PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania woman has been charged with three counts each of third-degree murder and vehicular homicide while driving under the influence in an early Monday crash on I-95, killing two Pennsylvania State troopers and a male pedestrian.
State police said Tuesday that the charges against 21-year-old Jayana Tanae Webb of Eagleville would also include second-degree manslaughter of a law enforcement officer.
Police said troopers Martin Mack III and Branden Sisca were trying to get 28-year-old Reyes Rivera Oliveras of Allentown, Pennsylvania, off the highway when all three were struck by a vehicle "traveling at a high rate of speed."
Mack, 33, was survived by his wife and two young daughters, according to a GoFundMe campaign setup for his family by Gina Atkins and Jessica Brown.
Sisca, 29, was survived by his pregnant wife, who is expecting their first child in July, according to a separate campaign for his family's expenses, organized by a group including Chrissy Childs.
It's unclear whether Webb has an attorney.
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