Fire partially damaged a house at Anse Louis in the early hours of Friday, according to the Seychelles Fire and Rescue Services Agency.
In a press statement issued yesterday, the agency said it received a call regarding a fire outbreak in a house at 0053hrs and immediately deployed three fire tenders from the Anse Royale fire station, and a 10-member crew.
According to the statement, it took the team around 10 minutes to reach the scene where they found one of the bedrooms engulfed in flames.
It took around five minutes to put the fire under control and an hour to fully extinguish it.
The Seychelles Fire and Rescue Services Agency (SFRSA) said the fire damaged only the bedroom, while the other parts of the house were intact.
Four persons reside in the house, including two adults and two children.
“There was no injury or casualty and no other property was damaged in relation to the incident,” read the statement.
SFRSA said the cause of fire is yet to be determined and the case is under investigation.