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De-Lam risk or not a big deal?

I got slammed around in some trees yesterday and I noticed 2 new "trouble spots" between my bindings that I assume resulted from that bruising experience.

I have included the best picture I could get of 1 of 2 same/similar "injuries" to my beloved '99 Rippey.



Is this a risk for de-lamination? I felt like just scabbing it in epoxy might do the trick, but before I marred the surface of the board I wanted to poll the community for thoughts/experiences.

So, any thoughts or experiences you would like to share with me on the subject? I would really appreciate any and all advice.

Thanks!
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