Deaths of two men at YMCA not suspicious
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Autopsies have been scheduled on two men found dead in separate rooms of the North Side YMCA in Pittsburgh, though authorities say their deaths are not considered suspicious.
The Allegheny County medical examiner has identified one of the men found dead as 52-year-old Patrick Patterson, of McKees Rocks. The other man has yet to be positively identified.
Police Lt. Kevin Kraus says the men lived on the same floor in separate apartments before they were found dead Monday morning.
Homicide detectives were called to investigate, though the deaths were not believed to be related to foul play.
The autopsies were scheduled for later Tuesday.
No other residents were reported to be ill or at-risk.
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