The A & E department at Queen's Hospital in Burton-on-Trent has re-opened following a 'serious incident'.
The Jackson family, from Burton on Trent, jumped from the first floor of their burning house onto a trampoline.
Burton-on-Trent is one of the worst towns in the region for blocked drains according to water company Severn Trent.
The Midlands' latest lottery winners revealed how they stressed about where to keep their ticket before they claimed their £3.7m prize.
David Allsobrook recalls the moment he told his wife Debra about their £3.7m win.
A couple from Burton-on-Trent who scooped £3.7 million on the lottery revealed today how they found out they had won.
David Allsobrook, 48, and his wife Debra, 46, scooped the £3.7m jackpot but waited a week before claiming it.
A couple from Burton-on-Trent who scooped £3.7 million on the lottery revealed today that they kept the ticket in an antique sewing box when they discovered they had won.
David Allsobrook, 48, and his wife Debra, 46, waited until a week after the draw to check the ticket and it was not until Mr Allsobrook checked his ticket in a shop he realised he had won.
– David Allsobrook
"What I do is go in and get my Saturday lottery ticket and I give my previous ticket to the woman to check.
"I always have the same banter, 'have I got to go back to work on Monday'.
"The woman wasn't there this week, it was a young boy and he put the ticket in the machine and it made a weird noise, I thought it was broke.
"He said I needed to give them a ring, I thought it would just be a couple of thousand pounds and then to lady on the phone said 'congratulations, you're the jackpot winner’.
"It took two or three times to sink in, I kept thinking 'no, it's not us."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the official launch of National Football Centre at St George's Park in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire
Tutbury Castle in Staffordshire, has began its Fairytale Weekend, which runs throughout the August bank holiday.
The fairytale themed event is being staged at the royal castle near Burton-on-Trent, with face painting, egg hunts and a mini farm on offer.
Parents Craig and Natasha Jackson tell ITV Central how a well-placed trampoline helped them and their family survive a fire.
Six year old Ben Jackson and his younger sister Peyton, 5, jumped out of the first floor window with their family to escape a fire.
They tell ITV Central what happened.