A man who was preparing a quarantine attack was killed while being detained in the United States

A man who was allegedly preparing a terrorist attack due to dissatisfaction with the authorities in the coronavirus pandemic was liquidated in the U.S. during his detention. This was reported by Fox-4 on Wednesday, March 25.

A 36-year-old resident of Belton, Texas, USA, was injured by an FBI agent after a failed attempt at detention. It is noted that a man fired at a law enforcement officer.

The TV channel, citing the FBI, reports that the killed man was allegedly dissatisfied with the authorities’ demand to maintain “social distance” and was allegedly preparing an explosion in a local hospital.

By the time of the special operation on Tuesday, March 24, the man had already started collecting materials to create an improvised explosive device.

Earlier, March 25, it was reported that 921 people have died in the U.S. since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic, the number of those infected exceeds 65 thousand people.

New York City leads in the number of deaths from COVID-19 with 192 fatal cases, followed by the city of King in Washington state with 94 cases.

On the same day it became known that since the beginning of the epidemic of new coronavirus in the world died 20 499 people infected with it.