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Three motorists killed in separate Massachusetts traffic accidents

A trio of single-vehicle traffic accidents in the Boston area have claimed three lives in as many days as authorities continue to investigate.

Two men were killed in separate single-vehicle crashes on Saturday afternoon, according to Channel 5 News.

A Wareham traffic accident killed the driver of a 2003 Toyota Tundra, who veered off the shoulder of I-195 and was trapped after the rollover accident, Massachusetts State Police reported.

A Millbury motorcycle accident killed a 48-year-old South Grafton rider, who went off Route 146 southbound and into the median. The rider was thrown from the bike and landed in the road. He was transported to UMass Medical Center in Worcester, where he later died.

A 2004 Scituate High School graduate died from injuries sustained in a Pembroke car accident on Thursday afternoon, the Patriot Ledger reported.

The 24-year-old woman was the passenger in a 1993 Toyota pickup that rolled over several times in the northbound lanes of Route 3, shortly after 1:30 p.m. Both the woman and the 26-year-old driver were thrown from the vehicle. She died on Friday at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. The driver was taken to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, where he remained in critical condition on Monday.

Police continue to investigate the causes of the accidents.