The case of a man charged with killing two women in a single-car collision last year has been adjourned until December.
Dermot Dowd (24) is charged with dangerous driving causing the deaths of Kiara Baird (19) and mother-of-three Maria Wallace (38).
They died after the car in which they were passengers crashed at
The case was listed for mention at today's sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court where an application was made by the
Family members of the victims were in court for the brief hearing.
He is facing other charges and is in a trial which is to begin in Dublin on Friday.
Judge O'Hagan said he was very conscious of the fact that the families of the victims were in court.
"I am very conscious of the trauma that the families of the women are going through," he said.
He said that due to the upcoming trial and the fact the book of evidence had only been served he would adjourn the case until December.
"I am aware of the pressures that you are under,” he said to the families.