Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced today that an employee was involved in the tragedy at Johnson Space Center (JSC) on Friday afternoon, April 20, 2007. One of our employees shot and killed himself and a NASA employee. A second person was taken hostage but escaped. Our primary concern, from the moment we were notified of this event, was for our employees, NASA personnel, and other contractors in the area. We immediately verified the location and safety of our employees who work in Building 44 and nearby facilities. All of our security and emergency response actions surrounding this event were under the control of and fully coordinated with NASA JSC Security.

We provided timely information to all Jacobs employees and their families and arranged for the orderly evacuation of those who needed transportation. We also made arrangements for counseling of affected employees and their families. We want to express our deepest sympathy for the deceased NASA employee and his family which has suffered this tragic loss and the trauma suffered by the other employee and her family.

Jacobs, with over 45,000 employees who provide technical, professional, and construction services globally.

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