Actress Sarah Goldberg, best known for playing Sarah Glass Camden on 7th Heaven, died Saturday, September 27 in her family's Wisconsin home. She was 40.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, she died of natural causes, but an autopsy was not able to determine a specific cause of death. Her mother, Judy, told the newspaper that a heart ailment may have been responsible.
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