May 5, 2020

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

A Bombardier CL-600-2D24 registered in the United Kingdom (GCLJG) from St. Johns, NL (CYYT) to Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ) was issued a hold short restriction of Runway 11 and read it back. Aircraft was then observed 100 feet across the hold short line of the runway. A Sikorsky S-92 was delayed by 1 minute for departure. No landing or takeoff clearances issued when GCLJG was breaching the runway protected area (RPA).

November 15, 2018

Incident at 4453N / 03720W

At 0740Z, a Turkish Airlines Boeing 777-300 (TCLJH/THY78C) from Miami International, FL (KMIA) to Istanbul Atatürk, Turkey (LTBA) requested direct 47/20 due to weather. THY78C was cleared via LPAZ direct 47/20 but was observed via the automatic dependent surveillance – contract (ADSC) to be off course shortly thereafter. THY78C advised that they could not comply with the clearance and were proceeding to 47/34.

June 22, 2018

Incident at 225NM ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

At 2310Z, a TAAG Angola Airlines Boeing 737-200 (D2TBO) from Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ) to St. John's International, NL (CYYT) declared an emergency and shut down its number 2 engine. The flight was cleared direct CYYT and landed without incident at 2355Z. No impact to operations.
UPDATE TSB #A18A0046: D2-TBO, a Boeing 737-200 aircraft owned by Angola Airlines, was operated by a ferry pilot, first officer and technician and was conducting a ferry flight from Luanda, Angola via Santa Maria, Azores (LPAZ) to St John's, NL, (CYYT) with final destination Mirabel, QC (CYMX). While approximately 200 nm east of CYYT the crew noted a loss of oil quantity in the #2 engine and shut the engine down. An emergency was declared and the aircraft continued to CYYT where a safe landing was conducted. The technician determined that the gear box oil pressure line had loosened and oil was escaping. The fitting was secured, the oil was replenished and after an engine test run the final leg to CYMX was conducted without incident.

June 27, 2018

Incident at 4700N / 05000W

At 1650Z, 30NM East of 47N50W, a Piper M600 (OKCHD) from St. John's Int'l, NL (CYYT) to Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ) requested to turn back to CYYT due to Engine indication issues. No other aircraft involved. No loss of separation. Aircraft landed without further incident at 1732Z. No emergency declared.

March 1, 2018

Incident at LOMPI intersection

An I.M.P. Group Limited Bombardier CL-600-2B16 (C-GTKO) on a flight from Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ) to Toronto/Lester B. Pearson Int'l, ON (CYYZ) was flying a different route than the flight plan in the Canadian Automated Air Traffic System (CAATS). No impact to operations.

January 5, 2018

Incident at 4430N / 04700W

At 2314Z, a Sata Internacional Azores Airlines Airbus A310 (CSTGU/ RZO281) on a flight from Vila do Porto, Portugal (LPAZ) to Boston, MA (KBOS) was observed 42NM north of cleared track. When queried, the aircraft confirmed that they were deviating around weather at 4430N.

November 26, 2017

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

A Fox Flight Learjet 36A (C-FEMT) on a flight from Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ) to St. John's, NL (CYYT) conducted a missed approach due to the approach being too bumpy. The aircraft diverted to Gander, NL (CYQX) after the missed approach.

August 28, 2017

Incident at 4500N / 04500W (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

At 0411Z, a 45N040W position report was received for an American Airlines Boeing 777 200 (N776AN/AAL68) from Miami, FL (KMIA) to Madrid, Spain (LEMD). The flight had progressed 45N040W at 0352 proceeding to 45N030W. The flight`s previous position was 42N050W. Gander did not receive an estimate from New York for this flight. There was no conflicting traffic for this flight so a clearance was issued based on flight plan route and a verbal estimate was passed to LPAZ when ICAO controller had all the necessary details.

May 30, 2017

Incident at HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ)

An American registered Air Tractor AT-802, on an IFR flight plan from Halifax/Stanfield, NS (CYHZ) to Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ), in a group of 2 AT8Ts, departed Runway 05 after being issued the Halifax 4 standard instrument departure (SID) (climb runway heading, maintain 5000') and at 1033Z, turned to a heading of approximately 110 without authorization. No traffic impacted.

April 13, 2017

Incident at 500NM S ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

At 1516Z, New York, NY air traffic control (ATC) advised that a cell of four aircraft was diverting to St. John's, NL (CYYT) as one of the aircraft, a British Royal Air Force British Aerospace Tornado (RRR8903) on a flight from Hamilton, Bermuda (TXKF) to Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ), had declared an emergency due to a loss of hydraulics. The entire cell was provided clearance direct to CYYT from approximately 3900N 05000W. The RRR8903 landed without incident at 1612Z.

November 30, 2016

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An eastbound American corporately registered Embraer EMB-120 ER (N217SW) from St John's, NL (CYYT) to Santa Maria, Portugal (LPAZ) departed CYYT direct 47N050W. 90NM east of CYYT, at 1120Z, the aircraft reported hydraulic issue and returned to CYYT. Aircraft landed safely at 1144Z. No emergency declared.

April 21, 2016

Incident at 4720N 4745W

At 1235Z, a Democratic Republic of the Congo Boeing 727 100 (9QCDC/DRC001) from Santa Maria Island, Azores (LPAZ) to St. John's NL (CYYT) was observed on radar to be over position 4720N 4745W, which was approximately 60 miles north of the cleared route 45N 45W - 47N 50W. The crew reported correctly while in oceanic airspace. The flight was cleared direct to YYT and landed without incident at CYYT. There was no traffic, and no other impact to operations.

November 22, 2014

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

A South Africa registered Beech 1900D from Santa Maria (LPAZ) to St John's, NL (CYYT) reported a flat nose tire following landing on Runway 29. Aircraft was unable to exit and Runway 11/29 closed by voice advisory. Porter Airlines (POE245) and PAL Aerospace (SPR06), both on arrival to Runway 29 behind the aircraft, decided to land Runway 02 as Runway 16/34 was closed due to construction. At 1847Z, the Beech 1900D was removed and the runway opened by 1847Z.

March 6, 2013

Incident at vicinity of 45N 40W

UPDATE TSB: A13A0023: The AirMed International British Aerospace 125-800 aircraft (N812AM) was enroute from Santa Maria, Azores to St. John's. While in cruise flight at FL400 over the North Atlantic the crew advised Santa Maria that they could not maintain the assigned altitude and requested a lower flight level. Due to conflicting traffic the requested flight level was not available. While still in Azores' airspace, the crew declared an emergency and descended to FL365. A loss of separation occurred while still in Azores' airspace.
N812AM, BAe 125-800, enroute from Santa Maria (LPAZ) to St. John?s (CYYT), was coordinated at 40,000 feet by Santa Maria Oceanic on routing 40N 030W 45N 040W 48N 050W. At 13:47Z N812AM advised Santa Maria that they could not maintain 40,000 feet; however there was traffic so a lower flight level was not available. At 14:11Z, while still in Santa Maria airspace, the pilot declared an emergency and descended to 36,500 feet. Separation losses occurred with Santa Maria airspace. Traffic information was passed with two aircraft and Santa Maria subsequently coordinated 39,000 feet with Gander Oceanic. N812AM climbed to 39,000 feet and reported at the Gander/Santa Maria boundary at 39,000 feet at 14:21Z. Santa Maria is processing the balance of the documentation. TSB Case Closed.

January 12, 2012

Incident at 45N03420W (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system, ATS operating irregularity)

CFG197, Boeing 767-300, enroute from Holguin (MUHG) to Frankfurt (EDDF), was cleared via Santa Maria (LPAZ) to cross 45N at 35,000 ft. from 34,000 ft. The flight entered Gander airspace at 36,000 ft. CFG197 was re-cleared at 35,000 ft. There was no traffic.

October 23, 2011

Incident at Vicinity of Hibernia Oil Field N4645 W4846

N3UN, Piper PA24 260, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed VFR. In the vicinity of Hibernia, the flight requested an IFR clearance. The aircraft had no HF radio equipment.

May 20, 2011

Incident at 44N 40W (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

N430QS, Gulfstream G IV XG450, routing 44N 30W, 44N 40W at 17:32Z, at 43,000 ft. 44N 50W at 18:35Z BOBTU. The control estimate data was not coordinated with Gander Oceanic from Santa Maria (LPAZ). There was no traffic.

Incident at 44N40W (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

N729TY, Gulfstream G4, routing 43N 30W, 44N 40W at 15:51Z, 44N 50W at 16:55Z BOBTU at 43,000 ft. The control estimate data was not coordinated with Gander Oceanic from Santa Maria (LPAZ). There was no traffic.

May 17, 2011

Incident at Vicinity 45N035W (ATS operating irregularity)

RCH185, C17, enroute from Ramstein Air Force Base (ETAR) to McGuire Air Force Base (KWRI), was on a routing 46N030W/1004 UTC F300 44N040W/1105 next 43N050W. At 10:16Z, RCH185 was cleared to climb via Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) from 30,000 ft. to 32,000 ft. The climb clearance was coordinated with Santa Maria (LPAZ) and approved. At 10:18Z the message was received that the uplink clearance via CPDLC had not been delivered. The controller mistakenly accepted the message as the clearance had been accepted by the flight. The flight reported 44N040W at 30,000 ft. There was no traffic.

March 16, 2011

Incident at Gander ACC (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

At 23:40Z, the Gander Automated Air Traffic System (GAATS) and Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network (AFTN) circuit at Gander (ZQX_23) failed. This resulted in the loss of automatic data transfer to Reykjavík (BIRK) Area Control Centre (ACC) and Santa Maria (LPAZ) ACC. Information was transferred via voice. Also all automatic data exchange from Air to Ground was disrupted. Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) and all Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) reports were unserviceable. This resulted in increased workload for VHF and HF communications. There was no impact on traffic except the increase workload of reverting to voice reports. The equipment was serviceable at 02:20Z.

November 23, 2010

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

CMT3021 (Casement Aviation), C-160, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), aborted the take off roll on Runway 34 due to the IFR clearance cancellation. The clearance was cancelled if not airborne by the time the IFR flight landing on crossing Runway 29 was four miles final. CMT3021 taxied back to the threshold and departed with out further incident.

Incident at Gander Oceanic (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system, ATS operating irregularity)

TOM41, Boeing 767-300, was enroute from Orlando (KSFB) to London (EGKK), routing 44N040W 47N030W 50N020W RODEL EPUNA. The electronic estimate received from Santa Maria (LPAZ) had an incorrect MACH speed. The speed data was then forwarded to Shanwick via the data link incorrectly. The aircraft was at M079 but all estimates were passed at M084.

June 24, 2010

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

C-GTDE, Learjet 35, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), requested clearance to return to St. John?s due to a HF communications failure. The flight was cleared as requested. Nil TSB.

June 19, 2010

Incident at FOX HARBOUR NS (CFH4)

At LOMPI intersection, C-FRJZ, Gulfstream Astra SPX, enroute from Fox Harbour (CFH4) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), requested clearance to Halifax (CYHZ) due to an indication that would not allow the flight to continue to Santa Maria. No emergency was declared. The aircraft landed in Halifax at 11:50Z.

April 26, 2010

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT) (Fuel - spill, Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown, Aerodrome - runway or taxiway surface condition)

Two Air Tractor AT 802 aircraft enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to the Azores (LPAZ) departed from Runway 29 and prior to departure spilled fuel. Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) advised that there was an 800 ft. by 20 ft. fuel spill. Runway 29 was closed via a voice advisory from 12:35Z to 13:49Z. One aircraft was re-vectored to Runway 34 as a result of the closure. Nil TSB.

April 2, 2010

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

N6411S, Beech 300, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed from Runway 16 at 03:07Z (RVR1400 ft.) with visibility of 1/8 mile.

March 16, 2009

Incident at Santa Maria, Azores (LPAZ)

UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the engineer with the aircraft determined the propeller governor was at fault and replaced it with one from the spares kit carried with the aircraft. Unfortunately the replacement part was found to be defective. The AME exchanged the propeller governor with the # 2 engine; #1 engine was ground test and governed normal. At the time of this submission, the aircraft remains unserviceable, waiting for a replacement propeller governor for installation. The incident remains open and will be followed up after installation of replacement propeller governor. An SMS file has also been opened for this incident and will be completed.
A Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 (C-FTXB) declared an emergency forty minutes after departure from Santa Maria, Azores, Portugal (LPAZ). The PIC requested return to LPAZ due to #1 engine (Pratt & Whitney-USA R-2800) overspeed. An uneventful landing was carried out.

August 15, 2009

Incident at Vicinity of 47N 050W

N720JK, Mitsubishi MU-2B-20, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), was given an Oceanic clearance to maintain 37,000 ft. and was restricted to cross 47N 050W at 26,000 ft. or above due to same direction traffic ahead at 35,000 ft. The pilot advised he was able to comply with the restriction however the aircraft was radar observed crossing 50W at 24,700 ft. After confirming via voice that 24,700 ft. was the correct altitude, the aircraft was re-cleared to 23,000 ft. Nil TSB.

June 11, 2009

Incident at Gander Oceanic

N52347, Cessna 182T, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), transited oceanic airspace with no High Frequency (HF) communications equipment.

April 4, 2009

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

N710CC, Piper PA32R 301T, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed without the required High Frequency (HF) equipment. Nil TSB.

February 16, 2009

Incident at 47N 50W

DAL86, Boeing 767-300, enroute from New York (KJFK) to Tel Aviv (LLBG), declared a medical emergency (passenger), requested and was cleared direct to Santa Maria (LPAZ). The aircraft landed without incident at 09:40Z.

November 28, 2008

Incident at RONPO 4650N050W 45N045W 4340N040W 4120N035W KOLIT FRS VFL VS

An American registered Cessna 208B, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed St. John?s for a transoceanic flight with no High Frequency (HF) communications equipment. Nil TSB.

November 6, 2008

Incident at 45N 050W

An American registered Cessna 172S, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to the Azores (LPAZ), advised Gander Low Level that he had High Frequency (HF) communications equipment. Upon contact with the Gander International Flight Service Station (IFSS), the pilot indicated that the aircraft did not have HF equipment, only a sat. phone. When checked, the flight plan indicated no HF. Nil TSB.

Incident at 45N 050W

An American registered Cessna 172S, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to the Azores (LPAZ), advised Gander Low Level that he had High Frequency (HF) communications equipment. Upon contact with the Gander International Flight Service Station (IFSS), the pilot indicated that the aircraft did not have HF equipment, only a sat. phone. When checked, the flight plan indicated no HF. Nil TSB.

September 18, 2008

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

N22465, Cessna 172S, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), aborted take-off due to a weight/balance issue. While taxing to the ramp, the aircraft experienced a flat tire and had to be towed.

June 25, 2008

Incident at Gander Oceanic

An American registered Beech 300, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to (LPAZ), transited the Gander Oceanic Flight Information Region (FIR) without HF communication equipment as is required. Nil TSB.

May 27, 2008

Incident at GANDER INTL NL (CYQX)

A Mexican registered Rockwell Sabreliner 60, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), shortly after departure, was observed to be not proceeding on course direct 47N 050W as cleared. When queried, the crew advised they were having GPS and Mode C problems and asked to divert to Gander (CYQX). No emergency was declared and the aircraft landed in Gander at 19:44Z. Nil TSB.

May 7, 2008

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An American registered PA28 140, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), requested to return to St. John's due to a small oil leak. No emergency was declared and the aircraft landed at 15:36Z without further incident. Nil TSB.

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An American registered Piper PA28 140, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), was instructed to hold short of Runway 11/29 but was observed crossing the hold short line. The aircraft was alerted by the tower and turned around prior to entering the runway and there was no impact to arriving traffic.

February 16, 2008

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

N21922, Piper PA23, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed St. John?s at 05:32Z. At 05:50Z, 4721N05153W, the flight requested to return to St. John?s due to performance problems. No assistance was required. The ATC cleared the flight as requested. The aircraft landed in St. John?s at 06:12Z. Nil TSB.

February 3, 2008

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An American registered EMB 120ER, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), taxiing for departure, was issued and read back "Hold Short Runway 29". At approximately 03:56Z, the aircraft was observed crossing the hold line and still moving. The aircraft was instructed to stop and complied. The aircraft stopped south of B/02 intersection. Traffic was ACA692, five nautical miles final for Runway 29. No action was necessary. Nil TSB.

December 19, 2007

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An American registered Piper PA28 181, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), was issued taxi instructions via Taxiway CHARLIE to hold short Runway 34. The aircraft read back the restriction correctly. At approximately 10:39Z, the tower controller scanned Runway 34 prior to issuing a departure clearance for SPR901. At that time, N60851 was observed infringing on the intersection of CHARLIE/34. SPR901 was delayed approximately two minutes. N60851 was given further taxi instructions to cross Runway 34 and onward. SPR901departed from Runway 34 at 10:41Z. TSB Case Closed.
UPDATE TSB: A07A0157: The Piper Archer II, was issued taxi instructions via taxiway Charlie to hold short of Rwy 34. Aircraft read back hold short instruction correctly. At approximately 0810 NST, the St. John's Tower controller scanned Rwy 34 prior to issuing departure clearance for a Provincial Airlines DeHavilland Dash 8, operating as SPR901. The controller then noticed that the Piper was infringing on intersection of taxiway Charlie and Rwy 34 as SPR901 was taxing to position. The controller instructed N60851 to taxi across runway 34 and onward. SPR901 was delayed approximately two minutes then departed Rwy 34 at uneventfully at 0813AST.

November 18, 2007

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT) (Conflict - potential, Alleged Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) infraction)

Three American Registered Cessna 208B?s were taxing as a group for Runway 29, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ). The first aircraft crossed the hold short line and stopped approximately 200 ft. from the runway. The second and third aircraft were following and crossed the hold short line as well. No aircraft were on approach at the time. Nil TSB.

October 12, 2007

Incident at CHARLOTTETOWN AIRPORT

NRL007, Boeing 737 2B6C, enroute from Santa Maria (LPAZ) to Montreal (CYMX), declared minimum fuel with New York. The flight diverted to Halifax (CYHZ) but then, due to weather, diverted again to Charlottetown (CYYG). The aircraft landed safely at 21:07Z. There was no impact on Air Traffic Services (ATS) operations. Nil TSB.

September 30, 2007

Incident at HALIFAX / STANFIELD INTL NS (CYHZ)

An American registered Cessna 206H, enroute from Bangor (KBGR) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), reported fumes in the cockpit and diverted to Halifax. No emergency was declared and no assistance was required. The aircraft landed safely at 01:09Z. Nil TSB.
UPDATE Maintenance & Manufacturing: The American registered Cessna 206H, was serviced after the aircraft diverted to Halifax. The maintenance facility advises that the cowlings were removed and the exhaust inspected for possible problem areas. Nothing was found. The pilot had said that only at night with cabin lighting did he notice what appeared to be smoke. The aircraft has a total time of 30 hours and the problem may be dust from the assembling of a new aircraft. As a precaution, the pilot purchased a carbon monoxide detector before resuming his flight.

September 22, 2007

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An American registered Cessna T206H, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed St. John?s at 11:40Z. The aircraft returned and landed in St. John?s at 11:42Z due to a high temperature reading in the engine cylinder. Nil TSB.

August 9, 2007

Incident at GANDER INTL NL (CYQX) (Aerodrome - other)

Canada Customs denied departure clearance to two American registered Cessna 206H aircraft scheduled to depart from Gander (CYQX) destined to Santa Maria (LPAZ) at 20:15Z. The aircraft were released at 21:07Z. Nil TSB.

June 13, 2007

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

An American registered Cessna 172S, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), declared Mayday at position 4557N04701W due to problems with the auxiliary fuel tank and turned back to St. John?s. The aircraft landed without further incident at 15:27Z. The National Operations Centre (NOC) advised CACO. TSB Case Closed.

July 21, 2006

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT) (Conflict - potential, Alleged Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) infraction)

D-2EYN, EMB-120, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed Runway 29, broke departure clearance and turned right after departure with another aircraft cleared for departure on Runway 34. Departure clearance for the Runway 34 aircraft (LAL8301) was cancelled. Nil TSB.

June 17, 2006

Accident at Gander OCA

UPDATE TSB: A06A0055: The Cessna 172, N872CP, had departed St. John's International Airport at 0822z for a ferry flight to Santa Maria Airport, Azores. At approximately 120NM southeast of St. John's, time 0912Z, the pilot reported that there was a fuel transfer problem with aircraft. The pilot then declared an emergency and requested to return to St. John's. A few minutes later the pilot reported that he was unable to maintain altitude and was orbiting a ship. The aircraft ditched into the ocean at 0958Z. At 1025Z Halifax RCC reported to Gander ACC that the pilot had been picked up by a tanker ship "TOMSK" and that medical assistance was not required. The ship was enroute to Providence Rhode Island where the pilot is to be dropped off.
N872CP, Cessna 172R, enroute from St. John?s (CYYT) to Santa Maria (LPAZ), departed St. John?s at 08:02Z. At 09:12Z, position 120 NM southeast of St. John?s, the pilot reported fuel transfer problems, declared an emergency and requested to return to St. John?s. Shortly thereafter the pilot reported that he was unable to maintain altitude and elected to orbit a ship until ditching at 09:58Z. At 10:25Z the Halifax RCC reported that the tanker TOMSK, enroute to Providence, Rhode Island, had picked up the pilot and no medical assistance was required. TSB evaluating.

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