It was a rough weekend on highways across the state.
Four people were killed in three crashes around the state this weekend, including a 31-year-old Lowell man who died after he was ejected from a Ford Expedition that rolled over on Route 25 in Plymouth on Saturday morning.
A 41-year-old Lowell woman who was driving that Expedition is also hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after she was partially ejected.
State Police said in a release you can download here, that Ran Sat, 31, of Lowell, died at Tobey Hospital in Wareham despite the efforts of Trooper William Bates, who performed CPR on Sat at the scene of the crash on Route 25 near mile marker 6 on Saturday about 8:20 a.m.
The driver of the Expedition, Sophy Bo, 41, of Lowell, was partially ejected as the vehicle rolled over. She too suffered what police described as life-threatening injuries.
Bo was taken to Tobey Hospital, and from there was flown to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, where state police said she was listed in fair condition this afternoon.
There were no other vehicles involved in the crash, which remains under investigation.
There was also a fatal accident on Interstate 495 in Andover, north of Route 133 early this morning.
State police say Zahir Khan, 64, of Salem, N.H., died as a result of injuries suffered in that crash. More details of the Andover crash were not released.
Yet another crash claimed two lives on Route 24 in Bridgewater this morning about 4 a.m. Police are not yet releasing the identity of those killed in that crash.
Be careful out there folks. There has already been too much death on the roads this weekend.