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If you want to add your voice and contribute to this existing news event, use the event code
(Event Code: @12695992), that you will find on each news event page, as the first word of the
SMS or MMS message followed by a space then add your contribution (text, image or video). For example:
@12695992 This is an amazing video of Greg Norman hitting a hole-in-one in Sydney, Australia.
The first word of the message should be @12695992 (event code), to make sure the system attaches
your voice to the right news event.