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A woman convicted of drunk driving while the live crash that killed her sister is endless
A California woman convicted of drunk driving in the crash that injured her younger sister has been released on parole after serving 26 months in prison.
20-year-old Obdulia Sanchez was convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide, DUI and child endangerment. ,
In February 2018, Sanchez was sentenced to six years and four months in prison for the crash that killed his 14-year-old sister, Jacqueline.
Sanchez was released on September 21 after receiving credit for his good behavior.
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Obdulia Sanchez (pictured in court in 2017) was released on parole She was jailed for 26 months for drunken driving while the car crash killed her 14-year-old sister in 2017.
Jacqueline Sanchez (top) was killed when she was thrown out the window of her sister's car  before the crash ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
Video proof: Sanchez's live streams were captured by a woman who followed her and managed to snatch them before being removed from her timeline (before the crash from left, after right)
Sanchez climbed on the shoulder of a road in Los Banos, about 100 miles south of San Francisco.
Authorities say she rolled over, causing the vehicle to turn away. and flips, throws and kills Jacqueline.
"I'm sorry if I could take her place. My negligence killed my sister. I was stupid, immature and irresponsible, "Sanchez said in February during his sentencing.
Prosecutors said Sanchez was on Instagram live while driving and the video showed her taking her hands off the wheel.
The horrific stream of the crash was posted on social media by a young woman who knows Sanchez and manages to capture a copy of the video before it disappears.
Sanchez was also live before the crash, with the video showing her and her little sister in a 2003 Buick together with Jacqueline's friend Manuel Seya.
The three were
Sanchez, who had a blood-alcohol level of 0.1 percent, according to Mercer County Harold Nut and County Hospital records, lost control of the car outside Los Banos and sent him to crash through a fence, then Jacqueline flew out the back window.
Partners: Jacqueline's girlfriend, 14-year-old Manuel Seya, was also in the car but suffered only minor injuries (Seia and Jacqueline on  Jacqueline is in the picture with her friend Manuel Seya (left) who suffered a leg injury ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
Jacqueline was pictured with her girlfriend Manuel Seya (left) having a leg injury
Right then Sanchez decided to take her phone and she starts running live once again, catching her bloody sister while she is dead.
She was seen in a field near the crashed vehicle, staring at the camera and saying, "Everyone, if I go to … prison for life, you already know why."
Jacqueline was seen lifeless on the ground with clear signs of head trauma.
A seed who was also thrown out of the vehicle was seen in the video while waving her hands and trying to call for help in the distance.
"My sister … is dying. See … I love my sister to death, "Sanchez continued, adding," Jacqueline, please wake up. "
Then she started kissing her sister's face.
"I ** king love my sister to death. I don't give a f ** k. We are about to die. This is the last thing I wanted to happen to us, but it just happened, "said Sanchez, who also had blood covering her face.
" Jacqueline, please wake up. This is the last thing I wanted to happen … I killed my sister, but I'm not interested. I killed my sister. I know I'm going to jail, but I'm not interested. I'm sorry, honey. Have it hold. Rest in peace, dear. "
She then said to her dead sister, 'If you don't survive, I'm so king, I'm sorry.'
In August 2017, Sanchez claimed that she only recorded the video of her dying sister because she knew that her sister should have been buried and her family had no money
Sanchez is seen shortly after the handcuff accident as she enters the back of an ambulance
Later, Sanchez explains to police that although she was live, she stopped the video twice for to call 911 and get help.
During one of his calls, Sanchez told the operator, "Can you come and get my sister, she is a dead king. Man, I just crashed and was a DUI. Can you come and get us? "
In August 2017, Sanchez opened up about the fatal incident.
She claims to have filmed her sister Jacqueline's lifeless and blood-stained body while the young girl took her last breath because she knew her family would need the money for the girl's funeral.
This frightening statement was accidentally spelled "PS" at the end of an eight-page letter, Sanchez went behind bars at the John Latorraka Correctional Facility and sent to the local CBS affiliate KPGE.
"P.S: I made this video because I knew I had more than 5K followers. "It was the only way my sister got a funeral," Sanchez wrote.
"I would never expose my sister that way. I figured society would donate money because my family is not rich. "
Then she added, 'I'm sorry I made this video. I look awful, but I achieved my goal.'
Her claim that the live show was made for funeral expenses, however, seems to contradict what her lawyer did.
At the time, Ramnik Samraao said that Sanchez did not know what was happening or what he was doing in the aftermath of the crash, a statement he acknowledged in court, saying he looked like "
Samrao also said that he did not know that his client wrote or pl Nira to send the letter.
More than 12,000 dollars were collected for Jacqueline page Go Fund Me.