Firefighters at fireplace dept. in Montgomery County return to work after chief killed on I-95

Firefighters in Montgomery County are again to work after taking time to mourn the lack of their chief, who was killed whereas he was on-duty as a state trooper.

The Trappe Hearth Division formally returned to service Tuesday.

Firefighters eliminated a flag that had been flying at half-staff in honor of Branden Sisca. The flag will likely be given to his household.

Sisca, Trooper Martin Mack III and an Allentown man had been killed after they had been hit by a automotive on I-95 in Philadelphia final month.

Police have charged the motive force, Jayana Webb, with homicide and driving underneath the affect.

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