PITTSBURGH - A man having a heart attack was saved by a police officer outside of Friday night’s Penguins game.
Officer Forest Hodges performed CPR on the man, 66, who collapsed while on his way to the game with his family.
The man was taken to UPMC Mercy and was listed in stable condition Saturday morning.
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