Post mortems have been completed and gardaí are in consultation with embassies and families who are making arrangements to fly home the bodies of the five East Europeans killed in yesterday's car accident near Buncrana in Co Donegal.

Four of the victims, including three women and a man, were from Latvia, while the fifth, a 35-year-old man, was from Lithuania.
Gardaí from Buncrana have named the victims.

Danielius Abartis, 23, had an address at The Crescent, Buncrana, Co Donegal.

Aija Porcika, 38, had an address at The Hawthorne's, Buncrana, Co Donegal. Her 19-year-old daughter Ginta Veite had only arrived in Ireland at Dublin Airport yesterday afternoon.

Marita Kerpe, 28, had an address at The Hawthorne's, Buncrana, Co Donegal. They were all Latvian nationals.

Recardas Beilskis was a 35-year-old Lithuanian National with an address at Garvery, Burnfoot, Co Donegal.

The remaining victim, a Latvian National, is in stable condition in Letterkenny General Hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.

An official from the Latvian Embassy said the remains of the victims will be brought back to eastern Europe.

Ivars Lasis, First Secretary with the embassy, said the Latvian police have now informed the victim's families of their deaths.

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the accident.

The five died after two cars collided on the bend just outside Buncrana on the Derry road at around 4.30am yesterday morning.