One person has been killed following another tragic road smash on the Inishowen Peninsula.
The man, who was in his50s, was killed after a head-on collision between a car and a motorbike just after 5.30pm.
The crash happened at the townland of Castleforward, between Burnfoot and Buncrana.
The tragedy occurred as tens of thousands of people flocked to Co Donegal for the Irish Open Golf Championship at Ballyliffin.
The crash is the latest to claim another life on the peninsula which has been the scene of countless tragedies in recent years.
The death brings to six the number of people who have lost their lives on Donegal’s roads so far this year.
Today’s crash comes less than a month after a 14-year-old schoolboy was killed while driving a car on the Inishowen peninsula.
Jamie Doherty died when the car he was driving down a laneway at Clar, between Moville and Redcastle, went out of control on June 8th.
Gardai closed off the road on which the latest tragedy occurred.
Forensic collision investigators arrived at the scene and launched an investigation into the cause of the crash.
The dead man is understood to be from County Derry.
He was rushed to Altnagelvin Hospital but was pronouced dead a short time later.
Donegal County Council issued warnings to motorists coming from the Irish Open golf event to use alternative routes.