Mont Co Woman Charged for Fatal Crash that Killed 2 State Troopers, Pedestrian on I-95
The Pennsylvania State Police have charged a Montgomery County Woman for killing two state troopers and a citizens in the crash on I-95 Monday.
A statement from PSU says Jayana Tanae Webb has been charged with following subsequent to their investigation into the crash.
Webb, 21, of Eagleville, is with the following:
- murder of the third degree, 18 Pa C.S. § 2502(c), three counts;
- homicide by vehicle while DUI, Title 75 § 3735, three counts;
- homicide by vehicle, Title 75 § 3732, three counts;
- manslaughter of a law enforcement officer in the second degree, 18 Pa C.S. § 2507(d), two counts;
- involuntary manslaughter, 18 Pa C.S. § 2504, three counts;
- recklessly endangering another person, 18 Pa C.S. § 2705, three counts;
- driving under the influence, Title 75 § 3802; and
- summary traffic violations, which include failing to drive at a safe speed, careless driving, and reckless driving.
Authorities also released the name of the deceased pedestrian who is identified as Reyes Rivera Oliveras, 28, of Allentown.
Several passing motorists called 911 after observing the pedestrian, identified as Oliveras, walking in the southbound lanes of travel on I-95. Troopers Martin F. Mack III and Branden T. Sisca, of Troop K, Philadelphia, located him and were in the process of securing him in their patrol vehicle when they were struck by Webb just before 1:00 a.m. on Monday, March 21.
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