Man jumps off Qualcomm building in apparent suicide

An apparently suicidal 28-year-old Mira Mesa man plunged to his death Thursday from the top of a 12-story Sorrento Valley office building, authorities said.

The fatal fall in the 5700 block of Pacific Center Boulevard was reported shortly after 7 a.m., according to San Diego police. The man landed on a second-floor overhang on the Qualcomm building and died at the scene, SDPD Officer Brad Ruff said.

The man apparently jumped from the roof of the structure, the county Medical Examiner’s Office reported.

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1 Comment for “Man jumps off Qualcomm building in apparent suicide”

  1. CrazyHobo

    Another 2012 suicide at Qualcomm that was hush hush. Not a good trend.

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