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Friday - September 6, 2013

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Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Lower Burrell Police officer Ken Smail walks near a fan blowing natural gas fumes away from a house after a BMW struck a gas meter and the Watson Realty building on Craigdell Road in Lower Burrell on Friday, Sept. 6, 2013.
Eric Schmadel | Tribune-Review
Jadine Angelo of Normalville helps her daughter Avynne Angelo, 3, on the monkey bars Friday, Sept. 6, 2013, at Frick Park in Mt. Pleasant.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Evey Stiglich, 5 of Shaler climbs the spider web-like structure at the Blue Slide Playground Friday September 6, 2013 in Frick Park.
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Ruckus Meyers, 8 of Martins Ferry, OH, plays with a toy truck under his dad, Ron Meyers' tattoo booth at Meeting of the Marked 2013, a tattoo convention at the Monroeville Convention Center, Friday.
Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review
Members of the Seton Hill University wrestling team play a game of Ultimate Frisbee on the Greensburg campu after practice on Friday.
Guy Wathen | Tribune-Review
Jarnell Ellis, an employee of Windswept Promotions in Latrobe, sets up a stage Friday in preparation for Hempfield Community Days at Hempfield Park. Events will be held Saturday and Sunday for Community Days.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The Pittsburgh bomb squad is on the scene at the Yeshiva School Friday September 6, 2013 at the corner of Forbes Avenue and Denniston Street in Squirrel Hill.

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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