A hotel explosion in Havana, Cuba on Friday morning has police and fire departments on the scene looking for survivors. It is not known how many people were injured or killed at this time.
The cause of the explosion at the Hotel Saratoga in the city centre is not clear, though witnesses describe the incident as a "massive blast" that destroyed nearby vehicles, reports CNN.
At least three floors of the building have been damaged, with smoke and dust being seen around debris on the scene.
The hotel was built in the 1930s and was reopened in 2005 after a refurbishment.