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The two police officers saw Rivera Oliveras, 28, walking down the road. As they were trying to get him into his vehicle, a driver, whom officials identified as Webb, approached the scene and tried to use the shoulder of the road to avoid them.

A young woman was arrested and charged in a crash that killed two Pennsylvania State Troopers and a man they were trying to help on Interstate 95 in South Philadelphia Monday morning.

Jayana Tanae Webb, 21, of Eagleville, is charged with third-degree murder, manslaughter by vehicle under the influence of alcohol, manslaughter by vehicle, second-degree murder of a law enforcement officer, manslaughter, reckless endangerment another person, driving under the influence, and summary traffic violations, including failing to drive at a safe speed, careless driving, and reckless driving.

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Woman charged in deadly crash on I-95 that killed two state troopers and a man
The deadly accident happened Monday around 12:40 a.m. in the southbound lanes of I-95 near Lincoln Financial Field, state police said. Sources told NBC10 that Pennsylvania State Troopers Martin F. Mack III, 33, and Branden T. Sisca, 29, had just stopped a car when they received a call about a man walking on the road. They then left the driver while they responded to the man.

Authorities are investigating whether or not Webb was the driver they initially stopped.

The two police officers saw Rivera Oliveras, 28, walking down the road. As they were trying to get him into his vehicle, a driver, whom officials identified as Webb, approached the scene and tried to use the shoulder of the road to avoid them.

The driver hit all three men, police said. The impact was so great that it threw the two officers and Oliveras into the northbound lanes of I-95, police said.

Police said Webb remained at the scene and was later taken into custody.

Debris from the crash was extensive on I-95, NBC10’s Randy Gyllenhaal reported. The accident, investigation and closure caused a long traffic delay on the interstate in both directions.

Gov. Tom Wolf released a statement about the officers’ deaths Monday, saying he and his wife, Frances, are praying for all of the Pennsylvania State Police.

Statement

“Frances and I are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of these two state troopers and the person they were assisting,” the statement said.

“This tragedy is a reminder that our law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day, and we Pennsylvanians are grateful for the men and women who protect us and our communities.”

The Pennsylvania State Police Association echoed those statements. “Private Martin Mack and Branden Sisca died serving the people of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,” they said in a statement. “They are heroes, who will forever be honored by all who take and recite the Pennsylvania State Police Call of Honor and serve. as the Pennsylvania State Police.”

Private Mack enlisted in the state police in November 2014, state police said. Trooper Sisca had just enlisted in the Pennsylvania State Police in February 2021.

Both soldiers spent their careers assigned to the Troop K Patrol Section, which covers Philadelphia, state police said.

Mack is a 2006 graduate of Monsignor Bonner High School and Albright University in Reading. He was married with two children and lived in Bristol Township, Bucks County.

Sisca graduated from West Chester University in 2014. He had recently graduated from the State Police Academy.

Trappe Community Mourns Death of State Trooper and Fire Chief Brandon Sisca
Sisca was also trained as an EMT and served with the West Chester Fire Department and the Good Fellowship Ambulance Company. At the time of his death, he was fire chief for Trappe Fire Company No. 1.

The fire company issued a statement Monday, saying it was with “great sadness and heavy hearts” that they confirmed his death.

“At this time we ask that you give his family and the Trappe Fire Company family time to process the loss of an incredible person,” the statement said.

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