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Man accused of shooting 2 Denver police officers Sunday dies in hospital



DENVER – The man accused of

shot two Denver police officers

on Sunday before an hour-long standoff near 6th Ave. And Inca Street died Monday morning at a Denver hospital, police said, and the two officers shot were continuing to improve.

The police department of Denver said Monday afternoon that the suspect who has not yet been identified died in a hospital but did not release man's cause or cause of death. DPD said the information would be released by the medical examiner in Denver.

DPD said the two officers who had not been formally identified remained in the hospital Monday afternoon and were in good condition. An officer involved in a crash while responding to the scene was treated and released, DPD Said.

Police said the incident was still under investigation and that interviews were still ongoing ̵

1; probably next week. Additional information about the incident was not available Monday because the suspect's arrest warrant is sealed.

The shooting happened just after. Sunday. Two officers were shot – one in the stomach and the other in the leg, sources Contact7 Investigates told.

The officers had initially responded to a shot shot in the area and the suspect barricaded inside a home after the shooting.

When the police

worked through the afternoon to force him out

flames and smoke could be seen coming out of the home, where the suspect was supposed to be barricaded. It took about 20 minutes for the authorities to arrest the man and load him in an ambulance.

This is

12. officers-involved shooting

in Colorado in 2019. The last official shooting involved the Denver Police Department happened last October.

Sixth Ave. reopened Monday morning after being closed for several hours.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock tweeted Monday that he had visited the two injured officers in the hospital on Monday and said there was "in good spirits."

"We are encouraged by their attitudes," said Hancock. "They wanted to thank @DenverPolice, the people of #Denver and all for their love, thoughts and prayers. They can't wait to get back to work!"

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