A457 Sedgley Road East in Dudley Port, Sandwell, is closed in both directions due to burst water main between A461 Dudley Port and Cleton Street.
Emergency repair work is needed.
Fifty firefighters are on the scene of a blaze at a disused factory in Smethwick tonight.
Crews were called to London Street shortly after 6.30pm, where they found the large building - which was in the process of being demolished - on fire.
Cutting equipment has been used and they are tackling the flames from four different locations.
There are not though to be any hazards inside the building.
Passers-by and an off-duty trainee paramedic helped save a man's life when he went into cardiac arrest after being hit by a car in West Bromwich this evening.
He and another man were both hit at a pedestrian crossing at the corner of High Street and Trinity Road at around 5.30pm. Both roads remain closed.
The man had suffered a serious head injury and had gone into cardiac arrest - but quick-thinking members of the public and the trainee ambulance worker managed to keep his heart going until emergency services arrived.
They managed to re-start his heart and he was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham with a police escort.
The second pedestrian, in his 30s, was conscious and breathing but had suffered serious fractures to an arm and a leg. He was taken to the same hospital for further treatment.
The driver of the car was not hurt.
The High Street in West Bromwich is currently closed due to a serious incident where a car hit two pedestrians.
West Bromwich High Street is closed following a serious collision between a car and two pedestrians.
The roads around West Bromwich High Street are expected to be closed for some time while the air ambulance lands.
Reports of a crash between a private hire vehicle and another car at the junction of Galton Road and Hagley Road in Smethwick, next to Lightwoods Park.
The exit slip road onto the M6 southbound at J9 A461 (Wednesbury) is partially blocked due to broken down vehicle.
A body has been discovered in a burnt out car near Cradley Heath railway station.
Police were alerted to the find at around 9:20pm last night. An investigation is now underway.
The identity of the body is yet to be identified due to the severity of the fire.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place tomorrow.
The death is being treated as unexplained.
Around 22,000 people are expected to attend the 'Smethwick Fusion' event at Lightwoods Park near Birmingham today. Earlier today the organisers claim the UK's first Morris vs Bhangra dance-off took place.
Thousands of people are expected to descend on a Sandwell park for a May Day festival today - and are in for a unique treat.
What is thought to be the first ever dance-off between Morris men and Bhangra dancers is being staged at the event in Lightwoods Park, Smethwick.
In total around 22,000 people are expected to attend the May Day festival at the park.
The event also includes a live music stage with a line-up including 80s reggae band Musical Youth.
An investigation is underway after staff and customers were locked in a refrigerated cellar by robbers.
A female staff member and three customers were approached by a group of four men as the woman locked up at the Old Hall Cricket Club in Sandwell at around midnight on Sunday morning.
The group threatened the woman with a screwdriver and made her hand over her possessions.
They were then forced into the refrigerated cellar as the robbers stole cash and spirits.
DC Derek Cole from the Acquisitive Crime Team in Force CID is leading the inquiry. He said:
This was very distressing for the four people caught up in the raid, as they were forced to hand over their money and personal goods before being made to get into the cellar.
They were down there, in the refrigerated space, for around an hour before managing to break out and raise the alarm.
The men were all in their 20s wearing dark coloured tracksuits with hoods.