Fall is the perfect time to engage in free activities and the change of colors and temperatures make it appropriate to explore the wonders and environment of the Pittsburgh region.
Caution tape surrounds the apartment building in Pittsburgh’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood after bricks fell from a chimney during Tuesday afternoon’s earthquake. The bricks smashed onto a picnic table a short distance from a 6-year-old boy.
If you were sitting down, the earthquake that shook the Pittsburgh area was hard to miss. “The earthquake shaking in our area lasted maybe about 20 seconds or so and there was really no danger to people, but it was definitely noticeable,” Pitt Geophysicist Bill Harbert said.