Lion CFO Among 5,000 People Missing Following WTC Attack | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 17 – Klaus Sprockamp, Lion Bioscience's chief financial officer, is among the nearly 5,000 people missing following last Tuesday’s terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, the company's CEO Friedrich von Bohlen said Monday.

“Klaus was at a meeting with an investor who had offices on a high floor in the southern building when the attack occurred,” von Bohlen said.

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