John Flynn’s associates

Associates of the Rev John Flynn

The Canberra Suburb of Flynn was named after the Rev John Flynn OBE; Presbyterian Minister and Missionary; mainly responsible for the formation of the Australian Inland Mission Aerial Medical Service in 1928, the forerunner of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia.

For more information on John Flynn, refer : https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/22/john-flynn/

The streets in the Canberra Suburb of Flynn were named after associates of the Rev John Flynn. The following descriptive-information was obtained from the website : The Canberra suburb, Flynn : http://www.actpla.act.gov.au/tools_resources/place_search (search Flynn)

Barber Crescent
John Andrew Barber
Born: 1873 Died: 1958
Patrol organiser, Australian Inland Mission; superintendent during Flynn’s absence, 1929-30; Associate Council Member, Flying Doctor Service, Victorian Section; Chairman, Aerial Medical Advisory Committee
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/21/john-barber/

Bennett Place
Agnes Elizabeth Lloyd Bennett
Born: 1872 Died: 1960
OBE; First woman doctor to take up hospital work in New Zealand, 1910; served in the Royal Flying Doctor Service, North Queensland, 1938-39.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/agnes-bennett/

Bingle Street
Alison Seymour Bingle
Born: 1895 Died: 1971
President, New South Wales Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1960-62; Council Member, 1955-70.
http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=910422

Bird Place
Herbert John Bird
Born: 1895 Died: 1966
Acting Secretary, Joint Meeting for Co-operation between Australian Aerial Medical Services, South Australia Section, and South Australian Centenary Women’s Council, 1936.
http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/1741166

Blackwell Circuit
Thomas Blackwell
Born: N/A Died: 1968
Patrol Minister, Federal Methodist Inland Mission, Port Hedland, Western Australia, 1956-63. Additional information provided by Rev. Deacon Joe Blackwell : Born Full Name: Thomas Blackwell was born 30 July 1928 Stanley, Durham Shire in England. Emigrated to Western Australia at 3 months (Late 1928) settling in Bruce Rock WA. Early Church Training Moved to Perth and sort ministry training with Methodist Church (WA Conference) at 14 years (1943 approx). Sent for training as Home Missionary at Otera College, Melbourne returning to WA when 16 years where he operated as a Home Missionary until 1949. 1949-1950 attended Leigh Theological College, Strathfield, Sydney as a Ministry Student returning to WA, city and country appointments, as a Probationary Minister within the Methodist Church. Ordained Reverend Thomas Blackwell was ordained a Methodist Minister in Wesley Methodist Church Perth WA on 29 February 1956 and appointed Patrol Minister with the Federal Methodist Inland Mission stationed at Port Hedland WA. Married Married in Hornsby, Sydney NSW on 12 April 1956 returning to Port Hedland WA appointment. Ordained Ministry 1956 – 1963 Patrol Minister, Federal Methodist Inland Mission at Port Hedland WA 1963 – 1967 Methodist Minister, Methodist Church (WA Conference) at Bayswater, Perth WA 1968 – 1968 Methodist Minister, Methodist Church (NSW Conference) at Coolamon NSW Died Died 22 November 1968 at Wagga Wagga NSW and is buried at Coolamon NSW. (Aged 40 years)
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/thomas-blackwell/

Brodie Place
Frederic Arthur Brodie
Born: 1897 Died: 1963
Member, Provisional Committee, New South Wales Section, Australian Aerial Medical Services, 1935; pastoralist; member, Australian Meat Board.

Clarnette Place
Henry Clarnette
Born: 1898 Died: 1954
Member, Methodist Inland Mission Board; former President, Victoria and Tasmania Conference, Methodist Church of Australasia.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/50593922

Companion Crescent
The ‘Bushman’s Companion’ was a small volume composed mainly by John Flynn for the benefit of outback residents; first published in 1910; contained sections on first aid, bible readings, funeral service, calendar, etc.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/08/07/the-bushmans-companion/
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/21/john-barber/

Crawford Crescent
Harold Crawford
Born: N/A Died: 1957
OBE; Senior Medical Counsellor and Council Member, Queensland Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1940-57.

Day Place
Frances Day
Born: N/A Died: 1956
Nursing assistant in the Royal Flying Doctor Service; killed in a plane crash while on duty in February 1956.

Dobinson Place
Ann Dobinson
Born: N/A Died: 1970
Secretary, Australian Inland Mission Board, 1959-64 and later was Promotions Officer, Victoria.

Dolling Crescent
Dorothy Barber Clarke Dolling
Born: 1897 Died: 1967
Councillor and Executive Member, South Australia Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, and its President, 1950-51; established the South Australia Women’s Centenary Memorial Fund, from which $10,000 was donated towards building the Royal Flying Doctor Service Central Section, Alice Springs; State Secretary, Country Women’s Association of South Australia.
http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/dolling-dorothy-eleanor-ethel-victoria-georgina-barber-10031

Ferguson Place
John Ferguson
Born: 1852 Died: 1925
Chairman and Executive, Presbyterian Federal Home Mission Board, 1912-14; instigated publication of John Flynn’s report on a survey of religious conditions, `Northern Territory and Central Australia – A Call to the Church’.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/30/john-ferguson/

Flierl Place
Johannes Flierl
Born: 1858 Died: 1947
Missionary, Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory, 1878-85; founded Hope Vale Mission and helped to found Bloomfield Mission, both near Cooktown, Queensland, 1886; Founder and President, Lutheran Mission, New Guinea, 1886-1930.
More on Hope Vale Mission : https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/the-hope-vale-mission/
More on Johannes Flierl : https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/29/johann-flierl/

Fulford Place
Reginald Moffatt Fulford
Born: 1892 Died: 1945
Council member, South Australia Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service; representative of Bush Church Aid Society.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/02/09/reginald-fulford

Goessling Place
Johannes Friedrich Goessling
Born: 1838 Died: 1917
Missionary; arrived in South Australia, 1866; founded and served at Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory, 1866-67; later served in New South Wales, New Zealand and Queensland.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35897686

Harland Place
Coledge Harland
Born: 1884 Died: 1963
Patrol Padre, travelling by camel, Australian Inland Mission, Oodnadatta, South Australia; from 1919-c1923 worked at Australian Aerial Ambulance Service (later Royal Flying Doctor Service) base.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/04/10/coledge-harland/

Hedland Circuit
Australian Aerial Ambulance Service (later Royal Flying Doctor Service) base opened in 1935; operated by Army personnel, 1941-44.

Heriot Place
Frederick Llewellyn Heriot
Born: 1884 Died: 1956
First Minister to be appointed by Reverend John Flynn to Cloncurry area, 1915; first Member of Australian Inland Mission to use car for patrol work; set foundations for Australian Inland Mission work in Gulf in far western areas of Queensland where later the original experiment of flying doctor work and pedal radio communication were carried out.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/frederick-heriot/

Herschell Circuit
Charles Richard Herschell
Born: 1877 Died: 1962
CBE; President, Council of Victorian Section, Australian Aerial Medical Services, 1936-40; represented Victorian Section at meeting to form Federal Council, 1936.;
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/charles-herschell

Holden Place
Albert Thomas Holden
Born: 1866 Died: 1936
CBE; Methodist Minister, 1887; General Superintendent, Methodist Home Missions, 1904-32; Secretary-General, Methodist Church of Australasia, 1929-32; Director, Methodist Inland Missions from 1926; President-General, Methodist Church of Australasia from 1932.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/albert-holden/

Homann Place
August Hermann Ernst Homann
Born: 1838 Died: 1915
Missionary; arrived in South Australia in 1966; founded and served at Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory, 1866-71.

Hooper Crescent
John William Dunbar Hooper
Born: 1860 Died: 1934
British Medical Association representative, Australian Inland Mission Aerial Medical Service Advisory Committee, 1927-34.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/04/10/dunbar-hooper

Hooper Place
John William Dunbar Hooper
Born: 1860 Died: 1934
British Medical Association representative, Australian Inland Mission Aerial Medical Service Advisory Committee, 1927-34.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/04/10/dunbar-hooper

Huelin Circuit
Frederick James Huelin
Born: 1881 Died: 1953
Secretary, Western Australian Advisory Flying Doctor Committee; Vice-President, Western Australia Section, Australian Aerial Medical Services, 1936; Under-Secretary for Public Health, Western Australia.

Inlander Crescent
`The Inlander’ was the name of a quarterly magazine, first issued in December 1913, published by the Presbyterian Home Mission Board; many issues were edited personally by John Flynn.
For more on The Inlander
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/03/10/the-inlander/
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2012/09/25/kingsley-skipper-partridge

Jacob Place
Johann Ernest Jacob
Born: 1835 Died: 1907
Lay helper; helped to found and served at Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory from 1866-1907.
http://www.treloars.com/item/27343/a-vintage-photograph-of-the-departure-from-the-barossa-valley

Joyner Crescent
Joyner Place
Malcolm Stewart Joyner
Born:1904 Died: 1965
Council Member, South Australia Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1957-65; President, 1964-65; Director, Royal Australian Army Dental Corps, 1958-64.

Love Street
James Robert Beattie Love
Born: 1889 Died: 1947
MC; DCM; Presbyterian missionary; Superintendent, Port George IV Mission Station, Australian Inland Mission, Western Australia; school teacher and author of anthropological work `Stone Age Bushmen of Today’.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/james-love/

Meiklejohn Place
John Meiklejohn
Born: 1841 Died: 1915
A founder of the Australian Inland Mission; first Moderator-General, Presbyterian Church of Australia; member, Board of Home Missions.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/31/john-meiklejohn/

Miethke Place
Adelaide Laetitia Miethke
Born: 1881 Died: 1962
CBE; Pioneer member, South Australia Section, Australian Aerial Medical Services, from its inception in 1937; contributed largely to the establishment of the first School of the Air, Alice Springs, 1951; President, National Council of Women, South Australia and Commonwealth.
http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/miethke-adelaide-laetitia-7571

Millard Place
Reginald Jeffery Millard
Born: 1868 Died: 1944
CBE; CMG; Council Member, New South Wales Section, Flying Doctor Service; served in New South Wales Government Medical Services, 1892-1933.

Murrell Place
Victor Murrell
Born: 1917 Died: 1969
Australian Inland Mission Patrol Padre, South Australia, 1950s.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35863450?selectedversion=NBD42687955
http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-149770919/view
http://caseycardinialinkstoourpast.blogspot.com.au/2012/11/the-australian-inland-mission-and.html
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/7a618-murrell1.jpg

Newland Street
Henry Simpson Newland
Born: 1875 Died: 1964
CBE; DSO; President, Council of South Australia Section, Australian Aerial Medical Services, 1937-45.

Noble Place
Raymond John Noble
Born: 1915 Died: 1964
Methodist Inland Missioner serving in Kimberley Patrol and at Alice Springs; Deputy Director and Chaplain to Forces, 1937-46.
http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/1983949

Nulsen Circuit
Emil Nulsen
Born: 1886 Died: 1965
Served on Council of Western Australia Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1946-65; MLA, Western Australia, 1932-62; Cabinet Minister for fourteen years in four Labor Governments.

Oster Place
Phillip Jakob Oster
Born: 1830 Died: 1897
Chairman, Joint Cooper’s Creek Mission Committee, 1863-75; President, Evangelical Lutheran Synod of South Australia.
http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/466180

Pattinson Crescent
Lewy Miall Pattinson
Born: 1853 Died: 1944
Donor to Flying Doctor Service; founder of the firm Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Company, chemists.
History of Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Company, chemists. http://www.whsp.com.au/our_history/index.asp

Pither Close
Alfred George Pither
Born: 1908 Died: 1971
CBE; Council Member, Victorian Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1964-71; Chairman, Federal Council Radio Sub-committee, and architect of Royal Flying Doctor Service entry into single side band era; Director of Telecommunications, RAAF, 1954-59. http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/pither-alfred-george-11431

Plowman Place
Robert Bruce Plowman
Born: 1886 Died: 1968
First Australian Inland Mission Patrol Padre at Oodnadatta, South Australia, 1913-18; although not ordained he carried out all duties of a Minister; wrote `Camel Pads’, `The Boundary Rider’, and `The Man from Oodnadatta’.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/robert-bruce-plowman/

Ramage Place
Thomas R Ramage
Born: N/A Died: 1925
Secretary, Australian Inland Mission, 1919-25.

Rechner Place
Gustav Julius Rechner
Born: 1830 Died: 1907
President, Evangelical Lutheran Immanuel Synod and Member, Cooper’s Creek Mission Committee; Chairman, Mission Committee, Evangelical Lutheran Immanuel Synod, 1874-1900; later President.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/23/gustav-rechner/

Rentoul Place
Thomas Craike Rentoul
Born: 1882 Died: 1948
Director, Methodist Inland Mission; editor of magazine `The Methodist Inland Link’; Methodist Chaplain-General; President, Methodist Conference of Victoria and Tasmania in the 1940s.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/23/thomas-rentoul/

Reuther Place
Reuther Street
Johannes Georg Reuther
Born: 1861 Died: 1914
Missionary, Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory, 1888-1906; wrote many articles on Dieri natives and contributed to Dieri tribe’s artefacts in South Australia Museum, Adelaide; translated `New Testament’ in Dieri language.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/10/17/johannes-georg-reuther/

Rolland Place
Francis Rolland
Born: 1878 Died: 1965
Patrolling Minister, Smith of Dunesk Mission at Beltana, South Australia, 1905-08; conceived plan for bush hospitals, later taken over by John Flynn; responsible for establishing first nursing hospital at Oodnadatta, South Australia, 1911; later became Headmaster at Geelong College, and Moderator-General, Presbyterian Church of Australia.
http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/rolland-sir-francis-william-frank-8261

Rose Place
Norman Henry Rose
Born: 1912 Died: 1967
MBE; General Medical Superintendent, Sydney Hospital, for twenty years; council member, New South Wales Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1959-67; President, 1966.
http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/2017778

Rossell Place
Jack McFadzean Rossell
Born: N/A Died: 1975
Flying doctor of Cloncurry, 1934-35; took part in 1936 survey which resulted in the establishment of Broken Hill base.
http://portraitofanation.com.au/flynn/rossell-place

Ryle Place
Matthew Freeman Ryle
Born: 1903 Died: 1971
Assistant radio operator, Wyndham base, 1939-61; Base Director at Wyndham, 1941-42, 1945-62; Base Director at Hall’s Creek, 1942-45
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/12234157?q&versionId=174400721
https://www.ourpageinhistory.org.au/familyprofile/ryle-family

Sanderson Close
William Lachlan Sanderson
Born: 1891 Died: 1957
CBE; MC; Croix-de-Guerre; involved in submitting to Department of Health, Western Australia, proposals for establishment of Frontier Medical Service for north-west and Kimberleys, 1932; Council Member, Western Australia Section, Australian Aerial Medical Services, 1934-37; Member, Federal Council; Secretary, Western Australia Pastoralists’ Association.
http://www.awm.gov.au/research/people/honours_and_awards/person/R1509757/?roll_type=Awards

Schwarz Place
Georg Heinrich Schwarz
Born: 1869 Died: 1959
Missionary, Hope Vale Lutheran Mission Station, near Cooktown, Queensland, 1887-1946; translated hymns, catechism and bible stories into Koko-Yimidir language.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/georg-schwarz/
More on Hope Vale Mission : https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/the-hope-vale-mission/
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William Friedrich Schwarz
Born: 1842 Died: 1920
Missionary, Evangelical Lutheran South Australian Synod; served at new mission at Finke River, Northern Territory, subsequently called Hermannsburg, 1875, 1879-89; served in various parishes, New Zealand and South Australia, 1890-1915.

The George Simpson Park
George Simpson
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/31/george-simpson/

Seal Place
Arthur William Edwin Seal
Born: N/A Died: 1964
Member, Australian Inland Mission Board, 1959-64.

Seddon Place
Harold Seddon
Born: 1881 Died: 1958
Mayor of Kalgoorlie; President, Council of Eastern Goldfields, Western Australia Section of Australian Aerial Medical Services, 1937-51; President, Western Australia Legislative Council, 1946-54.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Seddon

Spalding Street
J Atcheson Spalding
Born: N/A Died: 1970
Flying doctor appointed by Reverend John Flynn; served at Cloncurry, 1929-30; stabilised procedure of relationship with local hospitals and ambulance brigades.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/05/23/j-atcheson-spalding/

Strehlow Place
Carl Friedrich Theodore Strehlow
Born: 1871 Died: 1922
Missionary, Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory, 1892-94; re-opened Hermannsburg Mission, Finke River, for Evangelical Lutheran Immanuel Synod, 1894; served at Hermannsburg, 1894-1922; helped translate New Testament into Dieri language; translated New Testament into Aranda language.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/carl-strehlow/http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s4690746.htm

Tulloch Place
George Tulloch
Born: 1878 Died: 1946
George Tulloch was born 7th December 1878 on Fetlar, one of the Shetland Islands, and died on 29th August 1946 in Perth. He came to Queensland in 1901 and became a Home Missionary with the Presbyterian Church. He was a Council member, Western Australia Section, Flying Doctor Service from its inception in 1935-36.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/george-tulloch/

Vickers Crescent
Allan Robert Stanley Vickers
Born: 1901 Died: 1967
CMG; OBE; KStJ; Medical Superintendent, Cloncurry Base, Australian Inland Mission Aerial Medical Service, 1931-34; District Medical Officer, Broome, Western Australia, 1934-35; Flying Doctor, Port Hedland, 1938-40; established second Queensland Flying Doctor base, Charleville, 1942-55; Chief Medical Officer, Queensland Section, from 1955. http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/museum/mwmuseum/index.php/Vickers,_Allan
http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/vickers-allan-robert-stanley-8919
The Allan Vickers Outdoor Theatre http://www.cloncurry.qld.gov.au/john-flynn-place

Victory Place
Name of the first flying doctor aircraft, a De Havilland D H 50; (VH-UER) the name was selected by John Flynn to commemorate financial help from Hugh Victor McKay of Sunshine, Victoria.
More on Hugh Victor McKay : https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/22/hugh-victor-mckay/
and John Clifford Peel
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/john-clifford-peel/

Vogelsang Place
Hermann Heinrich Vogelsang
Born: 1832 Died: 1913
Lay helper; Hermann arrived in South Australia, 1866; helped to found and served at Killalpaninna Lutheran Mission Station, Cooper’s Creek, Northern Territory, 1866-1913.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/22/hermann-vogelsang/

Welch Place
Kenyon St Vincent Welch
Born: 1884 Died: 1942
First ‘flying’ doctor; medical officer, Cloncurry base, Queensland, 1928-29.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/05/30/kenyon-st-vincent-welch/

Wilkinson Street
William Stanley Wilkinson
Born: 1888 Died: 1969
Established the mobile dental unit, Royal Flying Doctor Service, which operated in the Kimberleys from 1954-60; President, Victorian Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1954-57; Dean of Faculty of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, 1925.
http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/709193

Willyama Place
Name of Beagle aircraft, VH-FDF, which commenced operations from Broken Hill in 1969 for the New South Wales Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Winter Street
Olive Winter
Born: N/A Died: 1942
Secretary, Eastern Goldfields, Western Australia Section, Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Wyles Place
David Wyles
Born: N/A Died: 1970
Member, Australian Inland Mission Board, 1946-69; Secretary of the Board for three years.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/35859528?q&versionId=45536766

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Traeger Street, Canberra suburb of Dunlop
Alfred Traeger
Born: 1895 Died: 1980
Born at Glenlee, Dimboola, Victoria; worked for John Flynn from 1926 when Flynn was planning his Australian Inland Mission Aerial Medical Service for remote communities; invented the pedal wireless; when the first pedal sets had been introduced in Queensland in 1929, the invention created a communications revolution by diminishing the loneliness of the inland; invented a typewriter Morse keyboard, 1933; appointed OBE in 1944; continued inventing: he designed a turbine-driven car and used solar power to convert salt water to fresh water.
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2011/05/23/alfred-traeger/
also : https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/edward-dunlop/

More information on the above men and women may be contained in the Australian Dictionary of Biography Online http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/adbonline.htm

While it is not known for certain if all of the above were ‘Christian’, all obviously would have supported the work of the Rev John Flynn.

Other associates of John Flynn
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/02/09/reginald-fulford/
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/fred-mckay/
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2012/09/25/kingsley-skipper-partridge/
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/john-clifford-peel/
https://atributetoaustralianchristians.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/northern-territory-and-central-australia-a-call-to-the-church

Video of John Flynn’s –  A Mantle of Safetymantle

Produced by Frontier Services: Duration 15 Minutes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ORGfjFqZArc
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