Obdulia Sanchez was driving her 14-year-old sister Jacqueline Sanchez and another 14-year-old girl about 120 miles southeast of San Francisco on Friday when her vehicle traveled off the road, the Associated Press reports. The California Highway Patrol told Fox affiliate KTXL that Sanchez overcorrected when her car veered, swerving into the opposite lanes, crashing through a barbed wire fence and overturning in a field.
Jacqueline and the other girl, who were sitting in the back seat, were not wearing seat belts and were ejected from the car, according to KTXL. Jacquline died while the other teenager was injured in her leg. Sanchez documented the crash on Instagram Live.
“I think she doesn’t know what happened,” he told KFSN. “What I think is she knows she’s done something wrong. Because she knows, and that’s what I feel. She feels bad for herself, but she killed her own sister.”
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