A building that caught fire at Nottingham University has collapsed, according to a station manager at Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Firefighters are currently on site dealing with a major fire at our GSK sustainable chemistry building on Jubilee Campus.
Thankfully, there have been no casualties as this is a building that was still under construction. Our number one priority is to ensure that the fire does not spread to other buildings in the vicinity and we are grateful to the fire teams on site who have worked extremely hard to contain the blaze.
Tomorrow we are due to welcome prospective students and their families to Nottingham for our Open Day and we would like to stress that this is still going ahead as planned.
Around 60 firefighters have been called out to the "significant" blaze at Nottingham University, according to a spokesman from Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue.
They said: "We are dealing with a significant incident..... The building is part of the University of Nottingham campus."
They added that there have been no reports of injuries and the cause of the blaze is unknown as yet.
An eyewitness has described the scene at the University of Nottingham where around 50 firefighters are currently tackling a major blaze.
Sarah Armes says the fire is 'massive'.
50 firefighters are tackling the blaze at a uni building in Radford. Two aerial ladder platforms are being used to fight the fire from above
Video courtesy of Sarah Armes
Around sixty firefighters are tackling a blaze at the University of Nottingham this evening.
A fire has started on the Nottingham University Jubilee Campus. It is unconfirmed on how the blaze started. http://t.co/wYtnqPbHOE
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue service said the blaze started at around 8:30pm this evening.
Ten pumps are at the scene, along with two aerial ladder platforms.
Reports say the fire is at the Jubilee Campus on Wollaton Road.
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A picture has been released of the 7-year-old girl who was found dead in Nottingham.
Shanay Rihanna Walker was found at a house in Beckhampton Road on Thursday.
A post-mortem examination found she had died from a head injury.
23-year-old Kay-Ann Morris has been charged with her murder.
A seven-year-old girl who died from a head injury last week has been named in court as Shanaye Walker.
The child's body was discovered at a house in Beckhampton Road, Nottingham on Thursday.
23-year-old Kay-Ann Morris has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with her murder.
A woman has been charged with murdering a seven-year-old girl who died from a head injury.
Kay-Ann Morris, 23, is in police custody and will appear before Nottingham Magistrates' Court tomorrow accused of the killing the girl, who has yet to be identified.
The child's body was discovered at a house in Beckhampton Road, Nottingham on Thursday evening, after concerns were raised about her safety.
A post-mortem examination established the preliminary cause of the girl's death as a head injury.