Teenager arrested, accused of livestreaming vehicle crash that killed her sister

Teenager arrested, accused of livestreaming vehicle crash that killed her sister

California police have arrested an 18-year-old woman on suspicion of causing a deadly crash that killed her 14-year-old sister after the teen broadcast the accident live on Instagram.

Obdulia Sanchez a Stockton, California woman, livestreams video of fatal vehicle crash that kills her younger sister, Jacqueline Sanchez.

An acquaintance of Sanchez said she saw the Instagram video after it had been live for 19 hours. As a result of the crash, her sister, Jacqueline Sanchez, was ejected from the vehicle. "I f-king love my sister to death".

In addition, an unidentified 14-year-old girl from Fresno was also riding in the back with Jacqueline.

Mary Hernandez, 25, was following Sanchez on Instagram and watched as the livestream showed the vehicle careen into the fence, according to NBC News.

The other passenger had major right leg trauma, according to a police report.

A passenger is seen outside the auto, apparently waving for help, while Obdulia Sanchez kneels beside her sister on the ground.

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Obdulia Sanchez from Stockton, south of Sacramento, was booked into Mercer County Jail on charges of driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter while under the influence, KFSN reported. "I know I'm going to prison for life". What's more, Sanchez continued to live stream even after the fatal auto crash had occurred.

In the live recording, Obdulia can be heard saying, "Jacqueline, please wake up".

"At first we didn't even want to believe it was real", Hernandez told ABC 30. I'm sorry, baby. I'm gonna hold it down'.

Meanwhile, the third girl in the crash can be seen waving at cars for help.

California Highway Patrol Sgt. Darin Heredia told BuzzFeed News that officials were "well aware" of the video. The video has since been deleted from social media sites, but not before being viewed and shared by numerous users.

A Gofundme page set up to pay for funeral expenses for Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada.

Tragically, Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada, was supposed to celebrate her Quinceanera on Sunday.