PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) — A memorial fund has been set up for the family of the missing Dormont man who was found dead near the railroad tracks in Station Square this week.
Ronald Yancoskie, 35, was a husband and a father to a 7-month-old son.
He disappeared after attending a Pirates game with some friends and co-workers on Wednesday.
His body was found the next afternoon near the Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks above Station Square. He was expected to catch the T nearby that would have taken him home to Dormont after the game.
Yancoskie’s wife says he texted her from the ballgame about wanting to take her to PNC Park in the near future. He was last seen walking to the train stop about 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Investigators have said they believe Yancoskie’s death was accidental. An autopsy was to be performed on Friday.
If you would like to help his family, click the link below:
The money raised will go toward helping his wife, Jessica, and their young son.
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