At least three people died over the weekend in traffic-related collisions between Saturday and Sunday alone.

A teenage woman died Sunday morning, police said, when the packed car she was in struck a guardrail, forcing the car to overturn right by Owl's Head Park in Bay Ridge.

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Emergency workers found Wiktoria Filc of Staten Island unconscious in the passenger seat of a 2005 Acura driven by 19-year-old Joseph Auteri, who investigators said was driving while drunk.

Auteri was injured but concious, as were three other passengers were in the backseat of the car with minor injures. All were taken to Lutheran Medical Center, but doctors declared Filc dead soon after arriving.

Hours earlier, NYPD also arrested the driver behind the wheel of a yellow cab when they said he failed to yield to a pedestrian who died from the collision on Sunday.

Luisa Rosario, 88, died not long after she walked around the Upper West Side at 12:45 a.m..

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Authorities said taxi driver Salifu Abubkar turned onto West 109th right as Rosario tried to walk across Columbus Avenue.

Abubkar, 73, was arrested and charged with failure to yield to Rosario, who doctors declared dead after paramedics rushed her to St. Luke's Hospital.

Meanwhile, a 68-year-old man died on Saturday at around 9:30 p.m. when a Ford sedan driving east on South Conduit Avenue after investigators said he crossed the road without the right-of-way. Police said the man, who was not identified by Sunday afternoon, tried to cross at 130th Street against the pedestrian signal.

Cops said the driver tried to avoid the man but still hit and killed him. The driver stayed at the scene. Paramedics rushed the pedestrian to Jamaica Hospital, but he was declared dead soon after.