Investigators are looking into the graphic video that may have been filmed by Obdulia Sanchez prior to and during the fatal crash.
A teenage driver has been arrested after her sister was killed in a crash near Los Banos that was recorded live on Instagram.
"I f**king love my sister to death".
"I killed my sister", Sanchez said in the recording, according to KFSN. Screams and a crash are suddenly heard before Sanchez shouts out her little sister's name.
An 18-year-old woman has been arrested in California on suspicion of causing a deadly crash that she recorded live on Instagram. The vehicle crashed into a barbed-wire fence and flipped over in a field, according to ABC affiliate KFSN.
"She was in the back seat of the vehicle and allegedly unseatbelted, and upon the vehicle rolling over, it ejected her and killed her", Sheriff Vern Warnke said.
Footage before the crash allegedly shows Sanchez singing to music and the two girls in the back of the auto.
According to Buzzfeed, police have accused Sanchez of driving under the influence in Stockton, California, on Friday evening before she lost control of her auto at about 6:40 p.m.
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Then came tragedy, live-streamed in a horrifying Instagram video.
"Jacqueline, please wake up!".
At times it looks like both of her hands are off the wheel as the driver adjusts the phone to show different angles, including a girl in the backseat and the road she's driving down. "I'm sorry, baby. I'ma hold it down. rest in peace, sweetie".
"At first we didn't even want to believe it was real", Hernandez told ABC 30.
The other unnamed 14-year-old is in hospital with serious injuries, local ABC30 News reported.
'Wake up baby, I'm f***ing sorry baby, I did not mean to kill you sweetie'.
According to her family, Jacqueline was preparing for her Quinceanera, a Hispanic tradition which celebrates a girl's 15th birthday.
A Gofundme page set up to pay for funeral expenses for Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada.