Members of the A5 'Enough is Enough' campaign are calling for road upgrades to be carried out urgently following the latest fatality on what has been described as one of Ireland's most "dangerous" roads.
Police confirmed that another person has died on the A5, following a single-vehicle collision on the Curr Road, Omagh on Friday afternoon
Niall McKenna is the current chairman of the A5 'Enough is Enough' campaign.
Speaking to Northern Sound, he stated with every month that goes by, the possibility of another death occurring increases and unfortunately that has now prevailed.
Mr Kenna said that the group is "very conscious" that the commissioner is currently writing a report and deciding whether this scheme should go ahead.
He added that upgrades to this road are a "matter of most importance" as that this issue only seems to be getting worse.
"We'd just like to send our condolences to the families of the latest victim of the road. The figures on the road are on that average there is one fatality every three to four months so that shows the urgency and everything seems to be getting worse," he explained. "We are very conscious that there is a commissioner writing a report deciding whether on not this scheme should go ahead and I think this latest death is more evidence that it must go ahead."