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Photos: Car cruise returns to Carnegie

| Tuesday, July 17, 2018, 2:48 p.m.
Will Zatolochenko, left, and son Viktor Zatolochenko look under the hood of a car parked during a car cruise on East Main Street in Carnegie on July 14, 2018. The cruise benefitted the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
Will Zatolochenko, left, and son Viktor Zatolochenko look under the hood of a car parked during a car cruise on East Main Street in Carnegie on July 14, 2018. The cruise benefitted the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
Scott Bowes peers inside an old pick-up truck parked on East Main Street in Carnegie on July 14, 2018. The cruise benefitted the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
Scott Bowes peers inside an old pick-up truck parked on East Main Street in Carnegie on July 14, 2018. The cruise benefitted the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
Rick D’Loss, left, and his grandsons, James and Tanner Maurer, cool off with an ice cream on a bench in front of the Flying Squirrel on July 14, 2018. The cruise benefitted the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
Rick D’Loss, left, and his grandsons, James and Tanner Maurer, cool off with an ice cream on a bench in front of the Flying Squirrel on July 14, 2018. The cruise benefitted the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.
Cars from all eras were parked on East Main Street in Carnegie on July 14, 2018 for a cruise organized by the Carnegie Borough Police Department. Chief Jeffery Kennedy said 139 owners signed up for the event.
Cars from all eras were parked on East Main Street in Carnegie on July 14, 2018 for a cruise organized by the Carnegie Borough Police Department. Chief Jeffery Kennedy said 139 owners signed up for the event.

More than 100 classic, antique and vintage vehicles parked on East Main Street on July 14 for a car cruise organized by the Carnegie Borough Police Department.

Through a 50/50 raffle, Chief Jeffrey Kennedy said the event raised $210 for the Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department.

The car cruise was Carnegie’s first in some years.

Kennedy and Mayor Stacie Riley both said they hoped to make event an annual occurrence.

“The community wanted us to bring it back,” Kennedy said. “We’re going to start doing them more often in Carnegie.”

Kennedy said the next cruise is being planned for September.

Matthew Guerry is a Tribune-Review contributing writer.

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