Allegheny millworker, 40, dies after collapsing in the middle of the road in south of Pittsburgh article A 40-year-old Allegheny Millworker has died after collapsing while crossing a road.
Allegheny County Coroner Steve Stahl says the cause of death is a heart attack.
He says the employee was pronounced dead on the scene.
We will have more information about the investigation as it becomes available.
The Associated Press reports that the worker, identified by family as Paul K., was walking southbound in the area of U.S. 41 and Route 576 near the Pittsburgh River at about 3:45 p.m.
Saturday when he collapsed on the side of the highway.
He was taken to Allegheny General Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
We will have information about what happened and what led up to this incident as it become available, Stahl said.