California woman pleads not guilty in deadly live streamed crash

California woman pleads not guilty in deadly live streamed crash

California woman pleads not guilty in deadly live streamed crash

A family in California is grieving and struggling to find answers after an unimaginable auto accident took the life of one of their daughters, and forever changed the course of life for another.

Obdulia Sanchez, the 18-year-old Stockton woman accused of live-streaming a crash that killed her younger sister, spit at law enforcement at the scene of the crash and kicked an emergency responder in the face, according to reports from investigators obtained by the Merced Sun-Star.

Jacqueline Sanchez, 14, of Stockton died in the crash, Merced County sheriff Vern Warnke said. The video then recorded the vehicle crashing. The girls in the back were not wearing their seatbelts and were ejected through the window.

The other 14-year-old passenger in the vehicle suffered what authorities call "severe trauma" to one of her legs in the crash. Nicandro and Gloria Sanchez have said they're still "numb" and don't know how to feel. In the video, Obdulia raps along to the radio (sometimes taking her hands off the wheel) until everything goes blurry and screaming is heard; the 18-year-old is then seen outside the auto next to what appears to be the body of her sister, who has a large wound on her head.

Sanchez was arrested and booked at the Merced County jail and charged with DUI causing bodily injury and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.

A teenage driver lost control of her auto while she was livestreaming on Instagram and recorded part of the crash that authorities say killed her younger sister in California.

Sanchez was driving the vehicle on Friday when it veered onto the shoulder of a road about 75 miles northwest of Fresno, authorities said.

Family members confirm to ABC30 in Fresno the video was shot by Obdulia Sanchez.

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"Hey, everybody, if I go to fucking jail for life, you already know why", she said.

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"She was fearless and she was smart", Manuela said of Jacqueline. Screaming can be heard in the background of the video as Obdulia continues to focus on her sister. Look, I fucking love my sister to death. I don't give a f-. "At first we didn't even want to believe it was real", she said.

"Jacqueline, please wake up".

The driver was livestreaming on Instagram and recorded the crash.

Instagram issued a statement about the fatal California auto crash after the video shot both before and after the fatal accident went viral.

As hard as this is for the average parent to watch, there's just no comprehending how bad it must have been for the parents of these girls to see it.

Nicandro Sanchez tells the television station Obdulia Sanchez graduated from high school last year and that in the past two years she was in the custody of Child Protective Services. "They know nothing about her history, or her history in the foster care system, or that she was a victim of sex trafficking".

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