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Pittsburgh celebrates Fourth of July with annual fireworks show

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Teronn Thompson, left, sits with his girlfriend, Bre Wagner, while the pair watch along the Allegheny Riverfront on Thursday, July 4, 2019 during the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks display in Pittsburgh.
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A girl lights a sparkler before the start of the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks show along the Allegheny Riverfront on Thursday, July 4, 2019 during the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks display in Pittsburgh.
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Crowds watch along the Allegheny Riverfront on Thursday, July 4, 2019 during the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks display in Pittsburgh.
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Karl Raszewski, sits next to his son, Trip Raszewski, 6, of Trafford, as the sun sets before the start of the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks show along the Allegheny Riverfront on Thursday, July 4, 2019 in Pittsburgh.
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Fireworks explode over Point State Park on Thursday, July 4, 2019 during the EQT Flashes of Freedom fireworks display in Pittsburgh.

More than 50,000 people celebrated Thursday at the 18th annual Heinz Field Fourth of July Celebration.

The celebration featured food, fun and country singer Brandon Lay as the headliner.

The evening ended with the EQT Flashes of Freedom.

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