Woman streams the car crash that killed her on Facebook Live
This is the chilling moment a young woman livestreamed her own death when a car she was traveling in crashed into a barrier.
The haunting footage of the horrific last minutes of 22-year-old Nikol Barabasova shows her giggling as she begins a Facebook Live stream.
The Volkswagen reportedly was being driven at more than 74.5 miles per hour in Obrnice, in the Czech Republic, when it struck a barrier.
But then in a split second, Barabasova lets out a yelp.
The clip shows the car shuddering while the driver appears to try to regain control.
Barabasova is then thrust forward and the car flips over.
The smartphone is dropped but the camera continues to film as it comes to rest below the seat belt.
The car is silent, with only the noise of the windshield wipers, which have been switched on in the crash.
Then another man can be heard, presumably another driver asking if the women are all right.
It reportedly took a member of emergency services to stop the livestream.
Local reports say Barabasova was killed in the accident.
Friends and family have flooded her Facebook page with tributes following the crash Friday.
One wrote: “I am deeply sorry for what happened to you….”
“I am terribly sorry for all your loved ones and everyone who loved you. Deepest condolences.”
Barabasova’s friend remains in a hospital intensive care unit with a serious head injury.
Police are investigating.