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Judge reinstates third-degree murder charges in crash that killed Pennsylvania troopers, pedestrian

Trooper Martin Mack, Trooper Branden Sisca, and Jayana Tanae Webb (L to R) PHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia judge has reinstated third-degree murder charges against a woman accused of fatally striking two Pennsylvania State Troopers and a pedestrian on I-95 back in March. The judge’s decision comes after third-degree murder charges against 21-year-old Jayana Webb were previously dismissed during a preliminary hearing back in June. At that time, bail was set at 10% of $600,000. FOX 29’s Kelly Rule reports that Webb's bail will remain the same despite the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office pushing to have it revoked on WednesdayOfficials say she was under the influence of alcohol and behind the wheel of an SUV when it plowed into Trooper Branden Sisca, 29, Trooper Martin F.

Mack III, 33, and Reyes Rivera Oliveras, 28, on I-95 in Philadelphia around 12:40 a.m. on March 21. All three men were pronounced dead at the scene. Webb faces a long list of charges in the incident, including third-degree murder, homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence, and two counts of second-degree manslaughter of a law enforcement officer.RELATED COVERAGE:Sources told FOX 29 that Webb had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit when she was tested after the crash.Investigators were also looking into Webb’s social media accounts after a post she made in January appears to show her bragging about her ability to drive while under the influence of alcohol. Law enforcement sources also say Mack and Sisca had conducted a traffic stop involving Webb's SUV a short time before the crash, but that stop was cut short as they responded to priority calls to get Oliveras, who was walking on the highway.Officials say Trooper Mack, 33, joined

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