A fire in a drug rehabilitation centre in Peru's capital Lima has killed at least 20 people, officials say.
They say another 10 people were injured in the God Is Love centre, which said to use Biblical teachings to treat drug and alcohol addicts.
Firefighters are reported to be still tackling the fire.
The cause of the blaze is not known, but one police official is quoted as saying that it started after a patient's mattress caught fire.
The fire began on Saturday morning when patients were having breakfast at the centre in the densely populated San Juan de Lurigancho district, reports say.
A local official told Peru's RPP radio station that many people died because doors to patients' rooms were closed and they were unable to open them.
Gianfranco Huerta, a patient, said he had to jump from the second flood to escape the blaze.
"The doors were locked, there was no way to get out," he told RPP.
The injured were later taken to Lima's hospitals.