Obdulia Sanchez, has been charged with driving under the influence and gross vehicular manslaughter in the accident she live streamed on her Instagram account that showed the death of her 14-year-old sister, NBC News reported.
The video, which was live streamed to Obdulia's Instagram account, shows the moment that the vehicle rolls over a fence and into a nearby field.
Bloody visuals from the scene at that point demonstrate Jacqueline's body strewn on the floor, the other young lady in the auto waving for cause and Obdulia conversing with the camera.
Sanchez can be heard in the video saying "I (expletive) killed my sister, OK?" The video, which could be seen on Instagram hours after the accident, showed Sanchez singing and dancing before the accident. "My sister is f****** dying", Sanchez says in the video. I know will imprison forever. "If you don't survive, I am so f--ing sorry". I don't ... care though, I am holding it down.
When the auto that Sanchez - phone in hand - was driving drifted to the right, the young woman had to turn sharply to the left, and the vehicle made of barrels in a field.
"I think she knows what has happened", Nicandro Sanchez said in the interview.
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The California Highway Patrol said Sanchez was driving a Buick Century when it veered onto the right shoulder of a road. CHP investigators did not disclose Sanchez's blood alcohol content at the time of the crash. Seja told the local media outlet that she and Jacqueline were involved in a relationship.
She also says she will go to prison but doesn't care.
Relatives have affirmed the video was shot by Obdulia.
Mary Hernandez, of Stockton, who saw the live stream, chose to record it while uncertain if the stunning film was genuine.
"He said he hasn't spoken to Obdulia but he believes she knowns she did something wrong but doesn't know what happened".
Family members started a GoFundMe page for Jacqueline's funeral expenses.
"I think this video can get a lot of people to think twice about using their phones while driving now", Hernandez told BuzzFeed News. They said Jaqueline Sanchez, was supposed to celebrate her quincenera Sunday.