An 18-year-old female named Obdulia Sanchez was driving and live-streaming her travel for her Instagram followers to see. Sanchez was allegedly intoxicated and after the fatal crash, she continued to stream and even showed her followers her Sister’s bloodied face. The incident took place on Friday in Los Banos, California.

Sanchez was with her 14-year-old sister Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada. A friend of Sanchez’s sister, also 14, was with them during the ride. The two girls in the backseat were not wearing their sea belts when Sanchez lost control of the car and crashed.

How the car crashed

BuzzFeed reports Sanchez initially sang along to the music and moved her phone many times to show the two girls at the back. She then drifted off the road and eventually crashed through a fence. The two teens Sanchez was with were ejected from the car due to the impact of the crash.

Driver continued to live stream after crash

Sanchez did not stop live streaming the events even after the crash. When the car came to a stop, Sanchez grabbed her phone and showed her followers her sister’s lifeless and bloodied body. Sanchez said she loves her sister to death and it was the last thing she wanted to happen to them. She begged her sister to wake up and said that she knows she is going to prison for this.

She also said told her viewers that if she goes to jail for life, this is the reason why.

The other teenager with them, who remains unidentified, suffered minor injuries to her leg.

Sanchez was charged on suspicion of gross vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving. She continues to be in jail and her bond was set at $300,000.

She is reportedly not cooperative with investigators.

Instagram is also criticized for not taking the video down. It was up for 19 hours before they removed the graphic content on the social media platform.

Dead sister was set to celebrate Quinceanera

Estrada was supposed to celebrate her Quinceanera. Sanchez, Estrada, and the other girl was about to go home from a day of shopping for her 15th birthday.

She was set to celebrate on Sunday. The Washington Post reported that the father of the teenagers said he knows that his older daughter is aware she did something bad and she feels bad for herself. He added, “She killed her own sister.”

A GoFundMe page was set up for the family of the Teen to help with the funeral expenses. It has reached more than $6,000 in donations, which is close to the $10,000 goal.