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February 23, 2012

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley revisits the Johnstown Flood National Memorial, which honors the victims and tells the story of one of the biggest single disasters of the 19th century. Viewers also go on a two-wheel "Segway" tour of the Clarion River Valley, and are introduced to Bonnie's Bus, which provides life-saving mammograms to women in rural West Virgina.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Michael Bartley revisits the Johnstown Flood National Memorial, which honors the victims and tells the story of one of the biggest single disasters of the 19th century. Viewers also go on a two-wheel "Segway" tour of the Clarion River Valley, and are introduced to Bonnie's Bus, which provides life-saving mammograms to women in rural West Virgina.


Related Links

Bonnie's Bus - Mobile Mammography Program

Johnstown Flood National Memorial

Segway of Western PA

 


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