A Facebook worker has died at the company’s headquarters campus in Silicon Valley in what police call an obvious suicide.
Horrified bystanders in Menlo Park, California called 911 at about 11.30am on Thursday after an adult male jumped from the top of a four-story building on the 100 block of Jefferson Drive.
The article goes on to state the following:
Paramedics rushed to Facebook’s sprawling campus and rendered first aid, but the victim was declared dead on the scene.
A Facebook spokesperson released the following statement:
“We were saddened to learn that one of our workers passed away at our Menlo Park headquarters earlier today. We’re cooperating with police in their investigation and providing support to workers. While the family is being notified, we have no information to share. We hope to provide an update when we learn additional information from law enforcement.”
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