Scranton Crash Caused By Medical Problem

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SCRANTON — Investigators in Lackawanna County say a man died as a result of a medical problem that led to a crash in Scranton.

The coroner said it happened at the intersection of Capouse Avenue and Poplar Street just after 9 p.m. on Sunday.

According to police, Michael Federovitch, 54, of Scranton died at the hospital after his vehicle hit a wall.

The coroner said Federovitch died as a result of a coronary event and his death is due to natural causes.