Coroner: Cause of death pending in Airville man's death
- Coroner's report: Toxicology results are pending for a man found dead in his car in Delta on Saturday.
- Edmund Kittelt Jr., 43, had not been seen by his family for several days, the report said.
There were no external signs of trauma on the body of an Airville man found dead in his car outside a Delta business Saturday, and autopsy results are pending toxicology analysis, according to a York County Coroner's Office report.
Edmund Kittelt Jr., 43, of 1497 Woodbine Road in Airville, was found dead in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Delta Discount Grocery & More in Delta about 10:20 a.m. Saturday.
Deputy Coroner Jacob Clevenger responded to certify the death.
Both the cause and manner of death remain pending awaiting the results of toxicology testing following an autopsy completed Monday at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown.
According to the report, Kittelt had not been seen by family members for a few days prior to his death. Pennsylvania State Police are investigating.
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