Six fire engines called to Wolverhampton cafe blaze

Burnt-out outbuilding behind the Star Buzz cafe The fire started in an outbuilding behind the Star Buzz cafe

Six fire engines were called to deal with a "severe" fire at a cafe.

The fire spread from a outbuilding behind the Star Buzz cafe, in St George's Parade, Wolverhampton, at about 10:00 GMT.

No-one was injured, West Midlands Fire Service said.

Part of St George's Parade was shut for about an hour while officers investigated the scene. It is yet not known what caused the fire, the fire service said.

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