Swedish news agency TTN confirmed that Felix had been living under police protection since the cartoons.
Swedish website Aftenposten reported that 75-year-old Felix was burned to death, after a police car collided with a truck on the E4 motorway outside Markard in Sweden.
The two police officers were also met in the accident, as the two were part of the Swedish police's personal protection group, according to the police statement, and the authorities are currently conducting investigations to uncover the causes of the accident.
It was Felix; He published the cartoons of the Messenger of God in the Swedish daily "Nerkes Allehenda" in 2007, which sparked outrage among Muslims around the world.
While the Swedish police confirmed that "the cause of the accident is not clear," the media broadcast the first footage of the accident site.
The accident is being investigated like any other traffic accident; But because it also concerned the killing of two policemen, a special section of the Public Prosecutor's Office was assigned to this investigation.
Felix has been under police protection since one of his cartoons angered Muslims in 2007, due to its insult to the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace.
Larch's drawings caused diplomatic tensions for Sweden; The Swedish Prime Minister at the time, Fredrik Reinfeldt, met with ambassadors of Muslim countries to ease tension.