The heat from a massive bonfire in Belfast city centre caused the windows of a nearby apartment block to crack.
Firefighters could be seen on the roof of the 10 story building at Wellwood Street on Tuesday evening, working to try and keep the situation under control.
However as the bonfire raged, several windows were broken and there was also smoke damage to other apartments.
When the crews left, one of the appliances came under attack - but no-one was injured, as Jane Loughrey reports.
The Northern Ireland Office has said it does not operate a bonfire compensation scheme, after windows in an apartment block were broken.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has told UTV she condemns bonfire displays like the coffin bearing a picture of the late Martin McGuinness.
Right across Northern Ireland, tens of thousands of Orangemen and their supporters have been on the march.