A Missouri man, who was shot and killed by the FBI division in Kansas City on Tuesday during an arrest attempt, planned a car bombing in a city hospital.

Timothy Wilson, 36, was planning to use a car bomb to blow up the hospital to cause mass casualties as he was frustrated with the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force had been tracking Wilson for months as part of a domestic terrorism investigation. He was pinpointed as a "potentially violent extremist, motivated by racial, religious, and anti-government animus."

Wilson was shot Tuesday, when the FBI attempted to serve him a warrant at the 100 block of Wilbur Parish circle, Belton, Missouri. He arrived at Belton to pick up the car bomb, failing to realize that it was a trap set for him. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.

According to the FBI, Wilson targeted a city hospital treating people suffering from coronavirus to inflict "severe harm and mass casualties" because he was frustrated with federal government efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus.

"With the current health crisis, Wilson decided to accelerate his plan to use a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device in an attempt to cause severe harm and mass casualties," the FBI said in a statement.

“FBI has and will continue to aggressively work with our local partners and Joint Terrorist Task Force to combat and prevent any act of terrorism. We remain mission-focused to protect the safety and well being of the community we serve,” the FBI added in the statement.

The incident will be further investigated by the FBI's inspection division, which is a standard procedure for shootings involving agents.

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