A New York man who confronted another patron at a bar for not wearing a mask and was shoved to the ground has died.
Prosecutors say Rocco Sapienza was 80 years old when he confronted Donald Lewinski at a bar in West Seneca because he was not wearing a mask.
The Erie County district attorney says 65-year-old Lewinski then shoved Sapienza, who fell and struck his head.
Sapienza died on Oct. 1 after being treated for several days.
Lewinski is scheduled to be charged with criminally negligent homicide on Tuesday.
An attorney for Lewinski did not immediately return an email requesting comment.