PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Family and fellow firefighters are mourning the death of a young Pittsburgh native who died during a firefighter training session in Buffalo.

Jarrett Eleam, 26, who played football at Oliver High School and graduated from Duquesne University, passed away Wednesday night.

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He was rushed to the hospital on Monday during a training session at the Big Tree Fire Company in Buffalo where he’d been living for the past two years.

His sister, Darneice Bivins, tells KDKA Jarrett had a stroke.

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Jarrett was an organ donor. Several of his organs will help save the lives of patients across the country.

“His liver is going to a woman in Rochester, a mother of three. His heart is going to a linebacker in Washington, D.C. and his lungs – here’s the best part ever – they’re coming home to Pittsburgh,” Bivins told KDKA’s Kym Gable by telephone.

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A full firefighter’s funeral is being planned for sometime early next week at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in the Hill District. Hundreds of firefighters are expected to attend.