Plant A Tree 2021

 

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00:00:11.760 --> 00:00:13.445 Good day, ladies and gentlemen.

00:00:13.445 --> 00:00:16.235 My name is Stephan Clark and I have the

00:00:16.235 --> 00:00:18.316 high honor of serving as the Superintendent

00:00:18.316 --> 00:00:20.626 at Flight 93 National Memorial.

00:00:20.630 --> 00:00:23.420 I just wanted to take a few moments to thank

00:00:23.491 --> 00:00:26.187 you so very very much for your participation

00:00:26.187 --> 00:00:29.150 for this year's annual Reforestation event.

00:00:29.150 --> 00:00:31.814 As you may recall, last year we had

00:00:31.814 --> 00:00:34.268 to cancel the event due to covid,

00:00:34.270 --> 00:00:36.310 but we really believe this year,

00:00:36.310 --> 00:00:39.182 although it's going to be roughly from 500

00:00:39.182 --> 00:00:41.495 volunteers down to 200, we believe that.

00:00:41.495 --> 00:00:44.694 We are taking on this operation in a way

00:00:44.694 --> 00:00:47.156 that will be very, very safe for both.

00:00:47.156 --> 00:00:49.480 Each of each and everyone of you,

00:00:49.480 --> 00:00:51.466 as well as for our volunteers

00:00:51.466 --> 00:00:52.790 and Park Service personnel.

00:00:52.790 --> 00:00:54.812 So with that being said, folks,

00:00:54.812 --> 00:00:57.346 I really wanted to always remind you

00:00:57.346 --> 00:00:59.408 that National Park Week is a very,

00:00:59.410 --> 00:01:01.396 very special week for for the

00:01:01.396 --> 00:01:02.720 National Park Service employees.

00:01:02.720 --> 00:01:05.024 And I think the Nation as a whole

00:01:05.024 --> 00:01:07.688 and we will continue for many many,

00:01:07.690 --> 00:01:09.094 many years to come.

00:01:09.094 --> 00:01:10.849 To ensure that during National

00:01:10.849 --> 00:01:12.740 Park Week here at Flight 93.

00:01:12.740 --> 00:01:15.374 We will always have a volunteer

00:01:15.374 --> 00:01:17.130 type of an event,

00:01:17.130 --> 00:01:20.168 so although we won't really complete the

00:01:20.168 --> 00:01:23.719 150,000 goal of all the seedlings this year,

00:01:23.720 --> 00:01:26.348 we most definitely will next year.

00:01:26.350 --> 00:01:28.102 In the year 2022.

00:01:28.102 --> 00:01:30.292 But even subsequent to that,

00:01:30.300 --> 00:01:33.804 once we reach our goal of 150,000 seedlings,

00:01:33.810 --> 00:01:36.638 there's no doubt that we will continue

00:01:36.638 --> 00:01:39.960 on the legacy of these volunteer events.

00:01:39.960 --> 00:01:42.400 Whether it's pruning those trees

00:01:42.400 --> 00:01:43.864 or something else.

00:01:43.870 --> 00:01:45.815 But the most important thing

00:01:45.815 --> 00:01:47.760 is bringing us all together,

00:01:47.760 --> 00:01:50.220 bringing the American people to Flight

00:01:50.220 --> 00:01:52.648 93 to really continue to remember

00:01:52.648 --> 00:01:55.147 what these 40 people behind me did.

00:01:55.150 --> 00:01:56.702 On September 11, 2001,

00:01:56.702 --> 00:01:58.254 an honor their memory.

00:01:58.260 --> 00:02:00.600 So once again, ladies and gentlemen,

00:02:00.600 --> 00:02:03.736 thank you so very much for agreeing to

00:02:03.736 --> 00:02:06.818 come help us plant here at Flight 93.

00:02:06.820 --> 00:02:10.312 And with that I'd like to introduce a very,

00:02:10.320 --> 00:02:11.484 very special person.

00:02:11.484 --> 00:02:13.424 None other than Donna Gibson.

00:02:13.430 --> 00:02:15.830 Donna Gibson serves as the president.

00:02:15.830 --> 00:02:19.222 Of the Friends of Flight 93 is a

00:02:19.222 --> 00:02:20.573 tremendous tremendous supporter

00:02:20.573 --> 00:02:23.075 and just her passion for this

00:02:23.075 --> 00:02:26.292 place and for the story of Flight

00:02:26.292 --> 00:02:28.180 93 is absolutely incredible.

00:02:28.180 --> 00:02:30.820 So with that at this time,

00:02:30.820 --> 00:02:33.466 I'd like to introduce once again

00:02:33.466 --> 00:02:34.348 Donna Gibson.

00:02:34.350 --> 00:02:35.230 Thank you.

00:02:51.860 --> 00:02:54.002 Thank you Steve for that wonderful

00:02:54.002 --> 00:02:55.430 introduction as President of

00:02:55.491 --> 00:02:57.246 the Friends Board of Directors.

00:02:57.250 --> 00:02:59.770 It is my great pleasure to be here

00:02:59.770 --> 00:03:02.073 and to thank you for registering

00:03:02.073 --> 00:03:04.780 for plant a tree at Flight 93.

00:03:04.780 --> 00:03:07.380 This is our 9th year.

00:03:07.380 --> 00:03:09.620 Partnering with the National Park

00:03:09.620 --> 00:03:11.860 Service and the National Park

00:03:11.936 --> 00:03:14.568 Foundation to bring you plant a tree.

00:03:14.570 --> 00:03:16.586 The easiest way for me to talk

00:03:16.586 --> 00:03:18.389 to you about plant a tree.

00:03:18.390 --> 00:03:20.441 It's a talk about my experience and

00:03:20.441 --> 00:03:22.208 what I've learned over the years.

00:03:22.210 --> 00:03:23.274 So my first year,

00:03:23.274 --> 00:03:25.488 10 years ago I came out with a

00:03:25.488 --> 00:03:27.399 group from work and it was going

00:03:27.399 --> 00:03:29.559 to be a team building exercise.

00:03:29.560 --> 00:03:31.030 We're going to come out,

00:03:31.030 --> 00:03:32.800 plant some trees, have some fun,

00:03:32.800 --> 00:03:35.144 get to know each other a little better.

00:03:35.150 --> 00:03:36.914 Probably the same as some of

00:03:36.914 --> 00:03:38.090 you are doing today.

00:03:38.090 --> 00:03:38.963 Well, not today,

00:03:38.963 --> 00:03:41.320 but April 23rd will pretend it's April 23rd,

00:03:41.320 --> 00:03:43.310 so.

00:03:43.310 --> 00:03:46.451 As I sat in the audience and listen to

00:03:46.451 --> 00:03:49.628 the Park Rangers and the people talk,

00:03:49.630 --> 00:03:53.030 I quickly learned that plant a tree was

00:03:53.030 --> 00:03:55.558 something bigger than a one day event.

00:03:55.560 --> 00:03:58.280 This was a process that was to help

00:03:58.280 --> 00:04:00.569 complete the memorial design so all

00:04:00.569 --> 00:04:02.867 of us as volunteers or actually

00:04:02.940 --> 00:04:05.622 helping the Park Service create the

00:04:05.622 --> 00:04:08.298 original memorial design by planting trees.

00:04:08.298 --> 00:04:11.850 There was a vision for these trees in

00:04:11.934 --> 00:04:15.273 this park that we planted to become

00:04:15.273 --> 00:04:18.299 natural wind barriers for the visitor

00:04:18.299 --> 00:04:21.813 center and other spaces around the memorial.

00:04:21.820 --> 00:04:23.740 These trees will become a

00:04:23.740 --> 00:04:25.276 natural habitat for wildlife.

00:04:25.280 --> 00:04:27.954 As I was driving in this morning,

00:04:27.960 --> 00:04:31.480 I saw a whole herd of deer on the hillside

00:04:31.568 --> 00:04:35.258 and I also saw some geese crossing the road.

00:04:35.260 --> 00:04:38.900 We also have 26 native bird species

00:04:38.900 --> 00:04:41.969 that call flight 93 their home.

00:04:41.970 --> 00:04:43.377 This park and

00:04:43.377 --> 00:04:45.253 Your environmental stewardship will

00:04:45.253 --> 00:04:48.259 live on for generations to come.

00:04:48.260 --> 00:04:51.515 The work that you do today will

00:04:51.515 --> 00:04:55.040 continue to be here for many years.

00:04:55.040 --> 00:04:58.526 Today I'm standing on the site of

00:04:58.526 --> 00:05:01.008 the original planetree that occurred

00:05:01.008 --> 00:05:04.123 10 years ago where I joined over

00:05:04.123 --> 00:05:07.106 500 other volunteers and we planted

00:05:07.106 --> 00:05:10.084 13,500 trees over 2 day period.

00:05:10.084 --> 00:05:12.180 As you can see.

00:05:12.180 --> 00:05:14.286 These trees are bigger than me

00:05:14.286 --> 00:05:16.451 and they continue to live on

00:05:16.451 --> 00:05:18.515 every time I visit the memorial.

00:05:18.520 --> 00:05:21.048 I can't help but to look at the

00:05:21.048 --> 00:05:23.617 plots that we plan it over the years

00:05:23.617 --> 00:05:26.587 and it gives me such a sense of

00:05:26.587 --> 00:05:29.071 accomplishment and makes me feel really

00:05:29.080 --> 00:05:31.292 good that I was part of something

00:05:31.292 --> 00:05:33.997 that was so much bigger than myself.

00:05:34.000 --> 00:05:36.376 I hope that as you're here on April

00:05:36.376 --> 00:05:39.175 23rd when you join me and 200 other

00:05:39.175 --> 00:05:41.503 volunteers that you consider that your

00:05:41.503 --> 00:05:43.578 planting of those small seedlings.

00:05:43.580 --> 00:05:45.758 Will become these trees and will

00:05:45.758 --> 00:05:48.468 help to beautify this space where 40

00:05:48.468 --> 00:05:50.844 passenger and crew members gave the

00:05:50.844 --> 00:05:53.200 ultimate sacrifice for their country.

00:05:53.200 --> 00:05:55.025 Thank you for registering for

00:05:55.025 --> 00:05:58.227 plant a tree and I look forward to

00:05:58.227 --> 00:06:00.813 welcoming you on April 23rd thanks.

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Opening remarks from Flight 93 Superintendent Stephen Clark and Friends of Flight 93 President Donna Gibson.

 

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00:00:19.040 --> 00:00:21.602 Good afternoon, my name is Pat Sparks

00:00:21.602 --> 00:00:23.624 on the maintenance work supervisor

00:00:23.624 --> 00:00:26.174 here at Flight 93 National Memorial.

00:00:26.180 --> 00:00:27.500 For the reforestation event,

00:00:27.500 --> 00:00:29.480 I'll also be the safety officer.

00:00:32.380 --> 00:00:34.788 Yes, when you come to this event,

00:00:34.790 --> 00:00:37.877 we are asking that you do come mask up,

00:00:37.880 --> 00:00:41.800 but when you come out to the field.

00:00:41.800 --> 00:00:43.558 You're going to be socially distance.

00:00:43.560 --> 00:00:45.618 Feel free to take the mask off.

00:00:45.620 --> 00:00:47.895 That will probably be a little more

00:00:47.895 --> 00:00:49.512 comfortable when you're out working

00:00:49.512 --> 00:00:51.556 with the dibble bar or planting the

00:00:51.556 --> 00:00:53.558 trees so you will be able to unmask,

00:00:53.560 --> 00:00:55.373 but we were going to ask everybody

00:00:55.373 --> 00:00:57.090 keeps a safe social distance.

00:01:00.010 --> 00:01:01.900 Here at Flight 93, of course my

00:01:01.900 --> 00:01:03.910 some of our maintenance folks.

00:01:03.910 --> 00:01:06.185 We require a steel toe boot or

00:01:06.185 --> 00:01:08.231 composite toe boot, which these are.

00:01:08.231 --> 00:01:10.373 We're not going to require that

00:01:10.373 --> 00:01:12.685 it's a good idea if you have one.

00:01:12.690 --> 00:01:14.310 If you have a set.

00:01:14.310 --> 00:01:16.662 If you do not have that hiking boots

00:01:16.662 --> 00:01:19.188 or find the general work boots fine.

00:01:22.400 --> 00:01:23.996 Hand protection you're going

00:01:23.996 --> 00:01:27.020 to be issued a pair of gloves.

00:01:27.020 --> 00:01:28.994 It's a good idea to wear them.

00:01:29.000 --> 00:01:31.780 You'll get a better grip.

00:01:31.780 --> 00:01:35.388 On the tool itself.

00:01:35.390 --> 00:01:37.497 But we want you wearing hand protection.

00:01:37.500 --> 00:01:39.858 You will get a set of these gloves for

00:01:39.858 --> 00:01:42.197 you and your more welcome to take him

00:01:42.197 --> 00:01:44.749 with you due to the covid restrictions.

00:01:44.750 --> 00:01:46.773 We don't want the PP the gloves

00:01:46.773 --> 00:01:48.070 back so they're yours.

00:01:48.070 --> 00:01:49.888 We want you to use them.

00:01:49.890 --> 00:01:52.655 We want you to have a safe.

00:01:52.660 --> 00:01:54.484 Experience here while

00:01:54.484 --> 00:01:56.916 you're planning the trees.

00:01:56.920 --> 00:01:59.755 What do I have here in front of me?

00:01:59.760 --> 00:02:02.307 I've got the trusty Dibble Bar an one of

00:02:02.307 --> 00:02:04.800 the safety things with the dibble bar.

00:02:04.800 --> 00:02:06.823 Everyone is going to be issued one

00:02:06.823 --> 00:02:09.209 of these if you're going to notice.

00:02:09.210 --> 00:02:11.730 It's pretty heavy down here at the base.

00:02:11.730 --> 00:02:13.928 Very pointed to go through the earth.

00:02:13.930 --> 00:02:17.227 Let me just do a little demonstration.

00:02:17.230 --> 00:02:19.190 You will use your foot.

00:02:19.190 --> 00:02:21.056 To implement that into the ground,

00:02:21.060 --> 00:02:22.620 it works pretty well too,

00:02:22.620 --> 00:02:24.988 but the reason I bring that up with

00:02:24.988 --> 00:02:27.220 this jagged edge when you're going to

00:02:27.220 --> 00:02:29.490 be carrying these to the work site,

00:02:29.490 --> 00:02:31.320 we're going to ask two hands

00:02:31.320 --> 00:02:33.229 and you carry mainly this part.

00:02:35.360 --> 00:02:38.820 Downward please don't carry the

00:02:38.820 --> 00:02:42.280 dibble bar in this fashion.

00:02:42.280 --> 00:02:45.008 Someone could get hit.

00:02:45.010 --> 00:02:47.836 So we try to eliminate that we have not

00:02:47.836 --> 00:02:50.928 had any incidents with these in the past.

00:02:50.930 --> 00:02:53.006 They are dangerous, they are safe,

00:02:53.010 --> 00:02:55.194 but they're dangerous if they're not used

00:02:55.194 --> 00:02:57.189 correctly or getting carried incorrectly.

00:02:57.190 --> 00:02:59.966 But you will have people around you working,

00:02:59.970 --> 00:03:01.710 so we're obviously social distance

00:03:01.710 --> 00:03:03.450 now with the mask mandate,

00:03:03.450 --> 00:03:05.970 but it's probably a good idea when

00:03:05.970 --> 00:03:08.542 you see folks in the field using

00:03:08.542 --> 00:03:11.365 these for folks just to kind of be

00:03:11.365 --> 00:03:13.885 spread out a little bit and give the

00:03:13.890 --> 00:03:16.500 individual some room that's using this.

00:03:16.500 --> 00:03:18.516 So you can see that's pretty point.

00:03:18.520 --> 00:03:19.390 It's pretty sharp.

00:03:22.520 --> 00:03:24.865 Who do you go to get help?

00:03:24.870 --> 00:03:27.180 You'll see Park Service staff and safety

00:03:27.180 --> 00:03:29.238 vest that would help identify us.

00:03:29.240 --> 00:03:30.860 Plus, for the obvious reason

00:03:30.860 --> 00:03:33.235 and you will also see us out

00:03:33.235 --> 00:03:34.950 on the road directing traffic,

00:03:34.950 --> 00:03:37.690 that sort of thing.

00:03:37.690 --> 00:03:39.055 There will be Park Service

00:03:39.055 --> 00:03:41.069 staff at each one of the sites,

00:03:41.070 --> 00:03:42.630 and I'm recommending that they put

00:03:42.630 --> 00:03:44.738 on a safety vest for high visibility.

00:03:47.290 --> 00:03:51.268 If anyone is injured during this.

00:03:51.270 --> 00:03:54.028 Event immediately get to your team leader.

00:03:54.030 --> 00:03:55.995 Your team leader will then

00:03:55.995 --> 00:03:57.567 Radio Park Service staff.

00:03:57.570 --> 00:03:59.540 I'll be on the scene.

00:03:59.540 --> 00:04:02.897 Some of our folks will be on the scene

00:04:02.897 --> 00:04:05.846 and we'll get you taken care of.

00:04:05.850 --> 00:04:08.208 Medically, we will have first aid.

00:04:08.210 --> 00:04:10.410 Kits were also fortunate enough

00:04:10.410 --> 00:04:12.610 to have Shanksville EMS that

00:04:12.686 --> 00:04:14.516 will be on site that day.

00:04:16.680 --> 00:04:17.912 The weather the weather

00:04:17.912 --> 00:04:19.452 here can be pretty brutal.

00:04:19.460 --> 00:04:20.076 For reforestation.

00:04:20.076 --> 00:04:22.232 We've had good weather in the past,

00:04:22.240 --> 00:04:24.333 and then we've also had a reforestation

00:04:24.333 --> 00:04:25.640 where it's actually snowed,

00:04:25.640 --> 00:04:27.500 at least stuck to the grass.

00:04:27.500 --> 00:04:28.680 And it's it's cold.

00:04:28.680 --> 00:04:30.890 It's more likely going to be windy.

00:04:30.890 --> 00:04:31.820 Like I said,

00:04:31.820 --> 00:04:33.680 let's hope for really good weather,

00:04:33.680 --> 00:04:34.610 but be prepared.

00:04:34.610 --> 00:04:36.470 Don't be afraid to dress in

00:04:36.470 --> 00:04:38.000 layers when you come here,

00:04:38.000 --> 00:04:39.860 'cause you can take it off,

00:04:39.860 --> 00:04:41.552 but it definitely will be windy

00:04:41.552 --> 00:04:43.415 and we're going to keep our

00:04:43.415 --> 00:04:45.105 fingers crossed for good weather,

00:04:45.110 --> 00:04:48.278 but just be prepared 'cause it could rain.

00:04:48.280 --> 00:04:49.760 We're building a contingency plan

00:04:49.760 --> 00:04:51.692 if there's a chance of Thunder

00:04:51.692 --> 00:04:53.260 showers or lightning strikes.

00:04:53.260 --> 00:04:55.246 Is what we're really concerned with,

00:04:55.250 --> 00:04:56.910 but definitely wet weather gear.

00:04:56.910 --> 00:04:58.718 If you have some,

00:04:58.718 --> 00:05:02.399 don't be afraid to bring some with you.

00:05:02.400 --> 00:05:04.110 Speaking of the operation itself,

00:05:04.110 --> 00:05:06.497 when I said to shut it down,

00:05:06.500 --> 00:05:09.236 it will still go on if it's raining.

00:05:09.240 --> 00:05:10.950 If there's Thunder and lightning,

00:05:10.950 --> 00:05:12.660 especially with the lightning strikes,

00:05:12.660 --> 00:05:14.952 we will shut it down and

00:05:14.952 --> 00:05:17.580 we're going to be in contact.

00:05:17.580 --> 00:05:19.812 Before and during the event with

00:05:19.812 --> 00:05:21.300 the National Weather Service,

00:05:21.300 --> 00:05:24.276 if we were to shut this down temporarily,

00:05:24.280 --> 00:05:27.269 probably what we're going to use that

00:05:27.269 --> 00:05:30.649 they were going to keep it pretty simple.

00:05:30.650 --> 00:05:34.180 Will be 3 immediate long

00:05:34.180 --> 00:05:37.004 honks from a vehicle.

00:05:37.010 --> 00:05:38.840 If you were to hear this. (BEEP)(BEEP)(BEEP)

00:05:45.790 --> 00:05:48.590 We will get you out of the field.

00:05:48.590 --> 00:05:51.166 So how are we going to communicate that

00:05:51.166 --> 00:05:53.495 other than hearing that 'cause there's

00:05:53.495 --> 00:05:55.925 going to be several different sites

00:05:55.998 --> 00:05:58.470 we will be in contact with your team

00:05:58.470 --> 00:06:01.190 leaders and it will come over the radio.

00:06:01.190 --> 00:06:03.290 We will evacuate from the site.

00:06:03.290 --> 00:06:05.612 There will be Park Service staff

00:06:05.612 --> 00:06:08.309 in the field directing you the the

00:06:08.309 --> 00:06:10.463 folks that are doing the planning.

00:06:10.470 --> 00:06:13.270 If need be and is in lightning strikes,

00:06:13.270 --> 00:06:15.928 feel free to drop your tool.

00:06:15.930 --> 00:06:18.018 Do not we can pick the tools up later.

00:06:18.020 --> 00:06:19.788 The main thing is we don't want you

00:06:19.788 --> 00:06:21.269 carrying that in a lightning strike,

00:06:21.270 --> 00:06:22.674 but we're going to get folks

00:06:22.674 --> 00:06:24.280 out if that would be the case.

00:06:27.750 --> 00:06:31.962 So we covered a bunch of

00:06:31.962 --> 00:06:34.068 things with reforestation.

00:06:34.070 --> 00:06:36.430 The main thing to take away from it

00:06:36.430 --> 00:06:39.020 is just be careful with using tools.

00:06:39.020 --> 00:06:40.670 You're going to have buckets.

00:06:40.670 --> 00:06:43.640 Like I said, you will get your PPE.

00:06:43.640 --> 00:06:45.950 You will get your gloves dress properly.

00:06:45.950 --> 00:06:47.590 Probably the number one.

00:06:47.590 --> 00:06:49.640 Things to watch out for.

00:06:49.640 --> 00:06:52.500 We want you to have a great time once you

00:06:52.575 --> 00:06:55.509 have fun and get out and plant some trees.

00:06:55.510 --> 00:06:58.600 I would say it has to be the uneven terrain.

00:06:58.600 --> 00:07:01.064 So the footwear and some of the gear.

00:07:01.070 --> 00:07:03.534 And like I said, this is very dangerous.

00:07:03.540 --> 00:07:05.696 So you're going to be handling dibble,

00:07:05.700 --> 00:07:07.632 bars and buckets but the terrain

00:07:07.632 --> 00:07:09.553 itself and the footing is really

00:07:09.553 --> 00:07:11.263 what you gotta be careful of.

00:07:11.270 --> 00:07:12.810 As far as Covid goes.

00:07:12.810 --> 00:07:13.698 Like I said,

00:07:13.698 --> 00:07:16.153 you can take these off and maintain that

00:07:16.153 --> 00:07:18.365 social distance when you go back in.

00:07:18.370 --> 00:07:21.474 I'm sure we're going to have coffee here.

00:07:21.480 --> 00:07:24.474 Just be respectful for the next

00:07:24.474 --> 00:07:27.549 person and just put on a mask.

00:07:27.550 --> 00:07:29.010 An everything will go great,

00:07:29.010 --> 00:07:31.274 so we're going to we're going to follow

00:07:31.274 --> 00:07:33.968 this and we're also going to be handing out.

00:07:33.970 --> 00:07:35.728 I think bottles of hand sanitizer,

00:07:35.730 --> 00:07:37.476 so feel free to use it.

00:07:37.480 --> 00:07:42.110 It's PPE. Get yours.

00:07:42.110 --> 00:07:42.896 So in closing,

00:07:42.896 --> 00:07:45.110 we want you to have a super time.

00:07:45.110 --> 00:07:46.922 We appreciate your help.

NOTE Confidence: 0.8885646

00:07:46.922 --> 00:07:47.828 And remember,

00:07:47.830 --> 00:07:49.785 have a great great experience

00:07:49.785 --> 00:07:51.740 here and God Bless America.

00:08:02.930 --> 00:08:05.300 I would prepare for the worst

00:08:05.300 --> 00:08:07.710 and let's hope for the best,

00:08:07.710 --> 00:08:11.650 so I know that. It doesn't.

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8 minutes, 13 seconds

Safety Officer Pat Sparks goes over everything you need to know about safety for the event.

 
 

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