The accident happened at 5:55 p.m., about five miles north of St. Pauls near Parkton Tobermory Road, according to N.C. Highway Patrol Sgt. K.R. Snead.
Ramritti Mansoor, 60, of 4608 Schall Road, Apt. B, West Palm Beach, Fla., was driving south on I-95 when she attempted to switch from the right lane to the left, according to Snead. Mansoor over-steered and the 1997 Chrysler van skidded out of control before overturning several times, Snead said. No other cars were involved.
"The estimated speed was 65 mph," Snead said. "Speed was not a factor."
Two passengers, who were not wearing their seat belts, were ejected from the van. Deepak Sugrim, 27, and Roy Mohamed, 12, of the same address, were killed immediately. Mansoor, who was wearing a seat belt, also died.
Mansoor's husband, Mohamed Mansoor, 61, was flown to Duke University Medical Center from Southeastern Regional Medical Center. He was wearing a seat belt.
Snead said the Highway Patrol is not sure of the exact relationship of the family members.
Another road fatality happened this morning on Shannon Road, but no details were available by press time. This morning's fatality is the 29th for Robeson County. There were 27 at this time last year.