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A tragic car accident last Friday resulted in the death of a 14-year-old girl. According to 30 Action News, the accident happened because her sister was driving under the influence of alcohol.

Obdulia Sanchez, 18, was driving when she rolled her car over into a barbed wire fence and then into a field. Obdulia, who was under the influence of alcohol, recorded the whole incident on Instagram live. There were two minors in the back seat when the crash happened, and one of them, Jacqueline Sanchez died from the crash. She was Obdulia’s sibling. “I killed my sister, but I don’t care,” Obdulia said in the live video. “I killed my sister. I know I’m going to prison, but I don’t care. I’m sorry, baby. I’m a hold it down.”

Sheriff Vern Warnke later confirmed the death of Jacqueline saying, “She was in the back seat of the vehicle and allegedly unseat-belted, and upon the vehicle rolling over, it ejected her and killed her.” Family members say, Jacqueline was set to celebrate her Quinceanera Sunday, before the tragedy hit.

Another 14-year-old girl was in the car when the accident happened and she was badly injured.

Obdulia is being held in Merced County Jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter while under the influence and DUI. A GoFundMe page has been started by family members to pay for the costs of Jacqueline’s funeral.

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8 thoughts on “Eighteen-Year-Old Kills Her Sister During A Car Crash She Broadcasted On Instagram Live

  1. Guest on said:

    White woman – Angelika Graswald, charged with murdering her fiancé Vincent Viafore in 2015 by sabotaging his kayak before his fatal trip on the Hudson River, pleaded guilty Monday to criminally negligent homicide. Prosecutors have said Graswald would have collected $250,000 in life insurance benefits from his death. Graswald removed a nickle-sized drain plug on the top of the kayak to allow it to fill with water and become unstable.

    Guaranteed there is a single white trailer trash of a mother behind the callous carelessness and greed of this woman.

  2. ResponsibilityInControl on said:

    @ Kates1221, I do not agree with all of your comments but……….WELL SAID!!!!!!!!!!

    Those are the core issues that will need to be changed within the African American community and the world for that matter!

  3. The actions of this cretin and the devils who watched a man drown to death, all the while taunting him and not only refusing to help him but also refusing to call for help, and then sitting back and watching as the community searches for him, do not surprise me in the least. I’m appalled, but not surprised. The elevation and adoration of drug dealers, gangsters and thugs turned rich rappers. Violent video games. The sick acceptance of the denigration of girls and women in music videos. The public physical, mental and verbal abuse of youngsters at the hands of attention hungry parents looking to gain notoriety through accumulating “hits” on the web. The celebration of deviant, ignorant behavior of reality show “stars”. All of this and more has contributed to the desensitization of our young people. And we have no one to blame but ourselves. All I have to say is that we’d better die healthy because these are the future caregivers of our country’s elderly population. Be afraid.

    • specialt757 on said:

      I agree kates. This 18 y.o. young girl will be charged with vehicular manslaughter as well she should, and when she sobers up, she will realize what a huge mistake she made by being solely responsible for her sibling’s death. Her nightmares shall haunt her the rest of her days.
      As for the scum who watched this man fight for his life and did nothing to help or call 911, it’s so unfortunate that they won’t be charged with any crime, I just wonder how their parent’s feet about their actions. I couldn’t even ever imagine watching an innocent person dying and I could help but chose not too, it would weigh too heavy on my mind and heart. But their day will come, no worries, karma is a beast.

    • Btw. I would be totally remiss if I didn’t also make mention of the hate, racism and downright ignorance we show towards each other, on a daily basis, in full view and hearing range of children of all ages. From toddlers to teens. We may think it’s cool to project that hard, hood exterior and spew profane, ignorant and nasty words and threats to anyone who disagrees with your way of thinking, but I guarantee you won’t think it’s so cool when you’re being spoken to and treated like the lowest form of life by someone who’s supposed to be taking care of your needs because you can no longer manage on your own. This is what we have to look forward to. These are the seeds we’ve sown.

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