- The students were sleeping when the blaze broke out
- An electrical inverter overheated and short-circuited
A fire broke out early Tuesday as students slept at a school in Myanmar, killing 13 and leaving four missing, according to police.
Seventy students were asleep when the fire started about 3 a.m. at the school in the city of Yangon, according to the Myanmar Police Force's official website.
An electrical inverter overheated and short-circuited, causing the fire, the website said.