A total of five men lost their lives on Irish roads over the June Bank Holiday weekend.
Each man was involved in a separate accident, with the incidents taking place in the counties of Meath, Wicklow, Mayo, Roscommon, and Fermanagh.
A lorry driver in his 40s died after his vehicle jackknifed on the M1 in Co. Meath yesterday.
Elsewhere, a male pedestrian was killed in the early hours of Monday in Wicklow while a front seat passenger, aged 20, died in Co. Mayo at 4am Sunday morning.
On Saturday, a man in his 40s was killed in an accident in Co. Roscommon and a 26-year-old died in a single-vehicle crash in Co. Fermanagh.
Up until Friday June 2, there were 63 people killed on Irish roads in 2017.