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.
Firefighters battled for five hours this afternoon to put out a blaze which ripped through the upstairs and roof space of a house in Burton-on-Trent.
The three-pump fire took hold of the house, in Berry Hedge Lane, at around 11am and crews only left the scene at 4pm.
The woman who was living there managed to escape before crews arrived. She has been offered emergency accommodation.
Fire investigation officers are now examining the bedroom to establish the cause of the blaze.
A Staffordshire Fire Service spokeswoman said it is thought overloaded plug sockets could be to blame.
School children from the Midlands are to take part in an event as part of celebrations to mark the 150th year of the Football Association.
The event will see around 30 children take on a giant maze at The National Forest Adventure Farm in Burton-upon-Trent, situated on the doorstep of St George's Park.
The FA's General Secretary Alex Horne will be in attendance.
Workers at Molson Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent say they want more information on proposed changes to working hours or they could go on strike.
Trade Union Unite is ballotting workers in a row over pay, conditions and shift patterns. It says staff want more details before the ballot. The Burton plant produces Carling, Grolsch, Coors Lite and Cobra lagers, as well as beers including Worthington, White Shield and Stones.
Workers at the Molston Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent are due to vote on a new pay offer next week.
The announcement has been made by the Unite Union, who have been holding talks with management at the site.
The Burton plant produces Carling, Grolsch, Coors Lite and Cobra lagers, as well as beers including Worthington, White Shield and Stones.
Earlier this week, 97% of union members voted to go on strike, claiming that 455 workers face having their pay and conditions cut.
Unite regional officer Rick Coyle said: “Both sides have worked very hard, under the auspices of the conciliation service, Acas to come up with this package of proposals."
Brewery workers at Molson Coors in Burton-on-Trent have voted in favour of strike action in a row over pay.
Unite said its members at the site backed walkouts by 97%, but no strike dates have been set to allow peace talks to be held.
The union claims the 455 workers at the brewery plant face having their pay and conditions cut.
– Molson Coors spokesman
"Clearly we are disappointed by today's announcement. However, this vote does not make strike action a certainty given that negotiations are ongoing.
We continue our engagement in meaningful consultation with Unite and its members so that we come to a solution that supports a competitive future for Burton brewery and is fair to our employees."
Employees at Molson Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent are to lobby the public for support today in the town's shopping centre.
The workers are taking the action, which has been organised by Unite, over disputes about pay and conditions.
Over 150 brewery technicians could have their wages axed by up to £9,000-a-year.
The 455 people employed at Britain's biggest brewery face being sacked after June 10th and reemployed on inferior pay and conditions.
A strike ballot result is due on Tuesday 28th May.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service went to an incident at Queen’s Hospital and Hobbycraft, Burton-on-Trent yesterday.
Two fire engines from Longton and one from Burton attended, after four Hobbycraft employees went to the hospital's A&E department after coming into contact with the substance.
The powder was later identified as Napthalene, which is a low risk product, and used to fumigate products shipped from abroad.
– Queen's Hospital, Burton
Following the closure of the Accident and Emergency department at Queen’s Hospital, Burton, today we can confirm that the powder has now been identified as an inert substance which poses no threat to health.
Accident and Emergency at Queen’s Hospital will be re-opened to patients over the course of the next hour.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused to our patients and thank them for bearing with us.
Staffordshire Police has announced that the unidentified powder which has closed the A & E department in Burton, is not being seen as suspicious.