California woman Livestreamed dying sister after auto crash

The accident killed 14-year-old Jacqueline Sanchez, who was expelled out of the vehicle as it crashed. The vehicle went through a barbed wire fence and overturned in a field, ejecting Obdulia Sanchez's 14-year-old sister and another 14-year-old passenger. As did another 14-year-old sister, who has injured her leg badly and is hospitalised.

Sanchez was booked on driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter charges at the Merced County Jail on Saturday.

Jacqueline, who was bleeding from her head due to the accident, was declared dead shortly after the mishap happened. Nicandro Sanchez added that he knows his daughter drinks, but it's not around him. "What I think - she knows she's done something wrong".

A USA teen livestreamed a deadly auto crash on Instagram and then filmed her mortally wounded sister in the aftermath. The video kept going through the entire crash and afterward. According to the police, none of the teenagers were wearing seat belts when they were ejected from the 2003 Buick Century. At times, the video appears to show Sanchez with both hands off the wheel. Then someone screams and the footage turns red and blurry and becomes noisy. If the video is legitimate, officials will investigate whether Obdulia's usage of her phone was one of the reasons behind the crash. Look, I f**king love my sister to death.

"This is last thing that I wanted to happen, OK".

"Jacqueline, please wake up!" "She feels bad for herself, but she killed her own sister", Nicandro said. "I know I'm going to jail for life alright".

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The video is disturbing and an extreme case, but Doug Shupe with AAA said it's part of an alarming trend among teen drivers.

Family members confirmed it was Sanchez who live-streamed the video of the crash and its aftermath, the station reported. "We were like, 'Oh, no, that's makeup.' I don't know".

Relatives have set up a GoFundMe page to pay for the funeral of Jacqueline.

They say the casualty, Jacqueline, should commend her Quinceanera (fifteenth birthday celebration) on Sunday.

Nicandro Sanchez said Obdulia had a hard childhood and graduated from high school a year ago. The one killed in the accident was referred to by the driver as her sister, while the other girl suffered a major injury.

  • Adam Floyd