At least three deaths have been reported from Hurricane Roslyn after it slammed the Pacific coast of Mexico over the weekend as a Category 3 storm.

A male senior citizen died after a beam fell on him from a roof. He was identified as Gilberto Hernandez Rodriguez, a resident of the island of Mexcaltitan.

Two women died while in a building that collapsed, BBC News reported. Ana Pimentel Moreno, 39, from the Rosamorada municipality, was one of the women killed, according to the New York Times.

On Sunday morning, the hurricane ripped through a sparsely populated stretch of areas between the resort towns of Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan before moving inland.

On Saturday, Roslyn became a powerful storm in just 24 hours and reached Category 4 status. It was downgraded to a Category 3 hurricane before it reached landfall. It was later downgraded to a tropical cyclone.

The aftermath has caused areas throughout Mexico to deal with flashing flooding, flooded roads, damaged homes, mudslides, power outages, flipped over vehicles, and people being trapped inside their homes.

Nearly 100,000 people were without electricity as of Sunday afternoon, according to Mexico's federal electricity commission.

Some areas saw severe damage, as multiple damaged homes and fallen trees forced residents into shelters.