Teen Who Live-Streamed Fatal DUI Crash Gets 6 Years in Prison

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A California teen who livestreamed a auto crash that killed her younger sister was sentenced to prison on Thursday.

Instagram video of the July 2017 showed Sanchez losing control of her 2003 Buick while driving drunk and crashing as her 14-year-old sister, Jacqueline Sanchez, and another 14-year-old girl sat in the back seat. Authorities say she overcorrected, causing the vehicle to swerve and overturn.

Obdulia told CBS affiliate KGPE from jail in August that the July incident wasn't the the first time she had livestreamed while driving.

Sanchez, of Stockton, Calif., had pleaded no contest to the charges last month, the paper reported.

- The Modesto Bee (@modbee) February 8, 2018Obdulia Sanchez sentenced: Moment of impact, 'I know I am going o jail for life'.

Merced County Deputy District Attorney Thomas Min revealed during proceedings that Sanchez tested positive for cocaine and marijuana in addition to alcohol, the Sun-Star reported. She streamed the gruesome video on Instagram which showed Sanchez screaming over the body of her sister, Jacqueline Sanchez. "I understand that I don't care", said Sanchez. If you don't survive, baby, I am so f------ sorry. "I can't even do my job right", she added, while expressing remorse over the death. I killed my sister. I was stupid, immature and irresponsible'.

'I think this video can get a lot of people to think twice about using their phones while driving now'.

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NSFW Video: Obdulia Sanchez livestreams fatal auto crash kills her sister, "I don't care".

Between time that Sanchez has already served, if she exhibits good behavior she could be released as early as September 2020.

Obdulia Sanchez sentenced: Police arrest photo and auto crash scene.Obdulia Sanchez sentenced: Burdened with childhood trauma and sexual assault and relapse.

"I feel like such an idiot", Sanchez said in court this week, according to the Merced Sun-Star. She was later abducted, and then trafficked a year before she was placed in a group home. Another friend, 15-year-old Manuela Ceja, sustained "major injuries", cops said.

Last year, Sanchez wrote KPGE-TV a four-page, double-sided letter in which she claimed she recorded the disturbing scene to attract attention from the public for financial help.

He split the difference and gave her over six years.

Obdulia Sanchez sentenced. A dazed Sanchez looks into the camera after realizing what she has just done....

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