The parents of two Stockton, California girls reacted with confusion and sorrow Monday, three days after their 14-year-old daughter was killed in a crash in which investigators said her older sister was driving while under the influence and apparently live-streaming on social media.
Nicandro said he watched the horrifying footage that was live-streamed on Obdulia's private Instagram account. Shortly afterwards, the body of Obdulia's sister, Jacqueline, can be seen thrown across the floor and another girl in the vehicle waving for help as Obdulia continues to talk to the camera.
"I killed my sister, but I don't care".
Another young lady, who police have not named but rather affirmed she was a minor, was likewise not wearing a safety belt and endured real leg wounds in the crash.
Hernandez went on to say, "No one wanted to believe it, it was so insane how desensitized and careless she seemed about someone as close to her as her sister". I'm sorry, baby. I'ma hold it down....rest in peace, sweetie. I don't f**king care at all.
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. Investigators say they asked her what happened and read her her Miranda Rights.
Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke told KFSN-TV Jacqueline allegedly wasn't wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the auto as it rolled.
"She was in the back seat of the vehicle and allegedly unseatbelted, and upon the vehicle rolling over, it ejected her and killed her", Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke said, according to ABC30 News.
Jacqueline, who was bleeding from her head due to the accident, was declared dead shortly after the mishap happened.
Sanchez is being held on a DUI charge and a charge of gross vehicular manslaughter.
"If I go to f****** jail for life, you already know why", Sanchez says in the chilling video.
'At first we would not like to trust it was genuine, ' she said.
Relatives have set up a GoFundMe page to pay for the funeral of Jacqueline Sanchez.
'I recorded it and posted it chiefly on the grounds that as somebody who utilizes Snapchat I see many people driving with their Snapchats doing what she was doing, so to me it resembled an eye opener'.