Three deaths on the State's roads over the weekend have pushed this year's road toll to 125.
All three fatalities occurred in two hours on Saturday, with the first happening about 3pm at Yannarie, near Exmouth.
A 24-year-old Irish tourist was driving a Nissan Patrol when she lost control and the vehicle rolled. She was thrown from the vehicle and died at the scene.
A Scottish woman, 20, and an Irish woman, 24, who were passengers, were taken to Carnarvon Hospital.
A six-year-old was killed after his 27-year-old mother's vehicle collided with a 2008 white Toyota Hilux utility in Banksia Grove.
The woman was driving a 1998 Holden Commodore sedan north on Pinjar Road when the crash happened at the intersection with Nambi Parkway about 3.35pm.
The boy, who was in the back seat, died in hospital.
An 18-year-old High Wycombe woman died after she was involved in a quad bike crash in Lancelin.
The woman was a passenger on the bike that collided with a Hyundai Excel in sand dunes near Beacon Road about 4.45pm.She was thrown from the quad bike and died at the scene.
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