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A team of researchers and students from Mercyhurst University on Thursday climbed into a limestone cave atop a Washington County hillside to begin the process of cleaning up 16,000 years of history sullied by a single day of heavy rains. Read this Pittsburgh Tribune-Review report: July storm damages 16,000 years of history in Washington County. (Photo Tribune-Review)


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