Two men have been arrested after being taken to hospital suffering from serious burns following an explosion at a flat in Birmingham. It happened on Aldersmead Road in West Heath last night.
CCTV has been released after a woman was sexually assaulted in Birmingham.
Police were called to a building on Broad street on Sunday 19 October where she was attacked.
The 25-year-old had been on a night out and left Walkabout with a man, known only as Kevin, the pair were stopped by a man who then spoke to Kevin before going off with the woman leaving Kevin alone.
Detectives are trying to trace him as they believe he is a significant witness.
Nurses, midwives and paramedics are now on strike across the Midlands.
The walk out will take place for four hours until 11am in protest at the Government's refusal to accept a recommended 1% wage rise for all NHS employees.
The government has previously said it cannot afford the recommended rise.
West Midlands Police say they've arrested a lorry driver going the wrong way down a dual carriageway, who then tested more than twice over the drink drive limit.
The driver is said to be a foreign national, and was stopped driving the wrong way down the Black Country Route by Traffic Police overnight.
Two men have suffered serious burns after an explosion at a flat in Birmingham.
Paramedics were called to a property on Aldersmead Road in Northfield just after 8.00pm last night. The cause of the explosion is unknown.
One man in his 30s and another in his 20s were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Another man, thought to be in his fifties and living in the flat above where the explosion happened, is being treated for shock and is being cared for by his family.
West Midlands Police is launching a security workshop to help local businesses join them in the fight against terrorism.
A range of activities to raise awareness of the threat from violent extremism will focus on five key areas: crowded places, transport hubs, preventing violent extremism, terrorist financing, and the tools that terrorists need to operate.
Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale, from West Midlands Police, will tell an audience of business representatives in Birmingham this morning that the recent increase in the terrorism threat level demonstrates the need for everyone to work together to tackle terrorism.
The aftermath of an explosion at a flat in Birmingham which left two men with serious injuries has been shown in photographs released by West Midlands fire service.
Two men have suffered serious burns following an explosion at a flat in south Birmingham, according to West Midlands Ambulance Service.
Emergency services were called to Aldersmead Road in Northfield shortly after 8:10pm.