Wolverhampton church building damaged in 'severe' fire
- 9 March 2014
- From the section Birmingham & Black Country
Up to 50 firefighters tackled a blaze that broke out in the early hours at a church building in Wolverhampton.
The "severe" fire damaged the building in School Street, which houses the Asian Christian Fellowship and a charitable welfare centre.
It is understood to have broken out in ground floor store room spread to a passageway and an empty floor, the fire service said.
The cause of the blaze at the two-storey building is being investigated.
Ten fire engines were deployed - two from Wolverhampton, two from Fallings Park and one each from Bilston, Dudley, Willenhall, Wednesbury, Walsall and Bloxwich.
The fire service was alerted at about 23:40 GMT on Saturday and the blaze was under control by 03:00 GMT.