Google software engineer, 22, is mysteriously found dead at his desk at tech giant’s NYC headquarters
- A janitor discovered Scott Krulcik unconscious at his desk around 9pm Friday
- EMTs unsuccessfully performed CPR and he was pronounced dead at the scene
- There were no signs of trauma on his body and police don’t suspect foul play
A 22-year-old Google software engineer has been found dead inside the company’s New City headquarters, authorities say.
Scott Krulcik was found unconscious at his work station on the sixth floor of the building in Chelsea by a janitor at around 9pm Friday.
First-responders attempted CPR but were not able to revive Krulcik. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Google software engineer Scott Krulcik, 22,(pictured) was found dead of unknown causes in the tech giant’s New York City headquarters by a janitor on Friday night
Police sources told the ABC7 there were no signs of trauma on Krulcik’s body and officials don’t suspect foul play.
The victim did not have any known history of medical conditions or substance abuse problems.
The city Medical Examiner’s office will perform an autopsy to determine the official cause of death.
Krulcik, who was from Saratoga Springs and lived in Manhattan’s West Village, went to school at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and began working at Google in August, according to his LinkedIn profile.
A janitor discovered Krulcik unconscious at his work station on the sixth floor of Google’s office in Chelsea (pictured) around 9pm
Krulcik was from Saratoga Springs and lived in Manhattan’s West Village. He began working at Google in August, according to his LinkedIn profile