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Friday - September 20, 2013

Justin Merriman | Tribune-Review - Brandon Johnson, an employee with Halbleib Automotive, hooks chains up to an overturned car that was involved in an accident along Sarah Street and 22nd Street in the South Side on Friday afternoon.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Justin Merriman  |  Tribune-Review</em></div>Brandon Johnson, an employee with Halbleib Automotive, hooks chains up to an overturned car that was involved in an accident along Sarah Street and 22nd Street in the South Side on Friday afternoon.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Rebecca Dyck (left) and Tye Silverthorne from the Design Center downtown play Jenga in their temporary parklet they constructed Friday, September 20, 2013 in a parking space on Smithfield Street downtown. They were participating in PARK(ing) Day, an international movement reaching over 160 cities in 35 countries and 6 continents that started in San Francisco in 2005. Participants turn metered parking spaces into temporary parklets.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review</em></div>Rebecca Dyck (left) and Tye Silverthorne from the Design Center downtown play Jenga in their temporary parklet they constructed Friday, September 20, 2013 in a parking space on Smithfield Street downtown. They were participating in PARK(ing) Day, an international movement reaching over 160 cities in 35 countries and 6 continents that started in San Francisco in 2005. Participants turn metered parking spaces into temporary parklets.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Rebecca Dyck (right) and Tye Silverthorne from the Design Center downtown play Jenga in their temporary parklet they constructed Friday, September 20, 2013 in a parking space on Smithfield Street downtown. They were participating in PARK(ing) Day, an international movement reaching over 160 cities in 35 countries and 6 continents that started in San Francisco in 2005. Participants turn metered parking spaces into temporary parklets.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review</em></div>Rebecca Dyck (right) and Tye Silverthorne from the Design Center downtown play Jenga in their temporary parklet they constructed Friday, September 20, 2013 in a parking space on Smithfield Street downtown. They were participating in PARK(ing) Day, an international movement reaching over 160 cities in 35 countries and 6 continents that started in San Francisco in 2005. Participants turn metered parking spaces into temporary parklets.
Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review - A worker hangs new signage above the sidewalk around PNC Park before the Pirates game against the Reds Friday, Sept. 20, 2013.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Christopher Horner  |  Tribune-Review</em></div>A worker hangs new signage above the sidewalk around PNC Park before the Pirates game against the Reds Friday, Sept. 20, 2013.
JC Schisler | Tribune-Review - Athletic trainer Missy Bauer, who works at the Allegheny Health Network Sports Medicine and Concussion Clinic, guides Riverhounds soccer player Sterling Flunder through a series of balance tests during a demonstration of the C3 Logix mobile technology on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>JC Schisler  |  Tribune-Review</em></div>Athletic trainer Missy Bauer, who works at the Allegheny Health Network Sports Medicine and Concussion Clinic, guides Riverhounds soccer player Sterling Flunder through a series of balance tests during a demonstration of the C3 Logix mobile technology on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013.
JC Schisler | Tribune-Review - Riverhounds soccer player Sterling Flunder performs a “Choice Reaction Time” test on an iPad on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013. The application guides participants through a series of balance tests to assess whether the user has a concussion
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>JC Schisler  |  Tribune-Review</em></div>Riverhounds soccer player Sterling Flunder performs a “Choice Reaction Time” test on an iPad on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013. The application guides participants through a series of balance tests to assess whether the user has a concussion
JC Schisler | Tribune-Review - Allegheny Health Network Sports Medicine senior athletic trainer Karen Richards (right) guides Riverhounds player Sterling Flunder through an optical test using an iPad, as athletic trainer Missy Bauer observes the procedure on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, in Highmark Stadium in the South Side.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>JC Schisler  |  Tribune-Review</em></div>Allegheny Health Network Sports Medicine senior athletic trainer Karen Richards (right) guides Riverhounds player Sterling Flunder through an optical test using an iPad, as athletic trainer Missy Bauer observes the procedure on Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, in Highmark Stadium in the South Side.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Local 3 Iron Workers Jason France (left) and Adam Bowser move the ceremonial final beam during a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new Children’s Hospital site in South Fayette Township Friday, September 20, 2013. The steel beam was painted white and signed by representatives from Children’s, South Fayette Township, and the project team. As part of a construction tradition, the beam was then placed at the highest point of the steel structure.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review</em></div>Local 3 Iron Workers Jason France (left) and Adam Bowser move the ceremonial final beam during a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new Children’s Hospital site in South Fayette Township Friday, September 20, 2013. The steel beam was painted white and signed by representatives from Children’s, South Fayette Township, and the project team. As part of a construction tradition, the beam was then placed at the highest point of the steel structure.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Local 3 Iron Workers move the ceremonial final beam during a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new Children’s Hospital site in South Fayette Township Friday, September 20, 2013. The steel beam was painted white and signed by representatives from Children’s, South Fayette Township, and the project team. As part of a construction tradition, the beam was then placed at the highest point of the steel structure.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review</em></div>Local 3 Iron Workers move the ceremonial final beam during a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new Children’s Hospital site in South Fayette Township Friday, September 20, 2013. The steel beam was painted white and signed by representatives from Children’s, South Fayette Township, and the project team. As part of a construction tradition, the beam was then placed at the highest point of the steel structure.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review - Local 3 Iron Workers sign the ceremonial final beam during a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new Children’s Hospital site in South Fayette Township Friday, September 20, 2013. The steel beam was painted white and signed by representatives from Children’s, South Fayette Township, and the project team. As part of a construction tradition, the beam was then placed at the highest point of the steel structure.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review</em></div>Local 3 Iron Workers sign the ceremonial final beam during a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new Children’s Hospital site in South Fayette Township Friday, September 20, 2013. The steel beam was painted white and signed by representatives from Children’s, South Fayette Township, and the project team. As part of a construction tradition, the beam was then placed at the highest point of the steel structure.
Erica Dietz | Valley News Dispatch - Modified Concrete Suppliers employees carry a back-up pump to where latex concrete sealant seeped into a tributary of Pine Run in Washington Township on Thursday. Investigators said Modified Concrete Suppliers dumped about 800 gallons of the substance on their property along Route 380, causing the chemical to drain into the tributary near the Composidie company along North Washington Road.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Erica Dietz  |  Valley News Dispatch</em></div>Modified Concrete Suppliers employees carry a back-up pump to where latex concrete sealant seeped into a tributary of Pine Run in Washington Township on Thursday. Investigators said Modified Concrete Suppliers dumped about 800 gallons of the substance on their property along Route 380, causing the chemical to drain into the tributary near the Composidie company along North Washington Road.

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