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“Out of respect for those involved, we cannot yet comment further. Our thoughts and sympathy are with the family that’s involved at this difficult time.”
The man, whose identity was not released, appeared on the roof of the 30-story office building shortly after lunch. The junior employee ignored attempts by police to talk him down, the Morning Post reported.
The fatal leap came on the heels of two other widely reported, unexpected deaths involving JPMorgan employees — one in London and the other in Connecticut.
In January, JPMorgan tech executive Gabriel Magee plunged to his death at the financial giant’s 33-story London office.
The death of the 39-year-old was immediately declared “non-suspicious.” Magee was pronounced dead at the scene after hitting a ninth-floor roof.
An inquiry into his death was continuing, as was an investigation into the Feb. 3 discovery of JPMorgan executive Ryan Crane’s body in his suburban home.
The cause of death for Crane, 37, remained unknown pending the completion of a toxicology report in March.