(TAMWORTH, Staffs.U.K.) Staffs Police Update Report: A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a blaze broke out at a mental health centre on Monday: The 43-year-old was detained over the fire at the George Bryan Centre near the Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital in the town #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Feb.12: A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a blaze broke out at a mental health centre in Staffordshire: The 43-year-old, from Tamworth, was detained over the fire at the George Bryan Centre near the Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital in the town: There were no reports of casualties in the fire, which broke out at about 20:50 GMT on Monday: Staffordshire Police said all occupants and staff were evacuated from the centre: Eighteen patients were on the west wing unit, which cares for adults who are acutely mentally ill, at the time of the blaze and have been moved to alternative locations: A spokesman from Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT), which runs the centre, said the east wing remained occupied but this was subject to an “ongoing review” Chief executive Neil Carr said it was “a traumatic and distressing event” and the trust would “ensure that all those affected receive whatever help and care they need” #AceNewsDesk reports

The fire at the George Bryant CentreBradley Stokes: All patients and staff have been transferred to other centres, police say.

The fire broke out at about 20:50 GMT on Monday: A voluntary female patient absconded during the commotion but was found soon afterwards, a police spokesman told the BBC.’’’’’’’’’’’’’’The fire service said about 20 people were evacuated from the centre, in Plantation Lane, Mile Oak……………A Staffordshire fire service spokesman said “quite a lot of the building” had been involved in the blaze and an investigation was under way to determine the cause.
Staffs Police Reported: Ten crews from Staffordshire, West Midlands and Warwickshire fire services were deployed.Officers are currently working in partnership with colleagues from Staffordshire Fire Service and West Midlands Ambulance Service at the scene of a fire at the George Bryan Medical Centre in Tamworth: There are no reported casualties. All occupants and staff have been evacuated from the centre and are being transferred to other local medical centres: The area remains closed whilst the fire service continue to control the fire……..We were called at 9.15pm this evening to the centre on Plantation Lane, Mile Oak……….Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting 796 of 11 February 2019

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: February.11: 2019:

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