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Wednesday — March 20, 2013

| Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review
Ryan Shaner pauses on Wednesday near the charred wreckage of a pickup truck that was loaded with explosives Tuesday when a man drove it into his home in Clearfield Township, Cambria County. Shaner and his father, William, were injured in explosion that destroyed the home.
Heidi Murrin | Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh Police Officer Bill Watts, left, rewards his K-9 Nix after he found a toy during a tracking training session in North Park on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. Butler City Officer Dave Villotti set up the course. Officers from Pittsburgh, Mercer, Robinson, Butler, and Uniontown were out at the park with ten dogs learning to track. The young dogs, 13-22 month old German shepherds, are in the first month of their three-month-long training.
Evan R. Sanders | Daily Courier
Brooke Emert (left) and teammate Samantha Fencil, both with the Mt. Pleasant Vikings Junior Varsity Softball Team, keep warm with multiple blankets during a scrimmage against Latrobe at Mt. Pleasant Area High School on Wednesday, March 20, 2013.
Evan R. Sanders | Daily Courier
Volunteers Pat Tarasan (left) of Scottdale and Helen Lape of Dickerson Run assist blood donors with snacks and beverages during an American Red Cross Blood Drive, hosted at Christ United Methodist Church in Scottdale on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. The blood drive takes place at the church every other month.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Chris A. Hoffman, 34, is transported to the Allegheny County Jail by Pittsburgh police detectives after he was charged with the stabbing death of his sister, Lora R. Hoffman, 31, during a domestic dispute at 10:25 p.m. on Tuesday at a home on Allendale Circle in Sheraden. Photo taken March 20, 2013.
James Knox | Tribune-Review
The Squirrel Hill Tunnel as seen Wednesday March 20, 2013 will close starting this Friday evening and remain closed all weekend as a part of an ongoing $49.5 million project to raise the clearance inside the tunnel by 2 feet.
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Workers from J.F. Shea Construction in Mount Pleasant begin demolition of the deteriorating bridge at the entrance to Memorial Park in New Kensington on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. The work is part of a $75,000 project to replace the bridge, which is believed to be at least 70 years old. Once the new bridge is in place, equipment needed to replace the restrooms and a pavilion will have access to the park and those projects can begin. During the bridge work, which could take a couple weeks, no visitors' vehicles can enter the park.
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