A Police and firefighters did not immediately confirm the circumstances of this tragedy that occurred in the city of Esztergom, about 40 kilometers north of Budapest, on the border with Slovakia, reported the agency France-Presse (AFP).
According to the news website Index, agents from the anti-terrorist group were sent to the home of a man who was threatening to detonate a bomb.
According to initial evidence, this man set fire to his house and exploded a gas bottle.
His body was found among the rubble and no details were given about his identity.
Among the other police officers present, at least six were injured, three of them seriously, also according to the Hungarian media.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Hungarian President Katalin Novak sent a message of condolences to the family of the deceased agent, through a message published on the social network Facebook.
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