A man has been found with multiple stab wounds at a McDonald's in Oldbury.
Police arrived at the restaurant on Wolverhampton Road at 5:30pm to find a man with serious injuries. Officers believe he had driven himself to McDonald's, having been stabbed elsewhere.
He has been taken to hospital.
The area has been sealed off while police launch an investigation into what happened.
This photo of the inside of a plastics factory destroyed in a huge fire in Oldbury shows the sheer scale of the destruction from the fire.
Part of the factory may have to be demolished later as it is in danger of collapsing.
At its height more than 70 firefighters tackled the blaze on Tat Bank Road yesterday which saw huge plumes of smoke that could be seen for several miles.
An investigation is underway into a huge factory fire in Oldbury.
Fire crews have been dampening down overnight after bringing the blaze under control.
Billowing black smoke from the plastics manufacturers on Tat Bank road could be seen from miles away.
It caused traffic chaos on the roads and some public transport was delayed.
Speaking to ITV News Central's Andy Bevan, Steve Harris, from the West Midlands Fire Service, explains what happened earlier today as a plastics factory was destroyed by fire.
The service continue to advise people to keep windows and doors closed, with smoke lingering in the air, despite the fire now being out.
Aerial footage has been released by the West Midlands Fire Service showing the Oldbury fire coming to an end.
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It was filmed by the fire service from one of their hydraulic platforms as they tackled the blaze, which started earlier this afternoon.
The West Midlands Fire Service say it is looking to halve its resources at the scene of a huge fire at a plastics factory in Oldbury, now the blaze is under control.
The service said relief crews will remain on site throughout the evening and fire investigators are looking into what caused the fire.
Tat Bank Road remains closed, and diversions are in place, which is disrupting bus services.
One wall of the plastics factory which has been destroyed by a severe fire this afternoon has collapsed onto the road nearby.
Tat Bank Road remains closed after parts of the badly damaged building fell onto it.
West Midlands Fire Service have said there is still a large presence at the site.
At its height, 75 firefighters tackled the blaze which started at about 1.15pm today.
Ambulance crews are beginning to scale back though, now the fire is under control.
Aerial photos show the damage done by a fire which has ripped through a plastics factory in Oldbury, sending black smoke billowing into the air.
The fire service says the fire started in a storage area of the factory on Tat Bank Road, and all employees were evacuated unhurt.
Fire crews have confirmed the blaze at a plastics factory in Oldbury started in a storage area.
They say 29 employees were at the site at the time, and all were evacuated and were unhurt.
75 firefighters are now at the site as they work to bring the blaze under control. They are using equipment from 18 vehicles and water from the nearby canal in their work.