A MOTHER-of-one killed together with a friend in a Co Donegal car accident will be liquidated after a funeral service today.
Shiva Devine (20) of The Acres at Belleek, Co Fermanagh died together with Conall McAleer in a collision in the Eastend area of Bundoran, Co. Donegal in the early hours of Sunday.
Three of their friends were injured in the crash and a sixth man handed over to Gardai later that morning.
He was later released and a file will be prepared for the public prosecutor of the Republic of Ireland.
One of the friends, locally named as 25-year-old, one-on-one Rachel Elliot of Ballinamallard, Co Fermanagh, would have been transferred to the Beaumount Hospital in Dublin, where she is expected to be in a critical condition.
The former St Mary's College, an apprentice from Irvinestown, would have suffered back complaints in the crash.
Requiem Mass for Mrs. Devine takes place at 11 am in the St Brigid's Church, Ballintra, and then buried at the adjacent cemetery.
Tomorrow McAleer will be put to rest in his native Fermanagh.
His body is being privately toned at his home on Boa Island Road in Kesh tonight.
Requiem-Mass will be held tomorrow at noon in the church of St. Joseph, Ederney, followed by an intervention at Edenclaw Cemetery.
His family has asked for donations instead of flowers to Macmillan.
Friends yesterday took to social media to pay tribute, with Mrs Devine described as "the most beautiful girl I had the pleasure to know", "down to earth" and a "sweet girl loved by a lot".