Naming exit after fallen hero

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HARRISBURG, Pa. --  Members of the state house transportation committee taking up a bill to honor a state trooper who died in the line of duty.  The exit on interstate 84 in Pike County could soon honor Corporal Bryon Dickson.  The exit is known as the Blooming Grove exit.  Police say Eric Frein shot and killed Dickson in last year's ambush at the state police barracks in Blooming Grove.  The state senate unanimously voted in April to name the exit after Dickson.