One person has been arrested after an alleged arson in east China on Sunday morning (local time), which killed 22 people.
A two-storey house in Changshu City, Jiangsu province, was devoured by flames after the alleged crime.
It had been rented out by a local restaurant for its employees to live in, and 29 people were inside when the fire broke out at around 4:30am.
Around 71 firefighters and 13 fire engines raced to battle the blaze, managing to extinguish the flames just over an hour later.
Twenty-two people died and three others were injured.
Chinese police said they've arrested a suspect arsonist, giving the surname as Jiang. No further information has been given by local authorities.
Police are continuing to investigate the blaze.