PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A fire early Tuesday engulfed part of a sprawling market in Haiti's capital where vendors sell charcoal and wood for construction. There were no reports of deaths or injuries.

Nadia Lochard from Haiti's Civil Protection Department said there was "significant" damage to sections of Port-au-Prince's popular Croix de Boussales market.

The pre-dawn fire destroyed a collection of stalls where vendors displayed piles of wood and charcoal, she said. Sections of the market where vendors sell clothing, food and metal mostly survived the fire but some stalls were damaged.

The cause of the blaze was under investigation.