A man went missing after a severe fire broke out in an amusement park in the Swedish city of Gothenburg.
Eyewitnesses and rescue services said that the fire broke out in the outdoor water slides and related facilities that were under construction.
12 people were slightly injured during the accident that occurred on Monday.
The missing man worked at Oceana Water Park, a new addition to Gothenburg's Liseberg theme park, which was due to open later this year.
“The fire started in one of the water toys outside the building and then spread to the entire building,” Leesburg said in its statement.
Police and fire officials could not immediately determine the cause of the fire.
Footage of the fire showed thick black smoke billowing over the city and flames consuming slides while numerous fire engines surrounded the area.
Guests at a nearby hotel and offices were taken to safety.
Police advised area residents to stay indoors and keep windows closed to protect against fumes.