A woman killed after being hit by a train in Co Sligo on Wednesday has been named locally as Jessica McLoughlin.
Ms McLoughlin, who was aged in her 40s, was from Sligo town.
It happened on the train line at Knocks Park in Ballisodare at approximately 4pm.
A second woman aged in her 20s, and understood to be related to Ms McLoughlin, is still in a serious condition at Sligo University Hospital.
Investigations are underway into how the incident involving the 3.05pm service from Sligo to Dublin happened.
Forensic Collision Investigators were called to the scene and the coroner has been notified.
It is understood both women were walking along the track heading back towards Sligo.
Around 100 passengers were on board the Irish Rail carriages at the time.
Local councillor Thomas Healy has said people there are numb.
"There's a lot of people in the area - we're a very close community down here in Ballisodare and Collooney - and when the first [news] came through we didn't know who it was or what it was.
"We just knew that there was a bad accident on the railway line.
"Seeing passengers coming off the train, there was a lot of people that were really annoyed and upset at what happened.
"They didn't know what was going on," he added.
Irish Rail has described the events as a "tragic incident".
It said a full schedule of services will operate on Thursday between Sligo and Dublin's Connolly Station.