A 37-year-old woman in Hawaii has been charged with murder in the death of her twin sister, who died after the pair’s vehicle plunged off a Maui cliff last week. Prosecutors say Alexandria Duval, who was driving the vehicle, intentionally caused the crash after the two got into an argument. Witnesses said they saw the two sisters arguing shortly before the crash, and they saw the car “accelerate forward” before taking a turn over the cliff. Anastasia Duval died at the scene after the car fell 200 feet and smashed into the shoreline. Alexandria Duval was arrested Friday and is being held without bail.