SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. (AP) — A wetsuit, air tank and flippers usually aren't the preferred attire for carving a pumpkin, but about 30 people required them over the weekend.

Divers from all over western Pennsylvania and as far as West Virginia participated in an underwater pumpkin-carving event Sunday hosted by Freeport-based Scott's Scuba Service. The event was held at Crusty's Quarry in Slippery Rock, which the business uses as a training and recreational diving facility.

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