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This is an appeal from an order of the Industrial Commission holding that claimant was totally and permanently disabled under the odd-lot doctrine, see Smith v. Payette County, 105 Idaho 618, 671 P.2d 1081 (1983); Lyons v. Industrial Special Indemnity Fund, 98 Idaho 403, 565 P.2d 1360 (1977), and allocating the amount of benefits to be paid plaintiff by the employer/surety and the Industrial Special Indemnity Fund. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand. Claimant Carey had injured his back in 1968, had a lumbar disc removed, and been off work for a year. Thereafter, although he had had some difficulty with his back and had noted discomfort on occasion, he had had little work difficulty. In November 1977, during the course of his employment with Clearwater County Road Department, and while he was attempting to lift and reset a guardrail post weighing about 200 pounds, claimant felt a ripping, burning sensation in his lower back. He continued to notice discomfort in the area of his low back.