Three killed in Donegal crash

Two men and a woman are dead following a two-car crash in Donegal in the early hours of this morning.

The collision happened at about 4.20am on the bend of a road near Lisfannon in Buncrana.

One of the vehicles caught fire as a result of the crash.

Post mortems are due to be carried out on the bodies in Letterkenny hospital later today.

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