PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Subway restaurant on Liberty Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh has been hit with a consumer alert over a cockroach infestation.READ MORE: Steelers Cornerback Joe Haden To Miss Cincinnati Bengals Game
The Allegheny County Health Department posted the alert on their website.
According to the Tribune Review, inspectors found cockroaches in several places including under the drink machine, radiators and in a cabinet under a sink.READ MORE: Disease Management Areas Expanded After Chronic Wasting Disease Detected In Jefferson County
One even scurried out of the door while a KDKA photographer was at the scene.
The owner of the store tells the Trib that the cockroach issue is being addressed.
Other violations named on the Health Department’s website include: “foods health at unsafe temperatures; lack of Certified Food Protection Manager.”MORE NEWS: Young Man Who Was Accidentally Invited To 'Grandma's' Thanksgiving As A Teen Celebrates 6th Year Of Dinner Together
Inspectors will return to re-inspect the restaurant before the consumer alert is taken down.