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Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service said the cause of a fire at a derelict hotel is still unknown.
The blaze started at around 9pm last night in Hockley Heath with crews sent from Coleshill and Solihull.
Two engines are there this morning to continue to dampen down the fire.
A spokesperson for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue service said:
Warwickshire Arson Team will be visiting the site today as there was no power to the building and from first inspections seem to be no explanation to how the fire could have started.
A 'major fire' took place at a derelict hotel in Hockley Heath, Solihull, last night.
Fire crews from Billesley, Coleshill, Alcester and Stratford were called just after 9pm on Wednesday evening.
Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service said they expect to be in attendance throughout the day.
Due to the emergency services dealing with an incident near #Solihull services running through this station may be cancelled or delayed.
Some train services have been cancelled between Solihull and Dorridge due to a trespassing incident.
There are cancellations on Chiltern Railway between Marylebone and Birmingham Snow Hill.
On London Midland trains are not running between London Euston and Birmingham New Street.
Tickets are being accepted on Cross Country and Virgin Trains services.
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Solihull’s Dan Evans came within a point of the best win of his career before falling to a five set defeat in the US Open third round.Read the full story ›
Detectives are appealing for the public’s help to trace what they call 'heartless thugs' who tried to steal a disability vehicle.Read the full story ›
Twelve young girls will be donating their hair today, to help raise money for a charity that supports children with serious illnesses and disabilities.
The Matt's Mission event in Solihull will see the girls have their hair chopped off by children who actually have cancer themselves. The hair will then be sent off to be made into wigs.
Professional hair-stylists will then tidy up the cuts the girls get.
It's part of an event at the Hogarth Hotel which also includes children's activities and music.