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Funeral Services Trooper Mack, Thursday

Updated March 29 8 am

The funeral services for Pennsylvania State Trooper Martin F. Mack IIl  will be held in Levittown. 

The Tullytown Borough Police said services will be held March 31, at St. Michael the Archangel Church, 66 Levittown Parkway.

Mack was killed, along with fellow Trooper Branden T Sica and civilian Reyes Rivera Oliveras, 28, of Allentown on I-95 March 21 when they were struck and killed by Jayana Tanae Webb 20 of Eagleville.

Services are scheduled to begin at 11 am.

Radcliffe Street in Bristol Borough will be completely closed as the motorcade procession will leave Wade Funeral Home around 10:30 am. with State Police vehicles lining the street.

The procession will head east, making a left onto Green Lane, and then a right hand turn onto Rt 13 and end at St. Michael the Archangel Church.

 

Please note traffic flow will be interrupted on Levittown Parkway from Rt 13 to Kenwood Drive in both directions from 9 am to 1:30 pm.

Tullytown Police encourage the public to check their Facebook page for additional information as the day of services draws near

Additionally the procession from St. Michael the Archangel Church to Langhorne Cemetery will also incur alterations to usual area traffic patterns.

Falls Police Township Police say from approximately 12:30 PM, to approximately 2:00 PM, the entirety of Levittown Parkway, South Oxford Valley Road, and North Oxford Valley Road to Big Oak Road, will be fully closed to any through traffic.

Lower Makefield Makefield Twp Police say beginning at  12:15 pm  the southbound lanes of Oxford Valley Rd at Big Oak Rd 12:15 will be closed. The closure is expected to last for about one hour.

Additional roadways will be closed for the motorcade procession include: Levittown Parkway, S. Oxford Valley Rd, Oxford Valley Rd, Rt 1 Super Highway to Our Lade of Grace Cemetery, 1215 Superhighway.

Motorists are asked to limit their travel in the area while the funeral procession takes place.

 

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Funeral Services Trooper Mack, Thursday

Updated March 29 8 am

The funeral services for Pennsylvania State Trooper Martin F. Mack IIl  will be held in Levittown. 

The Tullytown Borough Police said services will be held March 31, at St. Michael the Archangel Church, 66 Levittown Parkway.

Mack was killed, along with fellow Trooper Branden T Sica and civilian Reyes Rivera Oliveras, 28, of Allentown on I-95 March 21 when they were struck and killed by Jayana Tanae Webb 20 of Eagleville.

Services are scheduled to begin at 11 am.

Radcliffe Street in Bristol Borough will be completely closed as the motorcade procession will leave Wade Funeral Home around 10:30 am. with State Police vehicles lining the street.

The procession will head east, making a left onto Green Lane, and then a right hand turn onto Rt 13 and end at St. Michael the Archangel Church.

 

Please note traffic flow will be interrupted on Levittown Parkway from Rt 13 to Kenwood Drive in both directions from 9 am to 1:30 pm.

Tullytown Police encourage the public to check their Facebook page for additional information as the day of services draws near

Additionally the procession from St. Michael the Archangel Church to Langhorne Cemetery will also incur alterations to usual area traffic patterns.

Falls Police Township Police say from approximately 12:30 PM, to approximately 2:00 PM, the entirety of Levittown Parkway, South Oxford Valley Road, and North Oxford Valley Road to Big Oak Road, will be fully closed to any through traffic.

Lower Makefield Makefield Twp Police say beginning at  12:15 pm  the southbound lanes of Oxford Valley Rd at Big Oak Rd 12:15 will be closed. The closure is expected to last for about one hour.

Additional roadways will be closed for the motorcade procession include: Levittown Parkway, S. Oxford Valley Rd, Oxford Valley Rd, Rt 1 Super Highway to Our Lade of Grace Cemetery, 1215 Superhighway.

Motorists are asked to limit their travel in the area while the funeral procession takes place.

 

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