Woman who lost husband, daughter in I-83 crash to sue driver, others


A woman who lost her husband and 16-month-old daughter when an alleged drunk driver caused an 11-vehicle crash on Interstate 83 will file a lawsuit Wednesday.

Zachary and Elliana Lybrand were two of three people killed in Oct. 12 crash at the Union Deposit Road exit in Lower Paxton Township.

State police said a Mississippi truck driver, 29-year-old Jack E. Satterfield III, admitted he drank two or three beers and five double-shot margaritas at a New Jersey restaurant before he caused the crash in a construction zone.

Jessica Lybrand is working with a law firm to file a lawsuit in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. Her attorneys at Feldman Shepherd will file the suit against Satterfield, Greentree Logistics Inc., and J.D. Eckman, Inc. 

Greentree Logistics Inc. is the trucking company that employed Satterfield. J.D. Eckman is the construction company involved in the project at the crash site. 

Lybrand and her attorneys will discuss the case and better safety on highways. 

Ethan Van Bochoven, 22, was also killed in the crash. The Messiah College student’s family is not involved in the lawsuit.

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