A man in his 40s and a woman in her 30s have been killed in an accident at a motor rally in the Republic of Ireland.
It is understood one of the vehicles lost control and crashed into a fence outside a house near Bailieborough, County Cavan, where some spectators were standing.
At least seven other people were injured in the accident, which happened at about 11:30 BST on Sunday.
Racing at the Cavan Stages Rally was suspended following the crash.
All of those injured, including the driver of the car, have been brought to Cavan General Hospital. None of their injuries are believed to be life-threatening.
It is believed the man who died was a photographer.
Matthew McMahon, who was at the scene, said: "All I saw was the car go over the crest then I heard the skid and people screaming.
"All hell broke loose, basically - people were crying and you could see something serious had happened."
An investigation by Irish police into the crash has begun.
Headlines Newsview all
One of the richest towns in Britain also has the highest number of people having extramarital affairs, according to new research. Wealthy Maidenhead tops a new ... Full story
A trainee teacher hanged himself on New Year’s Eve after a split from his girlfriend, an inquest heard today. Keiran Walsh, 22, split from his partner ... Full story
Late on a dark and rainy night, it is all go-go-go down at White Dee’s house in Birmingham. There is a pan of fish stew ... Full story
Rate this article
MOST POPULAR ON CAPITALBAY
- John McCain, who was tortured for five years while held captive at the 'Hanoi Hilton,' says two-hour execution of Arizona killer was 'torture'
- Attack of the killer bees: Swarm of Africanized honey bees sting man 1,000 times and chase his co-workers when they tried to come to his rescue
- Family of Dan Murphy's employee who died after diving into a shallow river during the work Christmas party, has lost its payout bid
John McCain, who was tortured for five years while held captive at the 'Hanoi Hilton,' says two-hour execution of Arizona killer was 'torture'
Double murderer Joseph Rudolph Wood was pronounced dead at 3.49pm, an hour and 57 minutes after his execution began on WednesdayMcCain says the nearly two-hour ...
Attack of the killer bees: Swarm of Africanized honey bees sting man 1,000 times and chase his co-workers when they tried to come to his rescue
By Jessica Jerreat Published: 03:00 GMT, 25 July 2014 | Updated: 03:01 GMT, 25 July 2014 ...
Family of Dan Murphy's employee who died after diving into a shallow river during the work Christmas party, has lost its payout bid
Jukes Campbell was at a Christmas party organised by her work when she dived into a shallow section of the Noosa RiverThe Sunshine Coast mother ...
Amateurish, eccentric and so very British: Was the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony a turning point in the tone and direction of the great Scottish independence debate, asks ROBERT HARDMAN
By Robert Hardman Published: 00:34 GMT, 25 July 2014 | Updated: 02:51 GMT, 25 July 2014 ...
Police are investigating the discovery of 11 dolls left on doorsteps in San ClementeThe dolls resemble the little girls who live in the homesThe motivation ...
Waning demand for Hennessy cognac and Louis Vuitton handbags saw first-half profits at LVMH fall 5 per cent to €2.58bn (£3.47bn). Sales at the Paris-based ...
Balfour Beatty and Carillion are in merger talks that could create a £3bn blue-chip construction giant. The companies behind the London Olympics Aquatics Centre and ...
The growth outlook for the UK economy has once again been upgraded significantly by the International Monetary Fund. In its latest World Economic Outlook, released yesterday, ...
Barclays has squared up for a fight with the New York Attorney General, filing a motion to dismiss his accusation that the bank misled clients ...
Westminster Outlook What’s the point of a reshuffle if you promote MPs to the wrong roles? Penny Mordaunt is not just an expert in belly-flopping ...