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Walking on broken glass

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Walking on broken glass

Gracey Evans | The Globe
An outward-facing window in the Globe and WPPJ office began cracking around 3 p.m. on Monday while students were inside the offices. Public safety responded to the situation immediately, and the window was pushed from the inside out onto the sidewalk of Fort Pitt Boulevard. Plywood is now temporarily covering the opening, and according to an engineer for the university, it is undetermined as to when the window will be repaired. This is due to the glass company having to special order the tempered glass.

Gracey Evans | The Globe An outward-facing window in the Globe and WPPJ office began cracking around 3 p.m. on Monday while students were inside the offices. Public safety responded to the situation immediately, and the window was pushed from the inside out onto the sidewalk of Fort Pitt Boulevard. Plywood is now temporarily covering the opening, and according to an engineer for the university, it is undetermined as to when the window will be repaired. This is due to the glass company having to special order the tempered glass.

Photo by Gracey Evans

Gracey Evans | The Globe An outward-facing window in the Globe and WPPJ office began cracking around 3 p.m. on Monday while students were inside the offices. Public safety responded to the situation immediately, and the window was pushed from the inside out onto the sidewalk of Fort Pitt Boulevard. Plywood is now temporarily covering the opening, and according to an engineer for the university, it is undetermined as to when the window will be repaired. This is due to the glass company having to special order the tempered glass.

Photo by Gracey Evans

Photo by Gracey Evans

Gracey Evans | The Globe An outward-facing window in the Globe and WPPJ office began cracking around 3 p.m. on Monday while students were inside the offices. Public safety responded to the situation immediately, and the window was pushed from the inside out onto the sidewalk of Fort Pitt Boulevard. Plywood is now temporarily covering the opening, and according to an engineer for the university, it is undetermined as to when the window will be repaired. This is due to the glass company having to special order the tempered glass.

Written By Gracey Evans, News Photo Editor

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