I killed my sister, but I don't care

Eighteen-year-old Obdulia Sanchez was arrested last Friday after reportedly filming a vehicle crash that killed her 14-year-old sister, Jacqueline, and livestreaming it to Instagram. It's since been reported neither of the minors were wearing their seatbelts.

According to reports from BuzzFeed, Obdulia Sanchez was driving under the influence around 6:40 p.m. when the crash took place.

An 18-year-old woman has been arrested in California on suspicion of causing a deadly crash that was recorded live on Instagram. Look, I f--ing love my sister to death.

Wails the older sister after it suddenly dawns on her what has happened, 'I f-king killed my sister, OK? "If you don't survive, I'm so (expletive) sorry".

A friend of friend of Sanchez's named Mary Hernandez recorded a copy of the video before it disappeared from Instagram Stories.

The California Highway Patrol said in its statement, "Investigators are aware of the possibility of video evidence located on social media".

According to Buzzfeed, police have accused Sanchez of driving under the influence in Stockton, California, on Friday evening before she lost control of her auto at about 6:40 p.m. I killed my sister.

A California teen is behind bars after apparently livestreaming herself at the wheel of a vehicle she crashed, killing her 14-year-old sister and injuring another 14-year-old passenger on Friday.

Mary Hernandez, a Stockton resident, chose to record the livestream on her phone, "At first we didn't even want to believe it was real, ' she said". The other passenger sustained major trauma to her right leg, according to KTXL. The driver was reportedly combative and agitated during the incident, screaming at officers that her sister was dead, local newspaper The Fresno Bee reported.

Family members confirmed to KSFN the video was shot by the 18-year-old.

On Sunday, a GoFundMe page has been created to help pay for Jacqueline's funeral expenses.

Sanchez is in custody facing charges of vehicular manslaughter and DUI.

Jacqueline was about to celebrate her quincenera - the Hispanic tradition of honoring someone's coming of age at 15-years-old.

  • Joey Payne