Hotel roof blown off by winds

WINDY weather has caused a large section of a roof to be blown off a newly-opened hotel.

WINDY weather has caused a large section of a roof to be blown off a newly-opened hotel.

Fire crews were called to the Days Inn hotel, at Pheonix Road, Haverhill, after the county's strong winds caused severe damage to the building at about 5pm yesterday .

Firefighters were put on stand-by but no one is believed to have been hurt in the incident.

At 7.25pm, an ambulance crew went to the A1101 at Lackford where a tree had hit the roof of a car.

An injured man was taken to West Suffolk Hospital.