Two men have died in separate crashes in counties Cork and Limerick in the Republic of Ireland.
It is understood a car driver in his 30s crashed into a fence off the M8 motorway in Cork on Sunday morning.
The emergency services attended the incident on the Old Dublin Road shortly after 07:00 local time and pronounced him dead at the scene.
In Limerick, a motorcyclist in his 50s died in a three-vehicle crash on the N69 road on Sunday afternoon.
His bike collided with a car and another motorcyclist between Glinn and Tarbert at about 12:40 local time .
The second motorcyclist, a man in his 20s, was taken to hospital with injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening.
No-one travelling in the car was hurt, according to Gardaí (Irish police).