The clean up is underway after damage was caused in gales caused by Storm Barney last night.
Viewers Brian Cooper and Laura Arrowsmith took these shots of a large tree brought down across Mellish Road in Aldridge.
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The Fort Shopping Centre in Birmingham has confirmed no one was hurt and no vehicles were damaged after a sign toppled over into the car park.
The incident happened earlier this evening in the high winds caused by Storm Barney moving across the Midlands.
With wind speeds in excess of 60mph in some parts of the Midlands, some damage to property has been reported, including at the Fort Shopping Centre in Birmingham.
Photographs have emerged showing the tower has blown over into the car park.
Fortunately there are no reports of any injuries at the scene.
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