Obdulia Sanchez Wiki – Bio
Obdulia Sanchez is a native of She got international media after the incident of a car crash a video of her involvement in a fatal car accident while live streaming on Live went viral in July 2017..
California woman who served time in prison after she killed her sister in a drunken-driving crash that she livestreamed has been arrested again after a short vehicle pursuit, police say. https://t.co/cTCiAIUsky
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 19, 2019
Hispanic / Latino
19 (18 during the famous crash)
Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada
April 5, 1999
Obdulia Sanchez Age
Obdulia Sanchez is 20 Years old teen (born April 5, 1999)
Obdulia Sanchez Sister
Obdulia Sanchez Sister Who died in a car crash
Who is Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada
Jacqueline Sanchez Estrada Instagram Live Death
18-year-old Obdulia Sanchez live-streamed a video as she was driving drunk during a crash that killed her younger sister. https://t.co/sulnxGch3z
— KVIA ABC-7 News (@abc7breaking) October 19, 2019
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Obdulia Sanchez is A California woman who served time in prison after she killed her sister in a drunken-driving crash that she live-streamed has been arrested again just weeks after her release.
Obdulia Sánchez, 20, was arrested early Thursday in Stockton, California, after a short vehicle pursuit, police said. She faces traffic and weapons charges, police said.
She refused to stop when officers attempted to pull her over about 1:30 a.m. on a vehicle code violation, Stockton police said in a statement.
Another person in the car, described by police only as a male passenger, ran from the vehicle after it drove off the road near an Interstate 5 ramp and escaped, police said.
Police said a loaded gun was found in the car.
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