A man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following a collision between a pick-up-truck and a pedestrian in Irvinestown on Tuesday morning.
A spokesman for the PSNI has confirmed that the 22-year-old man has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
The deceased has been named as 54-year-old Irvinestown woman Elaine McGarrity. The funeral will take place at 11am on Saturday morning at Sacred Heart Church Irvinestown.  

The fatal collision, involving a white Toyota Hilux Pick-up truck, occurred on the Brownshill Link Road, Irvinestown, at approximately 9am on Tuesday morning with Inspector Greg Beckett appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision or who has dash-cam footage to contact officers at Omagh police station. 

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service despatched an Emergency Crew and an Ambulance Officer to the scene. The Charity Air Ambulance with a HEMS crew on board also attended the incident

"Unfortunately the patient was pronounced deceased at the scene. Our thoughts are with the patients family at this sad time," a spokesperson for the NIAS stated.

Mrs. McGarrity is a daughter of the late Kenny and Mary Moffat. She is survived by her husband Maurice and children, Fiona (Muldoon) and Aaron, son in law Christopher, daughter in law Aileen and grandchildren, Ben, Codie, Cahair and Eliah. She is also survived by her brothers Kenny and Raymond Moffat, her sister Eileen Porter and is predeceased by her brother John and sister Katie.

Ulster Unionist Erne North Councillor Diana Armstrong has said there is “widespread community shock” at the tragic news.

“The community of Irvinestown and its surrounding area are learning of the tragic news that a local person has died as a result of an accident. A death in such tragic circumstances is very difficult at any time but will be even more poignant at this time of the year. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family and friends of the person who has died,” Councillor Armstrong said.

Meanwhile Erne North DUP Councillor Deborah Erskine, added: “This is deeply heartbreaking news for any family to receive and I want to offer my condolences to them. Irvinestown today will be in a state of shock but I am sure everyone within the community will uphold the families involved in their thoughts. I want to pay tribute to those came upon the scene - to the emergency services for their efforts. As we enter the New Year it is important that we all make an effort to take care on our roads.”