Irish president Michael D Higgins is attending the latest funeral for a victim of the Creeslough service station explosion.
The funeral service for James O’Flaherty, 48, is under way at St Mary’s Church in Derrybeg, Co Donegal.
Mr O’Flaherty was originally from Sydney in Australia but had been living in Dunfanaghy, just miles from Creeslough, with his wife and son.
Ten people were killed in Friday’s explosion.
State authorities in Ireland continue to investigate the cause of the explosion in a building complex which included the service station, a shop and apartments.
It is being treated as a “tragic accident”.
A gas leak is one theory, it is believed.
The 10 victims were aged from five to 59.
The other victims were 50-year-old Robert Garwe and his five-year-old daughter Shauna Flanagan Garwe, who were in the shop to buy a birthday cake; 14-year-old Leona Harper; 39-year-old Catherine O’Donnell and her 13-year-old son James Monaghan; 59-year-old Hugh Kelly; and 49-year-old Martina Martin.
A joint service will be held for Ms O’Donnell and her son James at St Michael’s in Creeslough later on Wednesday.
Ms Harper’s funeral will take place at St Mary’s Church in Ramelton, Co Donegal, on Thursday.
Mrs Martin, a mother of four, will also be laid to rest on Thursday with a service at St Michael’s.
Mr Kelly will be laid to rest at St Michael’s on Friday morning.
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