAlways give students positive feedback
  • 14. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1414 INSTRUCTOR PITFALLSINSTRUCTOR PITFALLS DEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKESDEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKES  Don’t demean a student or group ofDon’t demean a student or group of studentsstudents makes you look badmakes you look bad people will lose respect for youpeople will lose respect for you  Most students will look to you as aMost students will look to you as a professional instructorprofessional instructor their actions will hinge on your every wordtheir actions will hinge on your every word
  • 15. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1515 INSTRUCTOR PITFALLSINSTRUCTOR PITFALLS DEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKESDEALING WITH STUDENTS MISTAKES Always present the “model” exampleAlways present the “model” example Your actions will reflect in your studentsYour actions will reflect in your students Avoid excessive taunting of otherAvoid excessive taunting of other instructors if they must exit andinstructors if they must exit and evolution ( may prompt person to workevolution ( may prompt person to work beyond their limits )beyond their limits )
  • 16. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1616 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL EVOLUTIONSEVOLUTIONS
  • 17. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL EVOLUTIONSEVOLUTIONS A structure fire control class isA structure fire control class is usually made up of several evolutionsusually made up of several evolutions that allow students the opportunity tothat allow students the opportunity to operate as members of a team tooperate as members of a team to control one-room-and-contents & two-control one-room-and-contents & two- rooms-and-contents fires.rooms-and-contents fires.
  • 18. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1818 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL EVOLUTIONSEVOLUTIONS Drills allowDrills allow students amplestudents ample opportunities to:opportunities to: – Operate the nozzleOperate the nozzle – Work inWork in supporting rolessupporting roles
  • 19. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 1919 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL EVOLUTIONSEVOLUTIONS SetteeSettee One-room-and-One-room-and- contents firecontents fire Two-rooms-and-Two-rooms-and- contents firecontents fire Above-grade fireAbove-grade fire Below-grade fireBelow-grade fire
  • 20. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2020 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)  All participants wear full PPEAll participants wear full PPE  Students shall hook up air when directed by instructorStudents shall hook up air when directed by instructor  Students shall remain in all PPE through-out theStudents shall remain in all PPE through-out the evolutionevolution  Bring students into large roomBring students into large room  May have to do two settees to accommodate number ofMay have to do two settees to accommodate number of studentsstudents  Ensure students are aware of escape planEnsure students are aware of escape plan
  • 21. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2121 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)  Limit fire load (5-7Limit fire load (5-7 pallets) so:pallets) so:  Injuries are preventedInjuries are prevented  Equipment is notEquipment is not damageddamaged  ISO ensures fire loadISO ensures fire load limitslimits  Instructor reviewsInstructor reviews basic fire behaviorbasic fire behavior  Stages of fireStages of fire  Thermal layeringThermal layering  Heat transmissionHeat transmission  Flashover/backdraftFlashover/backdraft conditionsconditions  States of fuelStates of fuel  Products ofProducts of combustioncombustion
  • 22. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2222 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)  Discuss nozzleDiscuss nozzle control techniquescontrol techniques  Ensure everyone’s airEnsure everyone’s air is connected beforeis connected before lighting firelighting fire  All non-essentialAll non-essential personnel must leavepersonnel must leave
  • 23. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2323 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)  Ignition phaseIgnition phase developmentdevelopment  Growth phaseGrowth phase developmentdevelopment  Conditions that lead toConditions that lead to flashover & fullyflashover & fully developed phasedeveloped phase  Conditions that lead toConditions that lead to decay phasedecay phase Once fire is started, point out:Once fire is started, point out:
  • 24. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2424 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR)SETTEE (LIVE FIRE BEHAVIOR) Have experiencedHave experienced instructor operateinstructor operate nozzlenozzle Students are taught toStudents are taught to use straight streamuse straight stream Check for extension inCheck for extension in acquired structureacquired structure Students exit afterStudents exit after setteesettee
  • 25. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2525 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS ONE-ROOM-AND-CONTENTSONE-ROOM-AND-CONTENTS  Student enters room with instructor & extinguishes smallStudent enters room with instructor & extinguishes small fire setfire set  Discuss fire characteristicsDiscuss fire characteristics  Be aware of group members physical & emotionalBe aware of group members physical & emotional conditioncondition  Ensure each group member completes taskEnsure each group member completes task  Students should attack this fire on your command.Students should attack this fire on your command.  Take time and teach, allow for to rebuild if necessary.Take time and teach, allow for to rebuild if necessary.  While staged for this, discuss initial line placement andWhile staged for this, discuss initial line placement and caution about correctly checking nozzle and not crawlingcaution about correctly checking nozzle and not crawling under fire.under fire.
  • 26. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2626 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS TWO-ROOMS-AND-CONTENTSTWO-ROOMS-AND-CONTENTS  Burn buildings onlyBurn buildings only  Student enters first room with instructor &Student enters first room with instructor & extinguishes fireextinguishes fire  Backs out after knockdownBacks out after knockdown  Each group member must completeEach group member must complete evolutionevolution  Be aware of group members physical &Be aware of group members physical & emotional conditionemotional condition
  • 27. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2727 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS TWO-ROOMS-AND-CONTENTSTWO-ROOMS-AND-CONTENTS  Ensure each group member completesEnsure each group member completes tasktask  Students should now begin to attack fireStudents should now begin to attack fire at their own discretion. Just coach them.at their own discretion. Just coach them.  While staged for this, discuss readingWhile staged for this, discuss reading smokesmoke  Also, discuss the need for a line to beAlso, discuss the need for a line to be placed to protect the stairwell.placed to protect the stairwell.
  • 28. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2828 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS ABOVE-GRADE FIREABOVE-GRADE FIRE  Only in buildings designed to handle these firesOnly in buildings designed to handle these fires  Advance up stairs or ladderAdvance up stairs or ladder  Student enters room with instructor &Student enters room with instructor & extinguishes fireextinguishes fire  Each group member must complete evolutionEach group member must complete evolution  Be aware of group members physical & emotionalBe aware of group members physical & emotional conditioncondition  Ensure each group member completes taskEnsure each group member completes task
  • 29. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 2929 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS BELOW-GRADE FIREBELOW-GRADE FIRE  Only in buildings designed to handle theseOnly in buildings designed to handle these firesfires  Advance down stairsAdvance down stairs  Student enters room with instructor &Student enters room with instructor & extinguishes fireextinguishes fire  Each group member must complete evolutionEach group member must complete evolution  Be aware of group members physical conditionBe aware of group members physical condition  Ensure each group member completes taskEnsure each group member completes task
  • 30. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3030 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS Class-A Burn Building OverhaulClass-A Burn Building Overhaul  Prior to clean-up (overhaul) the I.C. shallPrior to clean-up (overhaul) the I.C. shall ensure the following:ensure the following: All fire are extinguishedAll fire are extinguished Building conditions are tenableBuilding conditions are tenable All instructors and students are in theAll instructors and students are in the appropriate PPEappropriate PPE
  • 31. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3131 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS Class-B Burn Building EvolutionsClass-B Burn Building Evolutions Class B Buildings use the sameClass B Buildings use the same evolutions as other structural burnsevolutions as other structural burns Fire in controlled either by sensors orFire in controlled either by sensors or prop operatorprop operator Instructor must be able to paint a visualInstructor must be able to paint a visual picture to students and relate thepicture to students and relate the difference between evolutions and Classdifference between evolutions and Class A fireA fire Can be a safe and effective teaching toolCan be a safe and effective teaching tool if used properlyif used properly
  • 32. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3232 Prior burning down the structure the IC shall ensurePrior burning down the structure the IC shall ensure the following:the following: Minimum hand lines are in place on the exteriorMinimum hand lines are in place on the exterior of the structure.of the structure. 4- 1.75” Hand lines4- 1.75” Hand lines 2- 2.5” Hand lines2- 2.5” Hand lines Sufficient personnel in place to operate the handSufficient personnel in place to operate the hand lineslines STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS Acquired Structure Burn DownAcquired Structure Burn Down
  • 33. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3333 Instructor shall ensure that each line isInstructor shall ensure that each line is operated only when necessary.operated only when necessary. Ensure that exposures are protectedEnsure that exposures are protected Instructor assigned to each hand lineInstructor assigned to each hand line This includes other structuresThis includes other structures Power linesPower lines Apparatus and equipmentApparatus and equipment STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS Acquired Structure Burn DownAcquired Structure Burn Down
  • 34. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3434 STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS Acquired Structure Burn DownAcquired Structure Burn Down The instructor shall talk to the team aboutThe instructor shall talk to the team about the following conditions:the following conditions: Smoke and Fire ConditionsSmoke and Fire Conditions Flashover RecognitionFlashover Recognition Structural IntegrityStructural Integrity Exposure ProtectionExposure Protection Defensive OperationsDefensive Operations
  • 35. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3535 STRUCTURAL FIRE CONTROLSTRUCTURAL FIRE CONTROL TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS  Each group leader has the responsibility of safetyEach group leader has the responsibility of safety for their teamfor their team  The team leader shall be a qualified instructor inThe team leader shall be a qualified instructor in live fire evolutionslive fire evolutions  Instructor & student free-lancing will not beInstructor & student free-lancing will not be toleratedtolerated  Instructors must keep up with evolution rotationsInstructors must keep up with evolution rotations  Always be prepared for the worse case scenarioAlways be prepared for the worse case scenario and the small stuff will be easily handledand the small stuff will be easily handled  Instructors need to stay with their groups andInstructors need to stay with their groups and discuss teaching points throughout the daydiscuss teaching points throughout the day
  • 36. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3636 POST-BURN PROCEDURESPOST-BURN PROCEDURES Account for all personnelAccount for all personnel Overhaul remaining firesOverhaul remaining fires Inspect building for stability/hazardsInspect building for stability/hazards Prepare records & reportsPrepare records & reports Release property back to ownerRelease property back to owner
  • 37. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3737 REVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVESREVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVES We have identified and describedWe have identified and described instructor traits and attitudes that mayinstructor traits and attitudes that may impact his/her ability to communicateimpact his/her ability to communicate with students.with students. We have demonstrated the ability toWe have demonstrated the ability to conduct a settee.conduct a settee. We have demonstrated the ability to leadWe have demonstrated the ability to lead firefighters during a one-room-and-firefighters during a one-room-and- contents fire attack.contents fire attack.
  • 38. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3838 REVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVESREVIEW ENABLING OBJECTIVES We have demonstrated the ability to leadWe have demonstrated the ability to lead firefighters during a two-rooms-and-contentsfirefighters during a two-rooms-and-contents fire attack.fire attack. We have demonstrated the ability to leadWe have demonstrated the ability to lead firefighters during an above-grade fire attack.firefighters during an above-grade fire attack. We have demonstrated the ability to leadWe have demonstrated the ability to lead firefighters during a below-grade fire attack.firefighters during a below-grade fire attack. We have described & demonstratedWe have described & demonstrated appropriate post-burn procedures for acquiredappropriate post-burn procedures for acquired structures.structures.
  • 39. STRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTORSTRUCTURE FIRE CONTROL INSTRUCTOR 3939 END OF SECTIONEND OF SECTION ONON CONDUCTING LIVE FIRECONDUCTING LIVE FIRE TRAINING EVOLUTIONSTRAINING EVOLUTIONS & POST-FIRE& POST-FIRE PROCEDURESPROCEDURES

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