Folake Fajana, pictured here with her daughter Hope Adewunmi, had a lucky escape after a car smashed into their home.
These pictures show the destruction caused to a house in Longbridge in Birmingham after a car crashed into it.
A toddler from Birmingham had a lucky escape after a car ploughed into her bedroom.
Fortunately Hope Adewunmi was spending the night with a childminder when the car smashed into the wall of her bedroom in Longbridge, creating a hole so big her cot could be seen from the street.
The car did not stop after the collision. Her mother Folake Fajana told ITV News about her daughter's lucky escape.
A decaying Mini Clubman that lay hidden in the tunnels under the Longbridge factory for 30 years, making it the last Mini to leave the famous site, is being put up for auction.
The iconic car, which was used to travel around the Sprawling plant, had been secretly dumped by workers in the late 1970s after suffering some damage, thought to be caused by a a storage container falling onto it.
Photos of the 'lost Mini' emerged and after much searching it was saved by a former factory worker who got permission to remove it in 2012 shortly before the tunnels were due to be filled in, making it the last ever Mini to leave Longbridge.
'The Longbridge Tunnel Mini' is being offered without reserve by Silverstone Auctions at its sale on Saturday 27th July at Silverstone circuit.
One man has been arrested in connection with the fire.
The residents who were evacuated following the fire in Coney Green Drive last night were able to return to their homes just after 6am today.
Dozens of people were evacuated from their homes after a gas main fire in what police described as a "critical incident".
The incident happened at 1.40am in Coney Green Drive, a residential street in Longbridge, Birmingham.
Firefighters called to the scene found a man slumped unconscious in a gas main trench, and rescued him while the fire blazed nearby.
He was taken to hospital and held on suspicion of starting the fire, West Midlands Police said. No-one else was injured.
More on this on the National site.
A Birmingham man has been charged with wounding and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place after a teenager was stabbed in Longbridge on Friday.
The 22-year-old is due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court today.
The 17-year-old boy remains in a stable condition in hospital following the attack outside Bournville College.
People have taken to Facebook to call for better security at the college, after a teenager was stabbed outside the entrance on Friday.
There are calls today for better security at Bournville College in Longbridge after a teenager was stabbed outside the entrance of Friday.
People have taken to the college's Facebook page to call for metal detectors and searches on entry.
The college says:
– Bournville College
Enquiries are being made to the nature of the incident and we are working closely with the Police to assist their enquiries into the matter.
The college will be open as normal on Monday.