Derek Acorah charged after Southport car crash

Derek Acorah Derek Acorah is best known for the Living TV show Most Haunted

A 63-year-old TV psychic has been charged with careless driving following a car crash in Merseyside.

Derek Johnson, widely known as Derek Acorah, was driving a Nissan GT that was in collision with a Ford Ka in Southport, on Saturday.

The 52-year-old Ka driver and her passenger, a man aged 21, were taken to hospital with "whiplash-type" injuries.

Mr Johnson, who was not injured, was bailed and is due to appear at Sefton Magistrates' Court on 30 December.

Merseyside Police said he had also been charged with failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis, following the crash in Scarisbrick New Road.

Mr Johnson, of Scarisbrick, Southport, is best known for his work on the Living TV show Most Haunted.

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    20:29:

    They're in Clarence Dock and the Giants will go to sleep soon. That's all for our Giants coverage for the day. What a day it's been! We return tomorrow at 09:00.

    Good night Giants
     
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    Huge queues at station 20:27:

    One of our team sent this picture from Lime Street station where there are huge queues.

    queues at Lime Street
     
  3.  
    'Great cuddles' 20:22: via Facebook

    You've been sending your pictures to us all day. Jacqui Armstrong says: 300, 000 people at the Giants Spectacular and as I came out of St George's Hall I bumped into Jean-Luc Courcoult.

    Jacqui Armstrong and Jean-Luc

    "To say I felt highly honoured to meet him is an understatement. I really couldn't believe my luck and what a wonderful friendly down to earth gentleman he is. He gives great cuddles too!"

     
  4.  
    What a journey 20:21: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    What a day it's been for the Little Girl - starting with a shower at Newsham Park, and marching all the way to Liverpool's Liver Building.

    Little Girl
     
  5.  
    Giants in Clarence Dock 20:17: Tom Airey BBC News
    Giants head for sleep

    The Giants have now reached Clarence Dock, where they will sleep for the night.

     
  6.  
    Station closed due to Giants 20:14:

    Merseyrail emails to say James Street station will be closed from now until further notice due to increased passenger numbers travelling home from the Giants Spectacular.

     
  7.  
    Had a Giant Day? 20:12:

    Merseyside Police tweets: Had a giant day? Stay safe and be patient leaving the city, whether by public transport or on the roads #giants pic.twitter.com/QnVDqrlbto

    Grandmother Giant
     
  8.  
    Giant selfies 20:07:

    So selfies are the latest craze, but mine have a twist: Giant Selfies!

    Giant selfie
     
  9.  
    Grandmother among her people 20:01: Tom Airey BBC News

    I've followed the Giants a long way along Liverpool Waterfront now. Grandmother is about to get out of her wheelchair.

    Following the Giants
     
  10.  
    Xolo's view of the world 19:56: Helen Carter BBC Local Live

    The BBC has access to a camera in Xolo the dog's frame. Have a look at the image of his dog's eye view of the crowds!

    Dog Cam
     
  11.  
    Incredible numbers 19:53: Tom Airey BBC News

    Look at the crowds here at the Three Graces watching the Giants.

    Crowds waiting for the Giants

    The numbers are incredible and the atmosphere is really good.

     
  12.  
    Advice for Wirral passengers 19:48:

    Merseyrail tweets: Can all Wirral passengers please make your way to Central and Northern line please make your way to Moorfields. #giants

     
  13.  
    Energetic Xolo 19:43: BBC Radio Merseyside

    Xolo has enough energy to run down the waterfront and jump up on his back legs. Wish we still had that much energy!

    Energetic Xolo
     
  14.  
    Exercise time 19:38: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    Here's the Little Girl warming up for tonight's finale - with a few squats. The crowds certainly enjoyed them.

    Little Girl
     
  15.  
    Ferry big audience 19:31: Tom Airey BBC News

    Enormous crowds have gathered to see the Giants at Pier Head.

    Ferry crowd

    The audience isn't just restricted to land either.

     
  16.  
    Xolo by the Pier head 19:27: Andy Gill BBC North West Tonight

    Take a look at my video of Xolo at the Three Graces. You can see it here.

    Xolo on the move
     
  17.  
    Signing Grandmother's words 19:23: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    Grandma has been telling her stories down at Pier Head - with the help of a sign language expert.

    Sign language
     
  18.  
    Together again 19:19: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    Grandma and the Little Girl are reunited outside the Three Graces. The finale of today's show is underway.

    Giants reunited
     
  19.  
    Almost ready for bed 19:15:

    They're going to sleep soon and this is what Girl Giant looked like in Newsham Park last night as the sun set.

    Girl Giant at sunset
     
  20.  
    Lord Derby and the Pals 19:11: Jerry Chester BBC News, North West

    The Giants show commemorates the outbreak of World War One and the part played by the Liverpool Pals.

    Lord Derby

    The volunteer battalions were formed by the 17th Earl of Derby, who wanted local men to answer a call to arms by Lord Kitchener.

    I've taken a look at how one man's vision changed Liverpool forever.

     
  21.  
    Giants reunited 19:07:

    The Giants are reunited. Grandmother reads a letter passed to her by Xolo - which mentions her love for Liverpool in it.

    Giants reunited
     
  22.  
    SCARY? NOT THE GIANTS! 19:04: Jimmy McCracken BBC Radio Merseyside

    One of my favourite moments of the Giants was a woman walking near the Royal Court Theatre a couple of days ago with a little girl who didn't look happy.

    She said she was frightened of the Giants.

    I overhead the woman bend down and ask why and the little girl replied: "Because they might wake up."

    Well they have well and truly woken up and I hope that little girl is enjoying it.

     
  23.  
    Capturing the crowds 19:00: Sue Owen Editor, BBC Radio Merseyside

    I love this shot of the early evening crowds at Pier Head.

    Pier Head
     
  24.  
    Princesses watch on 18:56:

    Author Margaret Murphy sent us this picture of two princesses looking on as the Little Girl Giant turns a corner.

    Princesses watching Little Girl Giant

    If you have any pictures you'd like to share with us send them in via email, Twitter or Facebook.

     
  25.  
    WE'RE WAITING 18:54:

    The Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson tweets: "The City is waiting."

    Crowds waiting for the Giants
     
  26.  
    Reading a letter 18:53: Tom Airey BBC News

    Grandmother Giant put her reading glasses on to share a letter from the 'safe of memories'.

    Gran

    The note tells the story of a man who lied about his age to enrol to fight in World War One.

     
  27.  
    Paula from Perth 18:50: Claire Minter BBC Radio Merseyside

    I've just been speaking to Paula from Perth who's visiting her family in Liverpool and the Giants.

    Paula from Perth

    She told me she's looking forward to seeing the Diver when he heads Down Under next year.

     
  28.  
    Birkenhead Tunnel closed 18:45:

    Merseytravel tweets: Birkenhead Tunnel will be closed until 1am Sunday morning. Wallasey Tunnel is open but expected to be busy, pls allow extra time #Giants

     
  29.  
    Waiting for the Giants 18:41: Andy Gill BBC North West Tonight

    I'm waiting for the Giants again in Liverpool.

    Giants waiting
     
  30.  
    Smile for the phone 18:38: Tom Airey BBC News

    It was a sea of camera phones as Grandmother Giant left St George's Hall earlier this afternoon.

    Giant
     
  31.  
    Incredible Grandma 18:34:

    Maria Eagle tweets: Incredible #giant grandma down Whitechapel this afternoon #followthegiants @GiantSpectacle

    Giant in Whitechapel
     
  32.  
    Legging it down The Strand 18:31: Claire Minter BBC Radio Merseyside

    The Grandma Giant is legging it down The Strand heading for a Saturday night at Clarence Dock. You go girl!

    Grandma Giant on the Strand
     
  33.  
    Window view 18:28: Tom Airey BBC News

    Thanks to the kind restaurant on Whitechapel that allowed me to go up to their first floor window to get an eye-level view of Grandmother Giant.

    Gran from window

    It was an interesting scene inside - some people continued to eat their meals, others were stood on their chairs to get a better view!

     
  34.  
    Cheeky Xolo 18:25: Andy Gill BBC North West Tonight

    I was in Newsham Park when Xolo the dog cheekily woke the other Giants by putting on a record.

    Xolo playing a record

    He also took one of her socks while she was having a shower.

    My report on the Giants' second day in Liverpool on the BBC North West Tonight Facebook page.

     
  35.  
    Be patient when leaving city 18:22:

    Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy tweets: Had a giant day!? Stay safe and be patient leaving the city, whether by public transport or on the roads #giants @MerseyPolice

     
  36.  
    Grandma stopping again 18:19: Claire Minter BBC Radio Merseyside

    The Grandma is stopping to relieve herself in the middle of the street again!

    Her walking stick has been taken away and she is hitching up her skirt. People are looking either disgusted or amused, I'm not sure which.

     
  37.  
    PEOPLE JAM 18:18: Andy Gill BBC North West Tonight

    tweets: "Hearing ppl congestion delaying #giants"

     
  38.  
    Xolo has a rummage 18:16:

    Author Margaret Murphy sends this picture of Xolo having a rummage in a bin.

    Xolo has a rummage
     
  39.  
    Jammed with people 18:14: BBC Radio Merseyside

    Pier Head and Clarence Dock are already crammed with people ahead of the Giants' arrival. #giants #dontgetsquished

    Crowd at Pier Head
     
  40.  
    CAKE STOP 18:12:

    Giant Spectacular tweets "Quick cake stop #followthegiants"

    Cake stop for Xolo
     
  41.  
    Photo blog 18:10: Owen Walker BBC Local Live

    We've been enjoying looking at photographer Jono Symonds blog of the Giants' visit to Liverpool.

    Little Girl Giant from above

    This photo of the Little Girl is easily my favourite.

     
  42.  
    Busy stations 18:00:

    Merseyrail tweets: No delays at present, stations are getting busy but it's a good train service.

     
  43.  
    BATH TIME 17:53: Alex Dibble BBC Radio Merseyside

    I can't believe I was drenched in water live on air as Xolo got a wash!

    Xolo having a bath

    Robert Clive sent this fantastic picture.

    Keep sending us your photos or comments on email, Facebook or Twitter

     
  44.  
    Grandmother and her creator 17:36: via Facebook

    Robert Clive sent us this evocative image of Jean-Luc Courcoult with his creation, Grandmother Giant.

    Jean Luc Courcoult and Grandmother
     
  45.  
    Majestic elegance 17:33:

    Photographer Jono Symonds has a blog containing Giants images. He said: "Watching them roam the streets in an amazing piece of commemorative street of art really is an amazing experience.

    Crowds in Liverpool to see Grandma Giant

    He adds he's in awe of their "majestic elegance."

     
  46.  
    Naughty Xolo 17:30: BBC Radio Merseyside

    On the road again - and naughty Xolo's stolen a biker's helmet! #dogtrainerneeded

    Xolo steals bikers helmet
     
  47.  
    Off again! 17:27:

    Liverpool Council tweets: And we're off again! @GiantSpectacle #giants

    Girl Giant
     
  48.  
    Best bits of Day two 17:17: Steve Coleman BBC Radio Merseyside

    I've been putting together a gallery of photographs from the Giants' second spectacular day in Liverpool.

    Facebook Gallery pictures

    Check it out on BBC Radio Merseyside's Facebook page.

     
  49.  
    Delays on the trains 17:16:

    Merseyrail have emailed to let us know that the Southport line is disrupted, due to increased passenger numbers travelling home from the Giants Spectacular.

    Train services between Hunts Cross and Southport may be delayed. Disruption is expected until 19:00.

    For more info visit the Merseyrail website.

     
  50.  
    Dashing down Dale Street 17:13: Alex Dibble BBC Radio Merseyside

    Xolo isn't hanging around today. He's dashing down Dale Street and making the Royal de Luxe volunteers hurry up!

    Girl Giant

    The Little Girl is following at a more sedate pace and the crowds are really excited, trying to catch a glimpse of both of them as they go by.

     
  51.  
    More whisky for Grandmother 17:10: Tom Airey BBC News

    Grandmother's on the whisky again, this time at the slightly more respectable time of just after 17:00.

    Grandma on the whiskey (again)

    The PA is playing a lively jig, it could well be Irish.

     
  52.  
    GIANT BANG 17:09: Tom Airey BBC News

    Grandmother has woken up and has put her reading glasses on.

    Grandma Giant

    The safe of memories opens with a bang and she reads another letter.

     
  53.  
    Amazing crowds 17:05:

    Merseyside Police tweets: Amazing crowds for @GiantSpectacle. Remember to look after your phones, purses and wallets and enjoy the evening! #keepcrimelow #giants

     
  54.  
    LITTLE GIRL AND XOLO AWAKE 17:04: Jimmy McCracken BBC Radio Merseyside

    The Little Girl Giant has reluctantly woke from her siesta at Queensway Tunnel but Xolo is heading straight for the crowd for some tender loving care.

    Little Girl Giant

    All along Victoria Street, Dale Street and Whitechapel there are huge crowds.

     
  55.  
    Giant helper's big feet 17:02: Sue Owen, editor BBC Radio Merseyside

    Is it just me or has this Lilliputian got really big feet?

    Big footed Lilliputian
     
  56.  
    Grandmother's story 17:00:

    Author Margaret Murphy sent this picture of Grandmother Giant reading her story.

    Grandmother Giant
     
  57.  
    Crowds watching Grandma 16:55: Helen Carter BBC Local Live

    There are thousands of people in front of St George's Hall in the centre of Liverpool.

    Thousands in front of St Georges Hall

    They've come to see Grandmother Giant who's just come round from her siesta and has begun to tell the crowd another story.

     
  58.  
    Having a snooze 16:52: Alex Dibble BBC Radio Merseyside

    My colleague Andrea Day decided to grab a couple of minutes shut eye while Little Girl Giant wakes up.

    Alex sleeping on the job
     
  59.  
    Giants' stories 16:50:

    The Giants have been telling the story of the Liverpool Pals at the beginning of World War One.

    One story of a boy who lied about his age in order to join up. We've learnt about training camps being held in factories and how "workers and bosses marched side-by-side."

    For the full story go to Giant Spectacular's twitter page.

     
  60.  
    Your thoughts 16:43: via Facebook

    Lots of you have been getting in touch to let us know what you think about the Giants.

    Karen Fielding says: You are very lucky being able to witness all this up in Liverpool..........Please come to Gloucestershire.....PLEASE PLEASE.

    Sylvia Kearns loved the video of two children being given a ride on the Little Girl's arms. She says: Superb! That little boy and girl will remember this the rest of their lives! What a story to tell their own children!!!

    Let us know what you think by emailing merseyside.locallive@bbc.co.uk or tweet @bbcmerseyside.

     
  61.  
    What a day for a wedding 16:40: Helen Jones BBC Radio Merseyside

    I can see a bride posing for a photo in front of the Grandma Giant. What a day to get married!

    We're with the Giants waiting for them to wake up from their afternoon nap live on BBC Radio Merseyside.

     
  62.  
    Station crash barriers 16:32: Paul Beesley, BBC Radio Merseyside

    Nothing like being prepared.

    crash barriers at Lime Street

    After complaints about the queues and train problems they've brought in the crash barriers today.

     
  63.  
    James Street station closed 16:26:

    Merseyrail tweets: James Street Station is closed today between 16.00 and 20.00, please use Moorfields and Liverpool Central stations.

     
  64.  
    Quiet expectancy 16:21: Jimmy McCracken BBC Radio Merseyside

    There's a quiet expectancy amongst the crowd as they wait for the Giants to wake from their afternoon nap.

    Everyone's really excited and people keep on coming up to me telling me what a great time they're having.

     
  65.  
    Queues in the Sun 16:15:

    Patrice Meredith emailed to say there were "queues in the hot sun and no information" outside Liverpool Lime Street station yesterday.

    However, it was still "a great day with the Giants."

     
  66.  
    Giant queues 16:08: Tom Airey BBC News

    I feel for the drivers picking the wrong route and meeting the Giants today.

    Queues

    Here's the scene near Edge Hill. Many people left their cars to have a look at what's going on.

     
  67.  
    Close up with the Giants 16:01: Helen Carter BBC Local Live

    I got a bit close to Grandmother Giant and it was an incredibly emotional experience.

    Giants close up

    Shortly after, she suffered a problem with her head as she made her way through Liverpool.

     
  68.  
    Queuing system 15:56:

    Merseyrail tweets: A queuing system is now in force at Lime St for services to the Wirral line, please speak to a member of staff for assistance

     
  69.  
    Busy Lime Street 15:51: Tom Airey BBC News

    Liverpool Lime Street remains very busy, with many people watching the action outside St George's Hall from the station's steps.

    Lime St

    Grandmother Giant is due to wake up shortly, so the crowds will probably continue to grow in this area.

     
  70.  
    Giants' fan in her 90s 15:49: Paul Beesley, BBC Radio Merseyside

    I met Ann Beesley (no relation), who is 97, as she travelled to see the Giants in Kensington.

    Ann Beesley
     
  71.  
    Quiet and emotional 15:45: Andy Gill BBC North West Tonight

    The atmosphere at Newsham Park was interesting because there was lots of fun but when they played the recordings of the descendants who died in the war, everything went quiet.

    Girl Giant

    One guy was getting emotional about a letter from his father - a soldier in World War One - to be delivered to his mother in the event of his death. "Oh that I could've lived to repay all you have done for me," it said.

    BBC North West Tonight is on air at 17:20.

     
  72.  
    Gran's pipe 15:41: Tom Airey BBC News

    As well as a dram of whisky this morning, Grandmother Giant started her day with a smoke on a pipe.

    Nan and pipe

    A Lilliputian sat on her shoulder was getting a face full of smoke - passive smoking on a very large scale.

     
  73.  
    Hitching a ride 15:35: Owen Walker BBC Local Live

    Thanks to Paul Sharpe for tweeting us this picture of his twin nieces riding Xolo the dog.

    Two children riding Xolo the dog

    If you have any pictures you'd like to share with others send them in via email,Twitter or Facebook.

     
  74.  
    Giant on a scooter 15:32: Steve Coleman BBC Radio Merseyside

    We're not surprised she's sleeping now after all that scootering around. Check out this video of Girl Giant on the move.

    Girl Giant scootering
     
  75.  
    Gran reminds me of Audrey 15:26: Helen Carter BBC Local Live

    Here's a picture I took of Grandmother Giant where you can see the detail of her face.

    Grandmother Giant

    Isn't she beautiful? Some people say she reminds them of Nelly Boswell in Bread. But, for me, she's more like Audrey Hepburn.

     
  76.  
    Grandmother Giant in the city 15:22:

    Ellie Bridges took this picture of Grandmother Giant as she prepared for her nap.

    Girl Giant

    Do you have a picture you'd like to share? Tweet us @bbcmerseyside.

     
  77.  
    Close up of crowds 15:19: Jessica Robbins BBC Radio Merseyside

    I'm close up with the crowds by St George's plateau waiting for Grandmother Giant.

    Crowds
     
  78.  
    Life of a lilliputian 15:14: Tom Airey BBC News

    I doubt you need to have a gym membership as a Lilliputian.

    lILLIPUTIAN

    The past two days has been a continuous cycle of pull a rope, move to the back of the queue, pull a rope again.

    The red jackets are probably not the best choice in 25C temperatures either.

     
  79.  
    A very happy Xolo 15:07:

    Catherine Giblin tweets: @GiantSpectacle I got to stroke a very happy Xolo ☺️☺️

    Close up of Xolo the dog
     
  80.  
    Well-deserved nap 15:00: Jessica Robbins BBC Radio Merseyside

    The Grandma is taking another well-deserved nap on St George's plateau after making her way to the city centre from Newsham Park.

    Grandma giant asleep on St George's plateau

    She looks so peaceful, doesn't she? Grandmother is due to wake up around 16:30 and head off to Clarence Dock.

     
  81.  
    Xolo and his toys 14:55:

    Thanks to Andrea Day who took this great picture of Xolo the dog with what she described as "a fluffy caterpillar toy".

    Xolo the dog with a giant fluffy Caterpillar

    As he walked through Liverpool this morning he kept on pulling toys out of a bin and playing with them on the street. Inevitably, they were giant toys.

     
  82.  
    Asleep with the radio on 14:52: Owen Walker BBC Local Live

    I love this picture of the Little Girl Giant asleep with her radio outside the Queensway tunnel.

    Little Girl Giant asleep with her radio

    I wonder if she's listening to BBC Radio Merseyside?

     
  83.  
    Story time 14:50: Jessica Robbins BBC Radio Merseyside

    Before drifting off to sleep the Grandma told more stories about World War One.

    Grandma telling stories on St George's plateau

    I love the elegant pair of glasses she's put on to address the crowd.

     
  84.  
    Giants' creative genius 14:44: Helen Carter BBC Local Live

    He's the man who brought the Giants to Liverpool.

    Jean-Luc Courcoult

    You've got to admire Jean-Luc Courcoult as he walks through the city in front of Grandmother Giant.

    You can find out more about his eccentric genius in my feature about his love of Liverpool.

     
  85.  
    Giant history lesson 14:39: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    Jenni Farrell was at Newsham Park with husband Stephen and their children Luca, eight, Kian, six, and Freya, five.

    Giants people

    Mrs Farrell said: "It's a fantastic family day out. It's very interesting and the kids absolutely love it. Everybody's in a lovely mood. It's important to remember World War One."

     
  86.  
    Snooze time 14:34:

    It's time for Girl Giant to start snoring as she has a sleep with Xolo.

    Girl Giant snooze
     
  87.  
    Grandma's pipe 14:29: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    Grandma's having a snooze. I wonder if she'll have a puff on her pipe again when she wakes up?

    Grandma

    That was a real highlight of the wake-up routine in Newsham Park earlier.

     
  88.  
    Crowds at St George's plateau 14:25: Jessica Robbins BBC Radio Merseyside

    There's a massive crowd at St George's plateau.

    Crowds at St George's Plateau
     
  89.  
    Queues at station 14:23:

    Ellie Bridges sent us this picture of the queues at Liverpool Lime Street Station.

    Queues at Lime St

    She says the situation's worse than yesterday, when she last travelled in by train.

     
  90.  
    Up close with Xolo 14:17:

    Marie Walker sent us this picture up close and with Xolo.

    Xolo up close
     
  91.  
    Public transport busy 14:13:

    Merseyside Police tweets: Heading to Liverpool to see the @GiantSpectacle ?Plan your journey and leave plenty of time - public transport will be busy #giants

     
  92.  
    Weather for Giants 14:11:

    Cloud will gradually increase this afternoon bringing a risk of showers.

    Weather graphic for 26.07.2014

    Most places will remain warm this afternoon, but feeling along the coast. Maximum temperatures 26C (79F).

    For all the latest on the weather visit the BBC website.

     
  93.  
    Sleep Time for Grandmother 14:06:

    For Grandmother Giant, too, it's almost sleep time.

    Grandmother heads for a sleep
     
  94.  
    Nap time 14:03:

    It's time for a nap. Lucky Girl Giant gets to rest her eyes for a couple of hours.

    Girl Giant
     
  95.  
    They might be Giants 13:55: Tom Mullen BBC News Online

    Perhaps the unsung heroes of the whole Giants spectacle are the musicians providing the round-the-clock soundtrack.

    Band

    Has anyone else been as impressed as me by this talented band? Email us and tell us what you think.

     
  96.  
    Taking a swing on Girl Giant 13:52:

    Paul Hollinghurst took this picture of children swinging on the Little Girl Giant.

    Children hitch a ride on Girl Giant

    She doesn't seem to mind.

     
  97.  
    Grandmother's walk 13:46:

    She sure gets around. Grandmother Giant got out of her wheelchair at the bottom of Kensington and had a walk.

    Grandmother Giant
     
  98.  
    Packed William Brown Street 13:41: Alex Dibble BBC Radio Merseyside

    The flyover is packed and Birkenhead Tunnel completely empty. William Brown Street could not have more people on it if it possibly tried.

    Deckchair for Girl Giant

    Little Girl Giant is coming to have a nap on the chair.

     
  99.  
    Public transport delays 13:36: Samantha Dean, BBC Radio Merseyside Travel

    There are delays of 10 minutes on trains between Hunts Cross and Southport. Generally, it's busy on the trains and buses.

     
  100.  
    A Giant stretch 13:30: Steve Coleman BBC Radio Merseyside

    She's stretching her legs - who can blame her! You can take a look at our video on Facebook.

    Grandmother stretches legs
     

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