Fire crews are still at a major fire in Brierley Hill. Up to 60 firefighters were called to Wallows Industrial Estate on Fens Pool Road shortly after 9:30pm yesterday evening.
We are dealing with a severe fire at Fens Pool Ave, Brierley Hill. There are currently 8 fire engines plus support… https://t.co/VR9kl8UVgw
West Midlands Fire Service have confirmed that the fire has been extinguished and there are no reports of any injuries at this time. An investigation will be carried out once the site is declared safe.
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Two men have died following a car accident in Brierley Hill just before midnight last night.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to Brettell Lane in Brierley Hill at 11.59pm yesterday to reports of a collision between a car and a wall.
Two ambulances, a community paramedic, a MERIT trauma doctor and advanced paramedic attended but neither of the men could be saved.
“Sadly, upon arrival, it quickly became apparent to ambulance staff that nothing could be done to save one man in the car and he was confirmed dead.
“The second occupant, a man, sustained multiple serious injuries and was trapped. Once extricated from the car, his condition rapidly deteriorated at the roadside and despite advanced life support by the team of ambulance staff the man couldn’t be saved and he was also confirmed dead.”
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Police searching for a teenage girl who had been missing from her home for four days, have found her safe and well.
Faye Fellows, from Brierley Hill, was found at an address in Stone, Staffordshire, this morning.
She had last been seen on Saturday (January 18th) when she left her home on Lancaster Road to meet a friend.
Police are searching for a teenage girl who has been missing from her home for four days.
Faye Fellows, from Brierley Hill, is believed to have travelled to Stone, Staffordshire.
DC Nick Slym, from Dudley Police, said:
“Faye has been missing before but not for this length of time, we are anxious to know that she is safe and well and would ask for anyone who knows where she is to call us.”
Police are searching for a teenage girl from Brierley Hill, Dudley, who has been missing for four days.
Faye Fellows, 14, was last seen on Saturday (18 January) when she left her home on Lancaster Road to meet a friend.
She is described as white, five foot four inches tall with long brown hair.
Police believe she could have travelled to Stone in Staffordshire.