FRANCONIA TWP., Pa. - A Souderton woman has been charged in the fatal crash involving two highway workers in Montgomery County back in September, according to the district attorney's office.
Officials said Luciana Stock, 20, drove over an orange traffic cone before hitting two Franconia Township Highway Department workers who were painting lines on West Broad Street on September 5.
Prosecutors say Stock told police she reached to grab something, and when she looked up she had two men on her windshield.
David Smith, 53, of Telford, was killed. Jeffrey Moyer, 46, also of Telford, was seriously injured in the crash.
Officials say Stock was driving 4 mph over the speed limit and was distracted.
Authorities said she stayed at the scene after the accident.
Stock is facing homicide by vehicle, aggravated assault by vehicle and related charges.
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