Demolition work has begun on a factory destroyed by a serious fire earlier this week in Leicester.
Investigators had been working on the site to establish what caused the fire, which began on Monday and led to people in the surrounding area being evacuated.
Fire services have lifted the earlier warning for closing doors and windows on Barlow Road in Coventry.
Update Coventry fire there is no need to keep windows/doors closed any more. Crews are still dealing with a fire but smoke isn't a problem
The precaution of closing doors and windows has now been lifted for Coventry Potters Green fire. Crews still on scene dealing with fire
West Midlands Fire Service are still at the scene investigating the cause of the fire:
We have had 6 breathing apparatus wearers tackling the Potters Geeen fire. Cause of fire is under investigation,smoke in area is now limited
West Midlands Fire Service are dealing with a large factory fire on Barlow Road in Coventry:
Due to a large factory fire in Barlow Road, Potters Green, Coventry we are asking local residents to keep windows and doors closed
Cineworld Broad Street have issued a statement after a fire broke out at the cinema on Sunday evening:
Cineworld Broad Street was temporarily evacuated on Sunday 6th December due to a fire on the outside of the building.
West Midlands Fire Service attended and the fire was extinguished. We would like to thank the emergency services for their quick response.
The cinema has reopened.
Cineworld has reopened now after an earlier fire this evening:
Eye witness videos revealed the fire was above the Nandos restaurant on Broad Street:
The cinema was closed briefly after the blaze:
Filmgoers have said they were evacuated from the cinema on Broad Street this evening after a light burst into flames:
West Midlands Fire Service have been called to Cineworld on Broad street after a light caught fire:
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The Home Office is looking at whether the two emergency services could share sections of their operations like support staff and IT systems as a money saving technique.
Unions say the services should remain separate.
Commissioner Simmonds says he welcomes the sharing of facilities but doesn't want to see the two organisations run by the same person.
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