On February 21, 2022, visitors walk outside the Supreme Court building on Capitol Hill in Washington.

WASHINGTON, D.C. According to officials, a Colorado man died after setting himself on fire in front of the United States Supreme Court on Friday evening.

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According to D.C. Metropolitan Police, the man, who was 50 years old and from Boulder, Colorado, went to the plaza in front of the courthouse around 6:30 p.m. and set himself on fire. Before succumbing to his injuries, he was airlifted to a hospital.

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A medical helicopter landed near the Capitol for a medical emergency, according to the US Capitol Police.

The helicopter was seen landing on the steps of the nation’s highest court in a video tweeted by a Fox reporter. A U.S. Park Police helicopter was seen flying near the Capitol in another Fox video.
As a result of the emergency, two roadways near the Supreme Court were temporarily closed.

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D.C. police did not provide any additional information about the incident, including the man’s motivation.

According to web sites such as NBC News and USA Today and others online sources, a Colorado man died after setting himself on fire in front of the Supreme Court, according to authorities.

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