Another road death this afternoon has pushed the weekend road toll to four deaths.
A police spokeswoman said police and emergency services were advised of a crash on Toodyay Road in Red Hill around 2.30pm.
The driver is believed to be a 21-year-old woman.
Road Blocks are in place to the west at Toodyay Rd/ Newman St and to the east at Toodyay Rd / Roland Rd.
It is the third fatality for today and the fourth for the weekend.
A 23-year-old man died on Saturday afternoon when his Kawasaki motorcycle collided with a Mitsubishi Pajero in Chittering.
The motorcyclist had been travelling north-west along Julimar Road about 3.25pm when the collision occurred.
The Pajero continued down a steep embankment before it rolled and caught fire.
The 49-year-old female driver and her two children were treated for minor injuries at Northam Hospital.
Major crash investigators would like to speak to anyone who saw the crash or saw either vehicle prior to the crash.
Two more people died on Sunday morning in separate rollovers in the State’s south.
A 24-year-old woman died in a car rollover in Jerramungup, north-east of Albany, about 7.45am.
The incident occurred at the intersection of South Coast Highway and Stock Road.
A short time later, a 72-year-old man died when the truck he was driving rolled on the Pinjarra-Williams Road in Teesdale.
The RAC Rescue helicopter was dispatched but it is understood the driver died at the scene.