Obdulia Sanchez a Stockton, California woman, livestreams video of fatal car crash that kills her younger sister. Continues filming macabre scene saying she doesn’t care.
Obdulia Sanchez an 18 year old Stockton, California woman has livestreamed the moment she killed her sister in a deadly car crash, Friday.
The graphic video (see at bottom of post) which the sister uploaded to Instagram (under the hashtag, money.queen209) showed Sanchez filming herself while allegedly driving under the influence along a local highway. In the backseat were two 14 year old girls. One of whom was Sanchez’s younger sister reported KSFN-TV.
Before crashing, Sanchez had been recording herself singing along to music and flipping off the camera, capturing glimpses of the two younger teens in the back as she turned her phone from herself onto the empty road.
At some point that the camera suddenly shakes as the girls scream as Sanchez crashes. When the film begins again, a bloody scene unfolds.
‘Jacqueline, please wake up,’ Obdulia says while trying to shake 14-year-old Jacqueline Sanchez.
Wails the older sister after it suddenly dawns on her what has happened, ‘I f—king killed my sister, OK? I know I’m going to jail for life. I understand that. I don’t f—king care, though. I’m sorry, baby. I’m gonna hold it down.’
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The California Highway Patrol said Obdulia was under the influence when the car rolled over into a barbed-wire fence before coming to rest in a field. The accident happened circa 6.40pm.
Fresno Bee reported that the victim, Jacqueline Sanchez ‘wasn’t wearing a seatbelt when she was ejected through the back window of a white Buick Century as it crashed and rolled over off the south end of Henry Miller Road, east of Mercey Springs Road.’
In causing the accident, Obdulia Sanchez was accused of over correcting a turn.
Noted the Fresno Bee: ‘The driver over-corrected the turn, which caused the vehicle to swerve across both lanes, crashing through a wire fence and overturning into a field south of the road’.
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Noted Marie Hernandez, a friend of a friend of the teen who posted the instagram video on Facebook, ‘No one wanted to believe it, it was so crazy how desensitized and careless she seemed about someone as close to her as her sister,’
Adding, ‘Who in the right mind continues to record?’
‘I think this video can get a lot of people to think twice about using their phones while driving now’.
Hernandez says the video got up to 700,000 views before Facebook took it down.
Tragically, Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada, was supposed to celebrate her Quinceanera on Sunday.
A GoFundMe site was set up in the memory of the younger’s sister memory, noting: ‘It breaks our heart to find out she passed away two days ago, while doing the preparation for her Quincenera. Any amounts of money would be acceptable… I appreciate the time and love of all of your donations.’
Upon her arrest, Obdulia was being held in the county jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter while under the influence.
18-year-old woman live streamed the moment she crashed a car, killing her sister
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