Clonmel Fire Rescue
Two people were rescuedfrfom this building, in a night that was very busy for the Emergency services in South Tipperary.
The first incident was around 10.45 last night when a car was set alight in the Wilderness housing estate.
Fire crews were then called to a fire at a three-storey building on Sarsfield
Street in the town centre, believed to have been petrol bombed.
Firemen needed a 46-foot ladder to rescue one man from the top floor.
Two people were taken to South Tipp General Hospital for treatment.
Around the same time a house was set on fire in the Carrigeen housing estate, which spread to the two neighbouring house, gutting all three.
It’s not thought anyone was seriously injured.