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Thursday - December 19, 2013

| Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
A volunteer fire fighter works to remove debris fueling a large fire at Accent Fuels in Homer City on December 19, 2013.
Cindy Shegan keeley | Daily News
Military police Sgt. Byron Portillo shops with Allegheny County Deputy Sheriffs Jeff Belback, Kayla Younge and Lindsey Perry at the North Versailles Walmart on Thursday. They were part of an annual Toys for Tots shopping program at the store. 'We welcome the opportunity to make someone's Christmas a little brighter,' Sheriff William Mullen said.
Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Amy-Beth and Jeremy Shurina stand beside the sign they erected after thieves stole all but one of the Christmas decorations they had in their yard on Campbell Avenue in New Kensington.
Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Derrick Anderson, of Carnegie, determines the measurement of a piece of metal while working on a vertical lathe at the New Century Careers facility on the South Side, Thursday, December 19, 2013.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Justin Krappweis, 23 of Scott Township dries off cars while at work at Mr. Magic Car Wash along Washington Pike in Bridgeville Thursday.
James Knox | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The food distribution is in full swing at the Hazelwood YMCA Food Pantry on Thursday, December 19, 2013. This is the last food distribution until the holidays.

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

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