A vigil will be held this evening in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, following the tragic crash which claimed four young lives.
The vigil will take place at 6.30pm in Kickham Plaza.
18-year-olds Grace McSweeney, Zoey Coffey and Nicole Murphy and Grace’s 24-year-old brother Luke McSweeney died in a single-vehicle crash on Mountain Road on Friday night.
The three girls had received their Leaving Cert results earlier that day and were due to go to a celebration.
Presentation Secondary School Principal Michael O’Loughlin said students Zoey and Grace were “two beautiful students who were loved by everyone who met them”.
“They achieved excellent [Leaving Cert] results on Friday,” he said.
“Both girls were absolutely thrilled with their results and were looking forward to new exciting times ahead.
“A great day of celebration is now replaced by unbearable grief and a great sense of loss.”
Loreto Secondary School Principal Anne McGrath said “no words can express our sorrow, pain and grief” for the loss of Nicole.
“Nicole was a beautiful student, hgihly regarded by students and staff alike,” she said.
“During her time in Loreto, she developed into a young woman who was kind, gentle and witty.
“She was a loyal friend.”
Loreto and Presentation, as well as C.B.S High School where Luke attended, have offered support to people affected by the loss of these young people.