A Google shuttle bus struck and killed a Google employee in her 20s on Monday night in Mountain View, California. The incident occurred around 6:45 PM on Monday evening directly across from the company’s Googleplex headquarters. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. A Google shuttle bus struck and killed a Google employee in her 20s on Monday night in Mountain View, California. The woman was identified by a Google spokesperson as Emily Hong, who worked in the company’s finance department. The incident occurred around 6:45 PM on Monday evening, according to the police report, directly across from the company’s Googleplex headquarters. Police officers began performing CPR on the woman upon their arrival, but attempts at saving her were unsuccessful. Ms. Hong was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. “We are devastated to learn of the tragic passing of a member of our Googler family,” Gina Scigliano, a Google spokesperson, told Business Insider over email. “[Emily] was beloved by her colleagues — she brought an incredible spark to Google. She was inquisitive, creative, analytical, positive, generous and kind — our deepest condolences are with her family and friends.” According to the police report, the Google bus driver did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The accident remains under investigation by Mountain View police.

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