BRISTOL, Pa. (CBS) — A driver has been charged with murder after one person was killed in a car accident on I-95 early Friday morning.

Pennsylvania State Police say troopers attempted to stop a 1999 Acura for speeding. The 23-year-old driver — identified as Arthur Lewis, led police on a brief chase and didn’t stop until he slammed into a concrete barrier near Exit 40.

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Arthur Lewis

The vehicle overturned, killing the front seat passenger, identified as Javairia Mahmood, 22, from Trenton. The driver and two backseat passengers — 19-year-old Malik Wade and 16-year-old T. Gaither — were also hurt and taken to local hospitals.

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The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office said in a statement that suspected heroin and marijuana were found in Lewis’ car and also in his jacket pocket.

Lewis has been charged with third-degree murder.

The accident caused northbound 95 to be shut down for several hours.

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Lewis is being held without bail is currently being guarded at St. Mary Medical Center by state police until he can be moved to the Bucks County Correctional Facility.