Obdulia Sanchez of Stockton, California, was filming an Instagram Live video while driving and continued recording as she crashed her vehicle and while her sister, who was in the auto at the time, was dying in front of her.
An 18-year-old California woman has been arrested and charged in the death of her 14-year-old sister in a drunk driving accident.
Sanchez had been driving north of Los Banos when she swerved off the road, over-corrected, veered back across the asphalt, hit a wire fence and rolled the auto into the field, the report said. "She feels bad ... she killed her own sister".
"What I think is she knows she's done something wrong. If you don't survive, I am so f--ing sorry".
Police say she overcorrected, causing the vehicle to swerve and overturn into a field, ejecting her sister.
Her father, Nicandro Sanchez, said the teen is still in a state of shock.
Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke said Jacqueline was not wearing a safety belt when the auto slammed and moved on Henry Miller Road at around 6.45pm on Friday.
Obdulia Sanchez was "under the influence when she rolled her auto over, into a barbed wire fence and then a field", police say, according to ABC30.More news: Israeli police fires rubber bullets to disperse Temple Mount protestors, 3 injured
Obdulia Sanchez is refusing to talk to CHP investigators about Friday's deadly crash. Her younger sister was reportedly killed in the accident. Jacqueline Sanchez died at the scene. She said she expected to spend the rest of her life in prison but doesn't care.
Obdulia is being held on vehicular manslaughter while under the influence and DUI charges in the Merced County Jail.
Relatives have affirmed the video was shot by Obdulia.
The video since has gone viral on the Internet after Stockton resident Mary Hernandez said she saw the video and reposted it.
They say the victim, Jacqueline, was supposed to celebrate her Quinceanera - 15th birthday - on Sunday.
'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'.
Sanchez's family created a GoFundMe Page for Jacqueline's funeral expenses.