A large amount of roofing from a block of flats at the Eastern end of Slough's High Street has blown-off into the road.
The street remains closed at the Eastern side, whilst specialist officers are on site to undertake more surveys to ensure the safety of the area.
A spokesperson from Slough Borough Council told us it is assisting emergency services.
The housing association is also on site.
The Council says it is planning to remove the debris when appropriate, after all safety checks have been completed.
We are at Slough High Street with @TVP_Slough, @RBFRSofficial & @SloughCouncil. A roof from a block of flats has been blown across the road which is now closed. Fortunately, no injuries currently & final checks being undertaken to confirm no one under the debris @SCAS999RSO pic.twitter.com/dLLteABYp0— SCAS (@SCAS999) January 14, 2020
The road is not expected to re-open today, Slough Council said: "Apologies for any inconvenience and thank you all for your patience."
People are being advised to avoid the area if possible.
HIGH STREET: The High Street remains closed at the eastern end as we continue to ensure the safety of residents, businesses and buildings with specialist officers. After discussions with the HSE, the council has agreed we will be leading the investigation into this incident. 1/2— SBC (@SloughCouncil) January 15, 2020