Teen held over deadly vehicle crash that was streamed live on Instagram


An 18-year-old who was arrested Friday livestreamed the crash that killed one of her 14-year-old passengers and seriously injured the other.

A chilling Instagram live stream that Sanchez filmed, according to family members, showed the crash and its harrowing aftermath, KFSN reported.

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. I f-- killed my sister, OK? I killed my sister, but I don't care.

Video allegedly recorded by the 18-year-old shows her singing to the radio while driving, with the footage going blurry when the vehicle crashes.

The woman identified as Ms Sanchez is seen singing before the crash and then turns the camera on her sister to record her severe injuries.

Neither of the 14-year-old girls was wearing a seat belt and both were ejected from the vehicle.

Footage before the crash allegedly shows Sanchez singing to music and the two girls in the back of the vehicle.

Sanchez is also not charged with using her phone while driving.

Sanchez, who has more than 7,400 followers on Facebook and Instagram, is now incarcerated in the Merced County Jail and is facing charges of driving under the influence and gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. I don't fucking care though, I'm a hold it down. This is the last thing I wanted to happen to us, but it just did'. "Jacqueline, please wake up". "I love you, RIP sweetie", she says.

In the back seat are the two younger girls, the driver's sister and a 14-year-old from Fresno.

CHP investigators are aware of video evidence on social media related to the crash and are investigating the validity of the recording, Officer Wyatt Foster said.

Meanwhile, the family of her sister have set up a GoFundMe page to pay for her funeral expenses.

"We were going to go to her house the next day to celebrate her quinceañera, and unfortunately that happened", Ramos Estrada said.