A 22-year-old employee was found dead in Google's Manhattan office on Friday night.

The NYPD says that around 9 p.m. officers responded to a call about an unconscious male inside 111 8th Avenue, on the 6th floor. The officers found Scott Krulcik unconscious and unresponsive and with no obvious signs of trauma, according to police. EMS pronounced Krulcik deceased at the scene.

A Google spokesperson told the Daily News, "We are still gathering more information and want to remain respectful of the family during this difficult time."

Krulcik, who grew up in Saratoga Springs, NY, graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in May and joined Google. He had interned with Google in 2016 and 2017 and WhatsApp in 2015, according to his resume (PDF). He was living on West 11th Street with a friend who also graduated from Carnegie Mellon and worked at Google as an engineer. A neighbor said, "Oh my gosh. That’s so sad. I ran into him from time to time in the hallway. He looked just like he did in his photos. Such a nice young, vibrant man."

The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.

Update, March 1: The M.E.'s office categorized Krulcik's cause of death as natural, with Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson saying, "This young man died of an abnormal heart rhythm, which developed due to a genetic abnormality in an ion channel of the heart (also known as ‘cardiac channelopathy’)."