A Searsport man died Tuesday when his car veered off Route 3 in China and flipped over, Maine State Police said.

Killed was Richard Breau, 37, who was ejected from the 2004 Volvo he was driving, according to a news release Wednesday from Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Department of Public Safety. Breau was not wearing a seatbelt, according to the release, and “likely would have survived the crash” if he had been.

The accident, which was reported around noon, happened on a curve near S&T Motors, according to the release. The Volvo veered off the road and hit an embankment — ejecting Breau — and then flipped over and landed on its wheels and on top of Breau.

Maine State Police Trooper Jeremiah Wesbrock responded to the accident and found that Breau had a revoked Massachusetts driver’s license, according to the release.

Not wearing a seatbelt also was a factor in a fatal crash in Palmyra on Sunday that killed 29-year-old Aimee Lasco and injured her two daughters and their friend, according to McCausland.