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'I think she doesn't know what happened': Devastated parents of girl, 18, who live-streamed car crash which left her 14-year-old sister dead say it has ruined their lives and the older daughter needs help
- Parents of teenagers who were involved in a fatal car crash spoke out Monday
- Obdulia Sanchez, 18, was arrested in a car crash in Los Banos, CA., on Friday
- Her younger sister Jacqueline, 14, was violently thrown from the car and died
- Obdulia is accused of live streaming the moment she crashed and filmed her sister's bloodied body by the road
- During the live Instagram stream Obdulia said: 'I killed my sister, but I don't care'
- Now parents Nicandro and Gloria Sanchez have said their lives are ruined
- They claim Obdulia needs help and doesn't really understand what she did
- Obdulia is being held in jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter while under the influence and DUI
The parents of an 18-year-old woman who was arrested over a car crash that killed her 14-year-old sister have spoken out and said the accident has ruined their lives.
Obdulia Sanchez is accused of live streaming the fatal moment she crashed her car, which threw her younger sister Jacqueline out of the back window on Friday.
The teen from Stockton, California, is also accused of driving under the influence during the deadly incident where she filmed her dead sister's bloodied body.
Now, the girls' parents have spoken out about the harrowing accident, saying it has ruined their lives and that Obdulia needs help.
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Nicandro and Gloria Sanchez said their lives are ruined after their daughter Obdulia, 18, was arrested over a car crash that killed her sister Jacqueline, 14, in Los Banos, California, on Friday
Obdulia (left) is now detained in the Merced County Jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter while under the influence and DUI. Police claim she was intoxicated when she crashed and live streamed Jacqueline's (right) death
Parents Nicandro and Gloria Sanchez are left confused after Friday's accident in Los Banos, California, that left Obdulia in jail and Jacqueline dead.
Nicandro said to ABC 7: 'It's an accident. It happened that way. Who knows why?
He said the incident ruined their lives and Obdulia needs help before adding to the news station: 'I think she doesn't know what happened.
'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.'
Nicandro revealed that Obdulia had graduated high school last year and that in the past two years she was in the custody of Child Protective Services.
Authorities are continuing to investigate the graphic video that they believe shows the deadly events unfolding.
They are unsure if Obdulia did anything to save her younger sister and an officer said it still is undetermined if she even called 911.
'I killed my sister.' Obdulia speaks directly to the camera before the crash, with a passenger visible in the background, left, and, right, keeps filming after the crash
The live Instagram footage shows Obdulia talking to the camera as she drives normally and the moment the car rolled over a barbed wire fence and onto a field.
Gory visuals from the scene then show Jacqueline's body strewn on the floor, the other girl in the car waving for help and Obdulia talking to the camera.
During the live recording Obdulia said: 'Jacqueline, please wake up. I f****** killed my sister, OK? I know I'm going to jail for life. I love my sister… this is the last thing I thought was going to happen to us.'
'I killed my sister, but I don't care. I killed my sister. I know I'm going to prison, but I don't care. I'm sorry baby. I'm a hold it down.'
The disturbing clip ends with her kneeling next to her dead sister and saying: 'Wake up baby, I'm f**king sorry baby, I did not mean to kill you sweetie.'
Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke said Jacqueline was not wearing a seatbelt when the car crashed and rolled on Henry Miller Road at about 6.45pm on Friday.
The 14-year-old was thrown through the back window of the car, authorities said.
Authorities say 14-year-old Jacqueline Sanchez, pictured above, died at the scene
The car rolled over a barbed wire fence and onto a field in Los Banos, about 120 miles southeast of San Francisco, on Friday
Authorities say Obdulia was detained at the scene after allegedly becoming combative with officers after the crash. She was screaming that her sister was dead as officers tried to calm her down and lead her into an ambulance (above)
Another girl, who police have named as Manuela Seja, 14, was also not wearing a seatbelt and suffered major leg injuries in the crash.
The California Highway Patrol said Obdulia was driving the car when it veered onto the right shoulder of a road about 120 miles southeast of San Francisco.
She over-corrected, causing the vehicle to swerve across lanes, crash through a wire fence and overturn into a field.
Obdulia was wearing a seatbelt and suffered minor injuries.
She is now in the Merced County Jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter while under the influence and DUI.
Authorities say she was detained at the scene after allegedly becoming combative with officers after the crash. She was screaming that her sister was dead as officers tried to calm her down and lead her into an ambulance, the Fresno Bee reports.
Obdulia complained of pains in her chest and knee after the crash.
Police told ABC 30: 'Sanchez was under the influence when she rolled her car over, into a barbed wire fence and then a field.'
Obdulia has more than 7,400 followers on Facebook and Instagram. It is not clear if her Instagram profile photo (right) shows her injuries from the recent deadly crash
Authorities said they were made aware of the shocking crash scene video circulating on social media and were working to determine if it was authentic.
Family members have confirmed the video was shot by Obdulia.
They say the victim, Jacqueline, was supposed to celebrate her Quinceanera (15th birthday) on Sunday.
Mary Hernandez, of Stockton, who viewed the live stream, decided to record it while unsure if the shocking footage was real.
'At first we didn't even want to believe it was real,' she said.
'I recorded it and posted it mainly because as someone who uses Snapchat I see a lot of people driving with their Snapchats doing what she was doing, so to me it was like an eye opener.'
The footage received at least 700,000 views.
Family members have started a GoFundMe Page for Jacqueline's funeral expenses. It has since raised $5,000 of its $10,000 goal.
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