A young woman unwittingly live-streamed her own death when the car she was a passenger in smashed into a barrier.
The footage shows Nikol Barabasova holding her phone up to begin a Facebook Live as her friend drives VW.
The pair were reportedly driving at more than 120kph (74.5mph) in Obrnice, Czech Republic and were allegedly trying to reach speeds of 170kph when it crashed into a barrier, killing Nikol.
Both girls appear to be in high spirits as they travel along, but the footage then shows the horrifying moment the car flips, hitting a barrier.
The live stream is left running as it goes quiet, with the camera focused on a seatbelt, nothing moves inside the vehicle.
A member of the emergency services reportedly ended the live-stream after arriving on the scene, according to the Mirror.
According to local reports, Nikol’s friend remains in intensive care unit suffering with a serious head injury.
This isn’t the first of its kind either, recently, UNILAD reported a similar case
Sofia Magerko, 16, and friend Daria Medvedeva, 24, were both killed when their vehicle spun out of control and crashed into a lamppost.
Sofia, who had won a beauty contest in her hometown of Izyum in eastern Ukraine died instantly following the collision.
Founder Mark Zuckerberg recently spoke out about the tragedies on his own Facebook page.
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