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A motorcyclist has been killed in a crash in Mandurah Photo: St John AmbulanceThree people have been killed in separate crashes on WA’s roads overnight.
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A back seat passenger died in a burning car after a crash near Bunbury on Friday night. Earlier a motorcyclist died in a crash in Mandurah, while on Saturday morning a driver was killed when his vehicle hit another car in Wooroloo.

I was just after 7pm on Friday when police rushed to reports of a crash at Roelands near Bunbury.

Police say a Holden Commodore with three people on board was being driven west along Raymond Road when it hit a steel barrier.

The car left the road and hit two trees before bursting into flames.

The 23-year-old driver from East Bunbury and a 24-year-old man from Australind managed to get out of the crashed car, but a man in the rear passenger seat died at the scene. */]]>

Earlier a motorcyclist was killed in a crash in Mandurah.

Police say the Harley Davidson rider was travelling north along Mandurah Road in Meadow Springs when he collided with a Toyota Camry travelling south.

The 84-year-old Camry driver was turning right into Ronsard Drive when the collision happened.

The motorcyclist received fatal injuries. The car driver was not hurt.

In a third fatality on Saturday morning, emergency services were called to a serious crash at Wooroloo when a couple in a Toyota Rav 4 collided head-on with another Mitsubishi Triton which was towing a furniture trailer.

The driver of the Toyota died at the scene while his female passenger was not seriously injured. The driver of the car and trailer also escaped serious injury.

The crash happened near the intersection of Great Eastern Highway and Old Northam Road.

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