Wednesday, 21 November 2018
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Truckers say if I-83 crash facts hold up, driver deserves what he has coming

Truckers say if I-83 crash facts hold up, driver deserves what he has coming
18 Oct
3:03

A potential conviction for homicide by vehicle while under the influence would mean years in jail for truck driver Jack Satterfield, the Mississippi man charged with causing the 12-vehicle, triple-fatal pile-up on Interstate 83 Friday.

Satterfield was charged Saturday with vehicular homicide and other counts after he barrelled into a line of slowed or stopped traffic in Lower Paxton Township about 8:30 p.m. the night before.

The accident left Zachary Lybrand, 24, of Middletown, his 16-month-old daughter Elliana, and 22-year-old Messiah College student Ethan Van Bochoven dead.

Satterfield told police he’d had a combination of margaritas and beers at a restaurant in New Jersey earlier in the day. Aspects of the accident remain under investigation.

Not surprisingly, he’s getting no sympathy from his peers behind the wheel.