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The woman who livestreamed a fatal car crash, which she caused, is back in court over another wreck. In 2017, Obdulia Sanchez was driving her 14-year-old sister and a friend near Fresno, California. She was livestreaming on social media while driving and continued filming after she crashed, even showing her sister's lifeless body. Sanchez was convicted of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and was sentenced to six years in prison. She served just over two years and was recently released.
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