(CNN)– A California female is defending herself, after livestreaming a car crash that eliminated her more youthful sis.
Officials say Obdulia Sanchez was owning intoxicated and livestreaming prior to the crash near Fresno last month.
“I didn’t even understand I appeared like a monster. Like I look like a freaking awful beast. That was not my intention at all.”
Obdulia Sanchez is discussing this Instagram live video she taped while driving on July 21st.
Her sibling is in the back seat, in addition to a buddy they had just picked up from Fresno.
“We were perfectly freaking fine. We were completely freaking fine. Then next thing i know, we just started going left. We started going left, then i attempted to stop the car. Then we turn over.”
We are disappointing the graphic video after the crash.
Sanchez’s legal representative states she had a blowout on Highway 165 and Henry Miller Roadway.
Their automobile flipped. The California Highway Patrol states the 2 14-year-olds in the back seat were not using seat belts and Sanchez had actually been drinking.
“That’s then when I just started going crazy. And after that I search in the rear seats and there’s no one in the back seat, and that’s when I started freaking out.”
Sanchez’s sibling, Jacqueline and her pal, were thrown from the automobile. Jacqueline passed away.
“I knew she was dead. Because I took her pulse and she had no pulse.”
Sanchez continued to livestream after the crash livestreamed calling 911 for assistance, even showing her sis’s dead body.
The trio was heading to Stockton for Sanchez’s sis’s Catholic Confirmation event the next day.
Sanchez confessed this was not the first time she’s livestreamed while driving.
“We do it all the time. We do it all the time. Believe me, it’s like a reflex. Like I have not crashed, you understand? Everybody does it. Everybody does it. They take snapchats. Everyone does it. Why not? People take video of them in cars like all the time. And I’m only 18. We’re still young.”
Almost a month later, Sanchez has pled innocent to driving while intoxicated and gross automobile manslaughter.
She now sits behind bars considering exactly what her sister eliminated in the crash implied to her.
“she’s like my mini-me, like my best friend. She looked much like me. Anytime I look at her, it’s like I’m looking at myself. It makes me like it makes me truly unfortunate that she’s gone.”
Sanchez states since the crash she has actually received death threats.
“Just because I’m not sobbing a river now on the phone, does not indicate I’m not sorry.”
She has one remorse.
“If I would’ve known that would have occurred that day, I would’ve never left the house. Ever.”
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