A man who was seriously wounded in an explosion, because of which five police officers were hurt in a house in northern part of London, has died.
Wilton Stirling, 56 years old, got heavy burns after he lit an "accelerator" in a house in Stroud Green on 19 th of April, police suppose.
He was transported to a specialized burns department where he died on Sunday. His closest relatives were informed about that.
Mr. Stirling was implicated into a housing spore with bailiffs at the building he owned on Stapleton Hall.
Parts of the ground floor, the basement and the barn, which remained in the back garden burned for hours. Houses in the neighborhood were not ruined and destroyed by it.
Five officers got traumas varying from burns to a broken wrist.
Investigation is continuing, but representatives of law enforcement said that they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the explosion.