Pennsylvania woman who bragged on Twitter about being the "best-drunk driver" told troopers that she looked down at her phone to see which exit she was taking when she heard a "boom".
Jayana Tanae Webb, a 21-year-old resident of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who allegedly left two officials and a civilian dead after driving while under the influence of alcohol, told troopers that she looked down at her phone to see which exit she was taking when she heard a "boom".
Webb was driving southbound on I-95 near milepost 18 near the Stadium Complex, and according to investigators, her blood alcohol concentration was .211%, and she was seen swerving on surveillance video.
The 21-year-old allegedly left two officials and a civilian dead after driving while under the influence of alcohol, and tweets of her bragging about being a good driver while drunk, emerged later that day of the incident.
Webb will face trial and spend decades in prison if convicted for the deaths of troopers Martin Mack III and Branden Sisca and pedestrian Reyes Rivera Oliveras.
This tragedy happened months after Webb bragged about being the "best-drunk driver," which has seen some tweets of her resurface following this incident.
A string of reckless tweets from Webb attracted attention across social media, with many people calling out her behavior, saying that this was bound to happen.
Webb's tweets aged poorly with how this incident happened the same year she made those tweets bragging about speeding and driving drunk.
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Webb had been pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving moments before, but officers let her go when they were called to assist a pedestrian on the freeway.
Officers were aiding a guy going on foot when Webb allegedly crashed into them at great speed, killing the two officials and a civilian, a report from 6-ABC said.