Woman arrested in deadly crash that was livestreamed online

An 18-year-old woman from Stockton, California has been arrested and charged with vehicular manslaughter in connection with a crash that killed her 14-year-old sister-and she livestreamed the entire incident on Instagram.

Obdulia Sanchez complained of pain in her chest and right knee, according to CHP.

Obdulia Sanchez was driving her sister, Jacqueline Sanchez, and another girl westbound down Henry Miller Road around 6:40 p.m. Friday.

Obdulia Sanchez, 18, was singing and listening to music with her sister and another 14-year-old girl in the backseat when the vehicle she was driving suddenly veered off the roadway. "I f****** killed my sister, OK?" A female is heard in the video saying, "Hey, everybody, if I go to fucking jail for life, you already know why". "I love you rest in peace, sweetie". The video has been removed from Instagram but had been shared widely on social media.

California Highway Patrol is examining video as part of its investigation into the crash, The Associated Press reported.

Records show she is being held on a $300,000 (£230,000) bond following Friday's crash.

Obdulia then repeatedly asks her sister to wake up and reiterates that she did not mean to kill her. "Wake up, baby".

A United States teen livestreamed a deadly auto crash on Instagram and then filmed her mortally wounded sister in the aftermath. "This is the last thing I wanted to happen to us but it just did", she said.

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The other girl, whom authorities have not identified, had major trauma to her right leg but is expected to survive.

Hernandez said that Instagram did not remove the content and it had been up for 19 hours when she saw and recorded it.

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

'I think this video can get a lot of people to think twice about using their phones while driving now'.

Sheriff Vern Warnke of Merced County, California, said in a statement that Jacqueline had not been wearing a seatbelt when the vehicle crashed around 6:45 PM on Friday. Her sister was supposed to celebrate her quinceañera (15th birthday) soon.

A GoFundMe page that is purportedly raising money for her funeral costs has been set up and has a $10,000 goal.

Ms Sanchez was being held in the county jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter while under the influence.

  • Megan Austin