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Tamworth hospital blaze: George Bryan Centre patients evacuated Tamworth hospital: Suspect, 43, held over George Bryan Centre fire
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A "severe" blaze is being tackled by firefighters at a mental health centre, fire bosses say. A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a "severe" blaze broke at a mental health centre in Staffordshire.
Emergency crews were called at about 21:15 GMT to the George Bryan Centre in Tamworth, Staffordshire. The 43-year-old, from Tamworth, was detained over the fire in the George Bryan Centre at the Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital in the town.
There have been no reports of any casualties, Staffordshire Police have confirmed. There were no reports of casualties in the fire, which broke out at about 21:15 GMT on Monday.
"All occupants and staff have been evacuated from the centre and are being transferred to other local medical centres," the force said. "All occupants and staff have been evacuated from the centre," Staffordshire Police said.
"The area remains closed whilst the fire service to continue to control the fire.""The area remains closed whilst the fire service to continue to control the fire."
An appeal has been made for witnesses to come forward with information about the fire at the centre, in Plantation Lane, Mile Oak.An appeal has been made for witnesses to come forward with information about the fire at the centre, in Plantation Lane, Mile Oak.