The funerals of three members of the same family killed in a road crash in Tyrone will take place tomorrow and Monday.
Julia McSorley will be laid to rest today, while her niece and nephew Christine and Dan McKane will be buried on Monday.
They died when their minibus was in a fatal collision with a lorry near Aughnacloy on Thursday morning.
Mother-of-five Julia McSorley's funeral service will take place in St Eugene’s Church in Newtownstewart this morning.
There will be a joint funeral service for Dan McKane, a father-of-two, and his sister and mother-of-three Christine McKane in the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Strabane tomorrow.
The family had been travelling back to Strabane from an aunt's funeral in England when the crash happened.
Four others in the minibus were injured and two remain in hospital.
Upgrades to road
Hundreds of people attended a vigil for those killed and injured in Strabane on Friday, and a special mass was held in Aughnacloy.
The incident has intensified calls for a long-stalled upgrade of the A5 to proceed without further delay. A long-proposed upgrade to the road has been delayed and 51 people have been killed on the A5 since 2007.
Sinn Féin Vice President Michelle O’Neill made that demand as she expressed condolences.
“My heartfelt sympathies to the families of those killed in Aughnacloy, & best wishes to those injured for a full recovery,” she said online, “The community of Strabane is in our thoughts during this heartbreaking time."
“The A5 must be built now, no one should ever have to experience this heartache.”