A woman will serve jail time after pleading guilty to driving while high on marijuana and causing a crash that killed a passenger who was filming a Snapchat video in Ventura County, prosecutors announced.

Lindsey Shaver, 21, from Camarillo, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and probation on Thursday after pleading guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.

The crash happened on March 18, 2021, when Shaver and another passenger, Laney Zambri, were driving on Pacific Coast Highway. 

Zambri was filming a Snapchat video while standing through the car’s sunroof when Shaver lost control and the vehicle flipped over, authorities said.

Zambri was ejected and suffered critical injuries. She was transported to a local hospital where she died days later, authorities said.

“Shaver’s decision to use marijuana and drive while impaired tragically took the life of her best friend,”  said Ventura County Deputy District Attorney George Brietigam. “We hope that high school students will learn about the real-life consequences of driving under the influence and will choose not to do so after hearing about the tragic circumstances of this case.”

As part of Shaver’s probation terms, she will be required to speak at local high schools about the dangers of impaired and distracted driving, authorities said.