A fire touched off by brawling inmates swept through a Chilean prison Sunday, killing 10 prisoners, officials said.
A cooking stove overturned during the fight sparked the blaze, according to Corrections Service director Alejandro Jimenez.
Two other prisoners were hospitalized with knife wounds, and a third suffered burns.
"There has been no riot or jailbreak attempt," Jimenez said. "This situation started with a fight and ended with the fire."
Preliminary reports indicate most of the victims died of smoke inhalation, he added. A prison guard was also treated for smoke inhalation but was not seriously harmed.