Teen Live Streams Crash That Killed Sister

The 18-year-old then carried on recording, with images showing her sister Jacqueline, 14, lying dead.

The video then shows Obdulia Sanchez outside the auto, saying she knows she killed her sister. Shortly afterwards, the body of Obdulia's sister, Jacqueline, can be seen thrown across the floor and another girl in the auto waving for help as Obdulia continues to talk to the camera.

"Jacqueline, please wake up!"

"I f****** love my sister to death". I killed my sister.

"I don't f***ing care though". I executed my sister. She said she expected to spend the rest of her life in prison but doesn't care. "I'm sorry, baby. I'm gonna hold it down".

Merced County sheriff Vern Warnke said another girl, aged 14, who was in the back seat of the auto, survived with a leg injury.

A girl of 14 from Fresno, California, who was also in the vehicle, was badly injured. The video, which could be seen on Instagram hours after the accident, showed Sanchez singing and dancing before the accident.

"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.

A young woman is behind bars after live streaming a deadly auto crash that she caused.

The state's Department of Alcohol Beverage Control is also trying to track down where Obdulia might've bought alcohol, the news channel reported.

Sanchez was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter and remained in jail with bail set at 300,000 dollars. "I did not mean to kill you, sweetie", Sanchez says in the clip.

"I think she don't know what's happened", Nicandro Sanchez told KFSN-TV. Sanchez was refusing to talk to CHP investigators, the station reported. Jacqueline Sanchez died at the scene.

"It's an accident", Nicandro Sanchez said".

Family members have confirmed the video was shot by Obdulia. Jacqueline Sanchez was gearing up to celebrate her quinceañera - her 15th birthday - before her young life ended.

One of the people watching the live stream, Mary Hernandez, 25, was so disturbed by what she was watching that she recorded the video.

"At first we didn't even want to believe it was real", Hernandez said.