A fire at a high-rise residential building is being treated as suspected arson.
The incident happened in the communal lobby area of the 22nd floor of the 32-storey Cleveland Tower in Holloway Head, Birmingham.
West Midlands police are investigating the incident, along with West Midlands Fire and Rescue Service .
Four fire engines and around 20 firefighters were sent to the scene. It is thought that around 750 people live in the tower block, but that no-one was injured.
Area Commander Ben Brook, of West Midlands Fire Service, said:
Following the Grenfell Tower fire in London last month, today’s incident was understandably shocking for everyone concerned. I can confirm that there was no cladding on the structure.
The first fire crew arrived within 4 minutes and 30 seconds.