Three people have now been killed as Storm Ophelia continues to batter the country.
The latest accident happened in Dundalk in Co Louth this afternoon.
A person has been killed after a tree fell on their car in Ravensdale just before three.
Elsewhere in Tipperary, a man in his early 30s was seriously injured by a chain saw as he was trying to clear a fallen tree in Cahir.
He has since passed away from his injuries and his body has been removed to Clonmel Hospital.
While, in Waterford a woman in her 50s was killed when a tree fell on her car close to Aglish village just after half eleven this morning.
A female passenger in her 70s was also hurt – although her injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
As the storm continues to batter the country, gardaí are advising people to stay indoors and not to go outside.