A 29-year-old Catskill, NY, man who caught fire after he was tased by an officer inside the village police building has died, prompting the New York attorney general’s Office of Special Investigation to launch an investigation.

Jason Jones, who had been hospitalized since the Oct. 30 incident, died Wednesday, according to Attorney General Letitia James’ office.

In the early morning hours of Oct. 30, Jones walked into the Catskill Police Department headquarters at and sprayed hand sanitizer on his body and head, authorities said previously. An officer then used a taser to subdue him, setting him on fire, the Daily Freeman reports.