Library in Solihull
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Library roof collapse after strong winds

A library roof has collapsed in the West Midlands after being badly damaged by strong winds.

Residents nearby told the BBC they moved out of their homes by the police in the early hours of Saturday morning after parts of the Dickens Heath Library roof in Solihull were blown off.

Gareth Collins, who lives next to the library said he was shocked at the damage because the building was relatively new.

There have been no reports of injuries.

  • 05 Feb 2011