THREE people have died in three separate single-vehicle accidents around the state in an horrific 24-hour stretch.
A 61-year-old Targa man was killed when his car left the Tasman Highway and rolled into a paddock about 7pm yesterday.
The accident happened near Targa.
Police said the man was travelling east towards Launceston when his silver Toyota Sorento sedan crossed to the wrong side of the highway, left the road and rolled into a paddock on a sharp corner.
Speaking at the scene, Constable Angus Dobner said the driver was tossed from the vehicle and was dead when police arrived.
``Police are investigating as to whether alcohol may have been a factor, and at this stage it appears the driver was not wearing a seatbelt,'' Constable Dobner said.
Police have asked for anyone who witnessed the incident to call the Ravenswood police station on 6339 3666 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
In the second fatal crash yesterday, a person died on Cockatoo Gully Road at Dysart, in the state's South.
It is understood that the car the person was driving ran into a cow.
Police said the accident occurred on private property and was the result of a ``medical event''.
On Friday night a 68-year-old Campania man died in a vehicle rollover while hunting with two other men.
The accident happened on private property in the Southern Midlands at Lower Marshes.
The man was driving a converted Land Cruiser up a steep bush track about 8.30pm when it rolled.
One his passengers sustained a broken leg, while the other was unharmed.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter took the injured man to the Royal Hobart Hospital, where he was in a stable condition last night.
Inspector Jason Elmer said the men were thrown from the car and the 68-year-old died at the scene.
``The location of the scene was such that emergency services, including police, ambulance and SES, were required to proceed on foot,'' Inspector Elmer said.
Leg 1``The matter is now subject to a coroner's investigation and the name of the deceased will not be released.''
It is not known whether alcohol was a factor in the crash.