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The giant duck swam away from Point State Park Monday morning. In its time here, the duck drew people from all over as more than a million visitors came to see it.
It seems like just yesterday that the giant yellow rubber duck came floating into Downtown Pittsburgh. However, Sunday was the last day it would be docked at Point State Park.
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On Friday afternoon, it happened. The first sighting of the giant Rubber Duck for the folks waiting at The Point.