SJSU Media Relations Contact: Pat Harris, email@example.com, 408-924-1748
SAN JOSE, CA – The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library on the grounds of San Jose State University has been closed for the remainder of Monday, Jan. 11. The library is expected to re-open Tuesday, Jan. 12.
At 3 p.m. Jan. 11, an individual fell from the sixth floor interior atrium to the ground floor. The University Police Department and Santa Clara County Medical Examiner are investigating the death. There is no evidence to suggest foul play or any on-going safety threat.
The medical examiner will release the victim’s identity after contacting next of kin. The individual is not an SJSU student or employee. Anyone with information on the case should call UPD at (408) 924-2222.
SJSU and the city of San Jose co-manage King Library, which serves the public and all university community members. SJSU is extending condolences to all who have been affected by this tragedy.
SJSU provides counseling at no cost to students and employees. Students may contact Counseling and Psychological Services at (408) 924-5910. Faculty and staff may contact the Employee Assistance Program offered through SJSU Human Resources at (800) 367-7474.