In this photo made on Saturday, March 1, 2014, Brian Scritchfield adds mushrooms to a small pizza ordered at Bobtown Pizza in Bobtown, Pa. The little pizza shop in the southwestern corner of Pennsylvania was placed in the spotlight when energy giant Chevron offered coupons for free pizza from their shop to people who live near the area where a natural gas well that exploded, killing one worker on Feb 11, 2014. Some news stories and internet opinion posts have been critical about the offer by Chevron Corp., but many residents of the town said they didn't mind the pizza offer. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
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