Teen Who Set Himself Ablaze in School Cafeteria Dies Vincent Nett succumbed to his injuries last night By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff Posted Feb 10, 2014 3:50 AM CST 9 comments Comments A police cruiser blocks the entrance to Standley Lake HIgh School, where classes were cancelled after an apparent suicide attempt by a student, in Westminster, Colo., Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley) (Newser) – The 16-year-old who set himself on fire in his Colorado high school's cafeteria late last month died yesterday, the Denver Post reports. Vincent Nett suffered burns over 80% of his body in the Jan. 27 incident, with 40% of those burns being third-degree. "This is not someone's fault, I had this planned for years so shut your face if you think that this was because of something recent or because of someone," Vincent had written in a suicide note before walking into the Standley Lake High School cafeteria with a 1-gallon Coleman fuel jug shortly after 7am. Police don't think he intended to harm anyone else, KDVR reports.