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14-year-old survivor of livestreamed crash mourns victim

14-year-old survivor of livestreamed crash mourns victim

Obdulia Sanchez's blood alcohol concentration was 0.1 percent when she apparently was live streaming and crashed the vehicle she was driving, resulting in her younger sister's death, prosecutors said Wednesday.

UPDATE 7/26/17, 11PM PST: The Los Angeles Times reports that Sanchez was charged Wednesday with multiple felonies, including gross vehicular manslaughter, two counts of driving under the influence, resulting in injury, and two counts of driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent, causing injury.

Obdulia Sanchez, 18, appeared via remote camera in Merced County Superior Court, dressed in yellow inmate garb.

Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke identified the dead girl Monday as 14-year-old Jacqueline Sanchez of Stockton.

"The main thing that I want people to know is that - most people have seen this video and they just have this reaction on the kind of person she is based on this little clip into her life when they don't know anything about her", Samrao said.

"People need to know these things can happen", Hernandez said, adding that she had gotten a range of responses from anger to gratitude. May Hernandez, who knows Sanchez through friends, tells Buzzfeed she heard about the video, and recorded it before it disappeared after 24 hours. "I'm sorry baby. I'm a hold it down". "I'm just happy she made this", 14-year-old Manuela Seja said.

Nicandro Sanchez tells the television station Obdulia Sanchez graduated from high school last year and that in the past two years she was in the custody of Child Protective Services.

"She was courageous and she was smart", Manuela said of Jacqueline. Look, I f-- love my sister to death. Reckless driving, underage drinking, social media - it involves all of the most unsafe things about being a teenager today.

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"Honestly, I'm not mad at anybody and I don't blame anybody", Seja, who suffered a leg injury, said during an interview with the station.

Chief Deputy District Attorney Harold Nutt called Obdulia Sanchez's behavior before, during and after the crash "disturbing and shocking".

"Hey, everybody, if I go to fucking jail for life, you already know why", she said.

. Because she knows, and that's what I feel.

The video was streamed live on Instagram, and has since been taken down.

Reports filed Wednesday by California Highway Patrol investigators describe Sanchez as "belligerent" and said she repeatedly spit at officers, used racial slurs and kicked one emergency responder from Riggs Ambulance in the face. Instead of celebrating Jacquelin's confirmation Saturday at their church, the Sanchez family is planning a funeral.

Authorities say Obdulia Sanchez, 18, was driving the auto Friday when it veered onto the shoulder of a road about 75 miles (120.7 kilometers) northwest of Fresno.

Instagram issued a statement about the fatal California vehicle crash after the video shot both before and after the fatal accident went viral. "She was just amusing".