Local residents have been tweeting their photos of a fire which broke out at a car workshop in Kingsthorpe.Read the full story ›
Local emergency services have been providing updates on the development of a fire in Kingsthorpe.
East Midlands Ambulance service told ITV News Central that they were called to the scene but that there were no patients requiring treatment.
Motorists are advised to avoid the area of Ruskin Road, Kingsthorpe following a fire at a garage this afternoon: http://t.co/DnUzQceav9
Ruskin Road remains closed following fire. Other road closures have now been lifted.
Firefighters are this afternoon at the scene of a fire in the Kingsthorpe area of Northampton. Smoke has been seen billowing over the area. People are being told to avoid the Harborough Road area
West Midlands Fire Service have released dramatic photos showing the aftermath of today's fire at the Wholesale Market in Digbeth.
Forty firefighters battled to put out the blaze which gutted the inside of the market.
Market trader Parmjit Bhogal told ITV News Central that traders could barely see each other because of the smoke caused by the fire. He also said that the damage will cost him 'a lot of money'.
Forty fighters were deployed to tackle the blaze, which has caused serious damage to the Wholesale Market.
ITV Central's Andy Bevan has sent us his latest pictures from the scene at the Wholesale Market.
The fire at the Wholesale Market in Digbeth has been put out but firefighters remain on the scene damping down the remains, according to West Midlands Fire Service.
The fire was put out using main jets and firefighters in breathing apparatus.
All ambulance services have now been cleared from the scene after one person was treated for smoke inhalation and discharged on site.
Firefighters are tackling a fire at the old Sandwell College in Smethwick.
Fire crews were called to the scene at 4.43am.
West Midlands Fire Service told ITV News six fire engines are currently tackling the blaze, which is in a three storey derelict building.
Private landlords will be able to claim free smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors for rented properties at Cannock Fire Station later.
From 1st October 2015 landlords across the country will be required to install and check smoke alarms in a bid to prevent fire deaths and injuries.
The event, where landlords will be able to find out about the new government regulations, is on between 11am and 1pm.
An investigation is underway into a major fire at an industrial park in Cotgrave in Nottinghamshire yesterday evening.Read the full story ›