Crisis work in the wake of the weekend's disastrous house fire in Naantali was continued in the town's schools on Monday morning.
Particular attention was paid to pupils in the secondary and upper secondary schools, many of whom knew some of the five victims of the fire personally.
On Monday police spoke to all of those who survived the conflagration. Det. Insp. Veikko Koiranen, leading the investigation into the fire, confirmed that it was now almost certain that the blaze broke out in the sauna area of the detached house.
On the actual cause of the fire, the police had nothing further to add on Monday.
All of the patients taken to hospital in Turku have been released. The 19-year-old victim who was placed in Töölo Hospital in Helsinki is still undergoing treatment.
According to the owner of the property, interviewed by the Tampere newspaper Aamulehti, the house was occupied by a family of three. Earlier reports had suggested six people lived in the house.
Red Cross crisis workers offered support on Monday at three schools in Naantali.
They were accompanied by parish workers and representative of the Turku crisis response team.
In nearby Raisio, where pupils are actually on an autumn break this week, two teachers and the school nurse remained on duty at the local upper secondary school, and the events of last Friday will be gone through after ther pupils return.
One of those who died attended the school.