Man in his 20s arrested following fatal Bundoran crash

The scene of the fatal accident in Bundoran

The scene of the fatal accident in Bundoran

The fatal road traffic collision occurred at Eastend, Bundoran, Co.

Their bodies have been removed to Sligo General Hospital, where a post mortem will be carried out tomorrow.

The one-vehicle collision happened when the auto hit a wall in Eastend in Bundoran just before 3.30am on Sunday.

A man and a woman both in their 20s were killed when the auto they were passengers in hit a wall early this morning, Sunday, August 19. The other victim was Conall McAleer who was also in his twenties and was from Pettigo. He was a student at South West College in Enniskillen.

Garda forensic collision investigators officers are at scene of the crash and the road is now closed to traffic.

The road at the crash site has been reopened to traffic. Cards and flowers have been placed at the scene paying tribute to the deceased.

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A second woman was also critically injured.

Two other people were taken to hospital with serious injuries.

"Obviously these incidents can happen, but when it happens in a small area like Bundoran, a seaside town, but a small community, it makes it more tragic".

A man in his 20s has been arrested after presenting himself to the Gardaí (Irish police).

Weather conditions may have been hard for the driver due to heavy rain overnight.

Gardaí are continuing to appeal for witnesses to come forward.

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