OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Motorcycle crashes killed at least three people in separate motorcycle accidents in Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Scott A. Reynolds, 35, of Ada died just before 12:30 a.m. Monday in an accident on Oklahoma 1 near the town of Latta in Pontotoc County.

Reynolds lost control and was thrown from the bike when it ran off the roadway, troopers said. Reynolds was store manager of The Home Depot in Ada.

An Idabel woman died Monday at a Denison, Texas, hospital of injuries suffered in an accident about 7:30 p.m. Sunday on Oklahoma 3 near Sobol in Pushmataha County.

Tammy Freeman, 40, was riding on the motorcycle driven by her husband, Kelly Freeman, 46, when it went out of control and both were thrown from the vehicle then run over by a motorcycle trailer.

Kelly Freeman was hospitalized in critical condition.

None of the victims were wearing a helmet, the patrol reported.

In northeastern Oklahoma, a Locust Grove woman was killed when the motorcycle she and her husband were riding was struck by a car over the weekend, Broken Arrow police said.

Joanie Durnal, 46, died at a Tulsa hospital after the accident shortly before noon on Saturday.

The Durnals’ motorcycle was headed southbound on a local street when it collided with a vehicle that turned north onto the street, police said.

Capt. Paul Kroutter said Don Durnal was admitted to a hospital, but information about his condition was not available Monday.

Both the Durnals were wearing helmets.

The 17-year-old driver of the car that struck the motorcycle could face charges, police said.

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