Girl Livestreams Death of Her 14 Year Old Sister. “I Killed my Sister, but I Don’t Care” [VIDEO]

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Another strange case of live-streamed catastrophe has gone viral. This one involves an 18 year old who stands accused of crashing her car. The accident killed the woman’s 14-year-old sister. The wreck was live-streamed to the woman’s Instagram account. And the woman responsible for the wreck is showing no remorse.

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Obdulia Sanchez, from Stockton, was under the influence when she wrecked in Los Banos, California on Friday.  Her younger sister, Jacqueline Sanchez, was killed in the crash.

Obdulia Sanchez has been arrested for vehicular homicide and driving under the influence.

The live stream shows the moments before the wreck, the car rolling, and then shows the aftermath as Sanchez talks to the camera while waving for help.

“I killed my sister, but I don’t care. 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,” she says to the camera.

Then she kneels next to her sister and says “Wake up baby, I’m f**king sorry baby, I did not mean to kill you sweetie.”

As The Daily Mail reports, people who saw the video weren’t sure it was real. Mary Hernandez, of Stockton, recorded it. “At first we didn’t even want to believe it was real,” she said. “I recorded it and posted it mainly because as someone who uses Snapchat I see a lot of people driving with their Snapchats doing what she was doing so to me it was like an eye opener.”

Jacqueline would have been 15 on Sunday. There was one other child in the car, and she was badly injured in the crash. The police say that the kids were not wearing seat-belts and were ejected through the rear windshield of the car. Obdulia was also reportedly “combative” during her arrest.

“Following the crash, the driver was detained by law enforcement and led into an ambulance after being agitated and combative, screaming that her sister was dead as officers tried to calm her down,” The Fresno Bee reported.